MOCA- DTLA
MOCA- DTLA
Fine`
Fine`
Still Life- By Allen Ruppersberg-1982 For Still Life, Ruppersberg reproduced a newspaper article recounting the tale of a young man hired by a friend to kill his mother for a classic Coupe by copying it onto canvas, adding his own commentary!
Still Life- By Allen Ruppersberg-1982
For Still Life, Ruppersberg reproduced a newspaper article recounting the tale of a young man hired by a friend to kill his mother for a classic Coupe by copying it onto canvas, adding his own commentary!
Jim Shaw Untitled Face Drawing #26, 1984 This unique piece in my opinion has an enigmatic feel that translates way beyond ones interpretation. This body of work was sketched with pencil and really shows intricate details which includes characters such Hitler, Walt Disney, Maleficent, & John F. Kennedy.
Jim Shaw
Untitled Face Drawing #26, 1984
This unique piece in my opinion has an enigmatic feel that translates way beyond ones interpretation. This body of work was sketched with pencil and really shows intricate details which includes characters such Hitler, Walt Disney, Maleficent, & John F. Kennedy.
The Milan-based artist- Francesco Vezzoli's mastery in deconstructing the vocabulary of film-making and in analyzing how the celebrity-driven culture influences art and the public imagination. (2006-2007)
The Milan-based artist- Francesco Vezzoli’s mastery in deconstructing the vocabulary of film-making and in analyzing how the celebrity-driven culture influences art and the public imagination. (2006-2007)
Admiring The Arts!
Admiring The Arts!
Paranoiac-Christopher Wool Untitled 1990
Paranoiac-Christopher Wool
Untitled
1990
Jean-Michel Basquiat Six Crimee 1982 This very talented New York Street Artist was known for Graffiti, painting, poetry, and music. By the age of 11, Basquiat could fluently speak, read and write French, Spanish and English. He then ran away from home and later created a name from himself by painting in a group called SAMO. Basquiat's principle revolves around single heroic figures: athletes, prophets, warriors, cops, musicians, kings and the artist himself. "Believe it or not, I can actually draw."
Jean-Michel Basquiat
Six Crimee
1982
This very talented New York Street Artist was known for Graffiti, painting, poetry, and music. By the age of 11, Basquiat could fluently speak, read and write French, Spanish and English. He then ran away from home and later created a name from himself by painting in a group called SAMO. Basquiat’s principle revolves around single heroic figures: athletes, prophets, warriors, cops, musicians, kings and the artist himself. “Believe it or not, I can actually draw.”
Alberto Giacometti Tall Figure II and Tall Figure III both 1960
Alberto Giacometti
Tall Figure II and Tall Figure III
both 1960
Suit- Club Monaco Shirt- Spread Collar- J-Crew Tie- Paul Smith Tie Bar- The Tie Bar Pocket Square- Polka Dot By J-Crew Shoes- Double Monk Strap- Hugo Boss Glasses- Rayban Wayfarer Nancy Rubin's Chas' Stainless Steel, Mark Thompson's Airplane Parts, About 1000 Pounds of Stainless Steel Wire. (2001)
Suit- Club Monaco
Shirt- Spread Collar- J-Crew
Tie- Paul Smith
Tie Bar- The Tie Bar
Pocket Square- Polka Dot By J-Crew
Shoes- Double Monk Strap- Hugo Boss
Glasses- Rayban Wayfarer
Nancy Rubin’s Chas’ Stainless Steel, Mark Thompson’s Airplane Parts, About 1000 Pounds of Stainless Steel Wire. (2001)

 

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