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Futura 2000, the artist who would revolutionize the concept of street art, the one who, together with his friends Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat, would mark the transition from the street art of the 1970s to the art gallery art of the early 1980s.
The work ‘When the Smoke Clears’ is a colourful 65 x 45 cm silkscreen print, depicting a perspective shot of a woman sitting on the bank of a stream, in what looks like a typically Dutch tree-lined avenue.
Thanks to her strong character,the impeccable pastel outfits and passion for Corgies, the Queen has always aroused great interest and fascination with the art world: artists have represented her according to their own language.
Ashworth’s graphic style is Swiss Grind, a typeface born and bred in the ranks of the British raver, punk and hardcore rock subculture.
The subjects photographed by Rendell Medrano feel free to choose the story they want to tell; they appear real wherever they are and in whatever they are wearing. Even when constructed, sets express a deep, lived intimacy.
What makes the Tokyo-based artist truly unique is the myriad everyday objects he has produced: from pancake pans shaped like daisies, to Frisk candies reminiscent of LSD tablets, to the last drop of the iconic UNO Cards.
Their art challenges our current notions of identity, paving the way for a more conscious future, revealing a multifaceted reality that we have always seen from a one-sided point of view.