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Who says Stormtroopers don’t have bad days? Mashing up Star Wars with the Passion of Christ like nobody’s business, Ryan Callanan’s Long Suffering Trooper (2016) is resin with a copper patina finish (also available in solid copper). Available in a Limited Edition of just 25 pieces (signed/numbered by the artist) for $625 each, from TAG Fine Arts in London.
Photographed at the Affordable Art Fair NY in September, 2016.
Allouche Gallery is currently hosting the first major exhibit in their beautiful new home in the Meatpacking District — and what a way kick things off! Guernica features the debut of eighteen new paintings by contemporary Pop and street artist, Ron English.
The series, which took two years to complete, references the artist’s own narrative to Pablo Picasso’s renowned Guernica, painted in 1937. English utilizes the Guernica template to relay powerful messages about the endless cycles of creation and destruction through the use of his globally recognized imagery and iconography.
It is great fun to see how English — who is a genius at manipulating pop culture icons and tropes — fluidly riffs on Guernica to include everything from The Flintstones to Star Wars to Guitar Hero.
Ron was present at the opening reception, and he is always very gracious when it comes to signing and taking photos with fans.
The painting above has the names of popular fast food or fast casual restaurants stenciled just under the images.
Guernica By Ron English will be on Exhibit Through October 19th, 2016 at Allouche Gallery, Located at 82 Gansevoort Street (Across from the Whitney Museum) in New York City’s Meatpacking District.
You can see this colorful mural of the Sith Lord Vader (by Street Artist Huetek) in First Street Green Cultural Park, which is located on the north side of E. Houston Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan. You can also enter at 33 East 1st Street, which is the official address. The murals change frequently, so if you want to see this one, don’t wait too long!
“I stole my father’s Death Star plans. It was all lasers, lightsabers, droids and The Force. Within a week he destroyed my planet and hit the road.”
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