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Swoon

Boy (Strong)

€650,00

Boy (Strong) is a six colour screen print by street art artist Swoon from 2007 with an edition of 150, signed and numbered by the artist.

·  6 colour screen print
·  110 x 30,5 cm (43,3 x 12 inch)
·  410 gsm Somerset satin white paper
·  Signed and numbered by the artist
·  Edition of 150
·  2007

About Swoon

Caledonia Curry, who exhibits her artwork under the name SWOON, is a classically trained visual artist and printmaker who has spent the last 14 years exploring the relationship between people and their built environments. Her early interventions in the urban landscape took the form of wheat-pasting portraits to the walls of cities around the world, and her public practice has expanded to using art to rebuild communities and humanize today’s most pressing social and environmental issues.

Solo Shows

2019
Special Project: IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair
Time Capsule” solo exhibition, MUCA, Munich
Time Capsule” solo exhibition, Fluctuart, Paris
Every Portrait is a Vessel solo exhibition, Treason Gallery, Seattle
SWOON”, solo exhibition, Galerie Henrik Springmann, Freiburg

2018
Raggedy Hecate and the Memory Box, Chandran Gallery, San Francisco
Mirari Minima, SNOW Contemporary, Tokyo
Swoon: New Works” solo exhibition, Galerie LJ, Paris
The Road Home” special project and mural, collaboration with Philadelphia Mural Arts, Jessica Radovich, and Heather Box

Group Shows

2020
Fresh Diversity, Woodward Gallery, New York
LEGALIZE HUMANITY, Subliminal Projects, Los Angeles

2019
Summer Daze, Hieronymus
Beyond the Streets NYC, Gastman, Brooklyn
In Tandem, Long-Sharp Gallery, Indianapolis
Balance for Better, Hang-Up Gallery
Inaugural Exhibition, Kate Oh Gallery, Damyang County

2018
Get with the Program 2018, Roman Fine Art, East Hampton
"Front" Group Show, NextStreet Gallery, Paris
WALLS AND STREETS, McCaig-Welles, Psyrri

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