Chad Wys – New Painting & Sculpture Work

Illinois born artist Chad Wys has recently come out with a number of amazing new paintings and sculptures. The multidisciplinary artist added his modern flare to a number of classical inspired pieces.

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Jeff Klarin – Future Fossils

Jeff Klarin is a fine artist who also founded the art collective, Bughouse and creates incredible sculptural work. In a recent series entitled “Future Fossils”, the artist created every sculpture as a hand-cast and aged piece. Each piece is meant to represent the temporal nature of all things. Objects and tools that we may have used or were historically important in their time.

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Chen Dao Lee – Taiwanese Realist Painter

Chen Dao LEE was born in 1982 in Taiwan. He obtained his MFA from the Department of Fine Arts (Masters degree) ,National Taiwan Normal University. Between the years of 2004 – 2009, he spent time developing his craft in LA, London, Paris, Beijing, Singapore, New York and San Francisco. Chen Tao has employed a strange way to rebel against new media’s intervention in the traditional art of painting, he allows his art to become extremely “Classic”.

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Hell’o Monsters – Modern Ghosts

Hell’O Monsters collective emerged in the late 1990s as a result of the meeting between Jerôme Meynen, François Dieltiens and Antoine Detaille. They quickly left behind wall art, graffiti letters and spray paint in favour of paper, characters, ink drawings and paint, moving on to sculpture, installations and wall drawing. They developed a unique graphic vocabulary that is complex and ambiguous, which they continue to expand in the course of their creative output, customising many recurrent elements, which they combine each time with new characters, or incorporate into unusual settings.

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Robert Mapplethorpe – Portraits

Robert Mapplethorpe‘s portrait series showcases some of the biggest names in recent art history. From top to bottom, Keith Haring, 1984; Louise Bourgeois, 1982; Willem de Kooning, 1986;Andy Warhol, 1983; Roy Lichtenstein, 1985; Robert Rauschenberg, 1983; Brice Marden, 1986.

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