Medium: Hand signed, limited edition serigraphs (set of 2) on paper
Size: Each print 62.0cm x 62.0cm
Good To Know: Unframed, professionally packed, stored flat, condition report available upon request
Arty-Fact: “Iconic Irrigation” was the title of K-Guy’s first solo exhibition held in 2011 with London West Bank Gallery. Branching out into Pop Surrealism, the artist portrayed a two-sided play on a number of popular icons – politicians, religious leaders, celebrities and corporate brands. “Campbell’s Condensed” is a great example of this concept, staying true to K-Guy’s brand of wry humour.
In the words of the artist, “My first solo show will celebrate the facile nature of brands and celebrity culture in a tabloid world of unquenchable thirst for consumerism to its perfunctory rejection and abandonment. Such is the nature of our illusory culture.”
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