Power of 3

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June 8th - July 10th
Opening: June 8th 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

wed-sun 12-6pm


New York – The Krause Gallery presents "Power of 3"

Revolue: Statement 
To create those pieces, I focused on the intuitive process and ideas about our lifestyle and behavior behind your faces. Together with which we try to create a “mask” that could represent any of us into the art world.

All the works were created with mixed media and specially with a handmade oilbar created by myself. It’s also part of the creative process during the paintings.  He grew up in the middle of inks, papers, pens and many scribbles on his house walls.

Adept of a minimalist lifestyle, the artist carries more than 13 years of experience in research and artistic development.

From urban art to contemporary studies, looking for not settling on one style, prefers to keep open to the experiment. In baggage, always the underground reference and the concept of “luxury from the rubbish” to add to his remarks, which also involves the chaotic human behavior.

Part of a “intuitive – expressive” creative process and reaching the image of a face, for him, everything is represented in our face -It’s the only thing that shows our personality, experiences and true feelings.

Plastic Jesus: Statement
Born : London (United Kingdom)

Current Location: Los Angeles

Huffington Post - Best street art of 2012
Complex art and Design : top 10 street artist to watch (2013) referred to “The Banksy of LA”

Feature artist in forthcoming Bonham Auction in aid of Arts project Los Angeles.

Plastic Jesus grew up in the London Suburbs. (UK).  After a brief career in engineering he pursued his life long passion to become a photojournalist. During a highly productive and eventful career that took to him to around 50 countries, covering world news events including war, civil unrest, crime, natural disasters and entertainment he became increasing frustrated  by the selective focus of mainstream media. He turned his visual skills to street art as a way tackling  issues he felt passionate about using his experience as an image maker and story teller to create bold, emotive art.

With a mix of stenciled acrylic spray images and surreal oversized & often controversial installations that both amaze and amuse, his work combines humor, irony, criticism  and unique opinion to create art that engages on many levels.

Often questioning the norms in society Plastic Jesus confronts our compliance of culture and current affairs. The artist uses scale and contradiction as a means to highlight issues and opinions that often go unquestioned. 

The aesthetic appeal of his work combined with the engagement produces an addictive mix that challenges our acceptance.
Worldwide appreciation for his work has grown organically but at a incredible pace, he is now one of the most talked about street artists having gained international media attention for a number of high profile pieces including his March 2015 Cocaine snorting oscar statue, his “No Kardashian Parking” signs placed around Hollywood in April 2015 and 2013 Best Buys useless plastic box 1.2.

His work has gained the attention of street art lovers and mainstream media including the BBC, CNN NY POST, NY Daily News, LA Times, Huffington post, Time,  People Magazine , TMZ, and many  more.

Oliver Hibert: Statement

Oliver Hibert was born in Seattle, Washington in 1983.

Eye catching, colorful, bold, fantastic, surreal and at most times psychedelic is how many describe Oliver Hibert’s style of artwork and Paintings. Hibert’s iconic style almost transcends time as it nods to the past, while being so contemporized that it speaks to the future. The art is smothered with busy patterns, alluring figures, super bright colors and plenty of exclamation marks. Hibert’s particular and unique style of fine art has caught the attention of numerous publications, retail stores, galleries and museums from around the globe. Hibert also prides himself as an illustrator / designer and has worked with many top-notch and commercial clients ranging from Nike to The Flaming Lips.  Hibert’s vivid and colorific designs can be recognized on album covers, rock posters, music videos, skateboards, magazine covers, editorials, shoes, clothing, and vinyl toys. Most recently, Hibert has designed a full tarot deck and Magical Oracle Board.

Oliver Hibert describes his art as an escape from the mundane, influenced by music, colors, death, life, beauty, ugliness, cartoons, drugs, sex, mystery and magic.

Currently, Oliver Hibert works and resides in Scottsdale, Arizona on his desert farm of cacti and one thousand peacocks.

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