By James Green
Title: Self-portrait of somebody else
Archival pigment on museum grade paper
Size: 42 x 60cm
Print online without frame
Prints are duplicates from the original painting and are printed to a very high quality.
Frame is not included in the photographs, please contact the gallery for more visual imagery.
James Green (British, b. 1989) paints indulgent, abstract images that critique (rather than celebrate) a system that favors the fortunate and neglects the less-so. Rooted in a balance somewhere between fine art tradition and contemporary practice, his paintings often include obscured faces, within compositions somewhat resemblant of a visual fist fight between Francis Bacon and Jean Michel Basquiat.
The works reject hierarchy and revel in their physicality, showcasing a thick impasto and bold colour to challenge the notion of beauty in art. The artist ‘trained’ at Cardiff School of Art, although insists he is entirely self-taught. James has gained international attention via inclusion in important group exhibitions from London to Sydney. His current body of work ‘Self-portrait of somebody else’ is gaining impressive recognition.
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