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I never expected the response that I received, which has been mainly through Instagram. We live in this age where anyone can track you down if you leave them a clue and then you can have a conversation. The support I got from people noticing my work and getting in touch has been enough encouragement to keep going.” – Brolga

Brolga New York, NY
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“A partical tunnels through a barrier that it classically could not surmount.

It’s born from a frequency, from a state that enables the oscillation between the known and the unknown, between the conscious and the unconscious, between the visible and the invisible.” – Mondfleisch

 

Andi Mondfleisch, Vienna Austria
www.mondfleisch.com

 

 

 

My art is an extension of who I am. It exposes the layers of my inner core, my childish ambition, defiance of structure, and growing curiosity to understand my world, and pulls it out to the forefront in thick textures. It is a snapshot of my mood. A reflection of myself. My music. My people. My spirit.

 

Natalie Ochoa
iamno.tumblr.com

 

 

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“To escape the reality that we are pushed upon and to go for something abstract, it’s very therapeutic.” – Young Pollock

 

Young Pollock, San Diego
youngpollockart@gmail.com

 

 

 

This image is copyright protected. Alexa Telano (c)

This image is copyright protected. Alexa Telano (c)

“This reality is both jarring and infuriating to me.”

Alexa Telano, New York City

www.alexatelano.com

Massachusetts

Gofive Boston, MA
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California

Young Pollock, San Diego
youngpollockart@gmail.com

New York

Ochoa New York, NY
iamno.tumblr.com

Brolga New York, NY
brolganyc.tumblr.com

Alexa Telano New Tork, NY
alexatelano.com

Europe

Andi Mondfleisch, Vienna Austria
www.mondfleisch.com

Work done by Poppy.ink

Work done by Poppy.ink

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Dismaland – A grim designed Disney remixed theme park designed by Banksy is set to open this weekend in Somerset.

 

 

 

 

 

It wasn’t until April of this year that Kehinde Wiley’s exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum has concluded for the 2015 year. The extravagant collection is everything as it is composed of models whom are unlikely to be featured in art as classical as Kehinde has produced.

Kehinde Wiley’s art was sought after by Michael Jackson himself. He believed it was “a prank” but after some research, he found out for himself the pop king was in fact, a fan of Kehinde’s work.

Artists are the Conscience of Society