TOXIC ARTS

货币

BLOK,组合 1 - 售罄


艺术家:布洛克

尺寸: 50 x 70cm

年份: 2022

材料: Somerset Satin 300gsm 纸上的 6 层/彩色丝网印刷。

版本: 45

注:用铅笔签名和编号(正面)。

交付:所有交付的帆布/框架物品将单独开具运费发票。

简介: BLOK 是一位英国街头艺术家,以其极具辨识度的标志性多彩风格而闻名。

BLOK 最享受的莫过于“在大街上摆出角色来照亮日子,惹恼人们”。尽管自 2013 年以来一直是一名街头艺术家,但他只是最近才开始从事画布和丝网印刷方面的工作。即便如此,他的作品已经进入了世界各地许多有影响力的大型收藏家的收藏。对他的作品的需求如此之大,以至于他的第一张印刷品仅在 20 秒内就销售一空。

我们非常重视 BLOK 对工作细节的关注,并很高兴看到他从这里走向何方!如需更多信息,请给我们留言。


About the artist

Born in Leicester 1985, lives in London. Chris Cawkwell's work explores consumer culture within a capitalist framework; utilising contemporary technologies, performative and interactive elements to critique the social systems and processes which operate around us and highlight the rate at which products are consumed and commodified.

Cawkwell graduated with a masters in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art in 2012. He has exhibited nationally and internationally; in Mumbai, India, as part of the cross-collaborative venture Project India (Asia Arts Projects & the 1%-ers art collective, 2011) and in Tokyo, Japan, part of Tokyo Wonder Site's creator in residence program (2012).

He has completed residency programs at Space 118, Mumbai, (2011), Tokyo Wonder Site, Aoyama, (2012) and at the Bohunk Institute, Nottingham, in preparation for solo show Sensorama (2013). His work forms part of the permanent collection at Space 118.

– he is a founding member and director of artist-led space (and collective) ArtLacuna, based in Clapham Junction, South London.

Notable:

  • MA Fine Art Wimbledon, University Arts London
  • Director of Artlacuna
  • Lam Gallery, Los Angeles

Chris Cawkwell

Born in Leicester 1985, lives in London. Chris Cawkwell's work explores consumer culture within a capitalist framework; utilising contemporary technologies, performative and interactive elements to critique the social systems and processes which operate around us and highlight the rate at which products are consumed and commodified.

Cawkwell graduated with a masters in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art in 2012. He has exhibited nationally and internationally; in Mumbai, India, as part of the cross-collaborative venture Project India (Asia Arts Projects & the 1%-ers art collective, 2011) and in Tokyo, Japan, part of Tokyo Wonder Site's creator in residence program (2012).

He has completed residency programs at Space 118, Mumbai, (2011), Tokyo Wonder Site, Aoyama, (2012) and at the Bohunk Institute, Nottingham, in preparation for solo show Sensorama (2013). His work forms part of the permanent collection at Space 118.

– he is a founding member and director of artist-led space (and collective) ArtLacuna, based in Clapham Junction, South London.

Notable:

  • MA Fine Art Wimbledon, University Arts London
  • Director of Artlacuna
  • Lam Gallery, Los Angeles