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Shepard Fairey

Pattern Of Corruption (Set)

€550,00

Pattern Of Corruption is a screen print set by street art artists Shepard Fairey and Cleon Peterson from 2015 with an edition of 150. The prints are signed by both artists and numbered with matching numbers.

·  Two screen prints (Black/White Set)
·  Collaboration with Cleon Peterson
·  45,7 x 61 cm (18 x 24 inch)
·  Signed and numbered by both artists
·  Edition of 150 (matching numbers)
·  2015

About Shepard Fairey

Frank Shepard Fairey, born in Charleston, South Carolina in 1970, is an American contemporary street artist, graphic designer, activist, illustrator and founder of OBEY Clothing who emerged from the skateboarding scene. He first became known for his "Andre the Giant Has a Posse" (...OBEY...) sticker campaign in 1999 while attending the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD), which appropriated images from the comedic supermarket tabloid Weekly World News.

Cleon Peterson and Shepard Fairey recently collaborated on a mural in Miami’s Wynwood district and were happy enough with the end result to decide to make some limited edition screen prints inspired by the mural. Cleon and Shepard both deal with the persistent themes of the fragility of society, human savagery, and corruption in there works. The image has a dichotomy in its hypnotic classical floral pattern with sinister elements woven into it, which caution the viewer to look deeper than an appealing surface presentation.

Solo Shows

2020
Facing the Giant, Samuel Owen Gallery, New York

2019
Facing the Giant, Over the Influence, Los Angeles
Facing the Giant, Galerie Itinerrance, Paris
Obey Giant: 30 Years of Resistance, Grenoble Street Art Festival Grenoble
Facing the Giant, Burrard Arts, Vancouver
Facing the Giant, Stolen Space, London
Facing the Giant, AS220 Providence, Rhode Island
Facing the Giant, GGA Gallery Miami, Florida
Facing the Giant, Samuel Owen Gallery Greenwich, Connecticut

2018
Salad Days, Cranbrook Art Museum Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
Golden Future, Galerie Ernst Hilger, Vienna
Force Majeure, Moscow Museum of Modern Art Moscow

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