Peter Adamyan – Relief Paintings

Born Thanksgiving eve 1987, Peter Adamyan grew up in Southern California, and blames his ignorance on the education he received from the Los Angeles Unified School District. Television was his father, his mother a constantly running generator, working harder and harder to keep the television set on. His favorite toy growing up was paper and pencil, which he used to draw his favorite cartoon characters and super heroes. Nothing has changed but the cartoon characters and super heroes he chooses to draw. Now Oakland, CA Peter is an artist who uniquely combines religious, political, and popular culture references that he confronts heartily with sardonic humor and surprising twists.

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Jonathan Paul – Desire Obtain Cherish

Since Jonathon Paul‘s emergence as a street artist under the name of Desire Obtain Cherish in the early 2000s, (DOC) has become known as pop sculptor working across a wide variety of different media and a combination of styles including street, pop, conceptual and appropriation art. His controversial art work explores contemporary desires and obsessions with sex, gender, drugs, commerce, media and fame. Transporting controversial, satirical messages, Paul’s vibrantly colorful, entertaining and impeccably produced art exposes society’s inability to control itself and examines the commercial promise of fulfillment and happiness that ends in dependency.

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Plastic Jesus – Controversial Street Interventions

Plastic Jesus is a Los Angeles based street artist that specialises in bold stencil and installation work, inspired by world news events, society, the urban environment, culture and politics. His work combines humour, irony, criticism and unique opinion to create art that engages on many levels.

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Barbara Kruger – Typographic Installation

If you haven’t heard of Barbara Kruger then you probably don’t even look at this site because you don’t care about art. Kruger’s been at the forefront of conceptual art for decades. This new black and white typography installation definitely creates discussion as almost all of her work does.

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