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Juan Francisco Casas "(HE)ARTBROKEN"
Juan Francisco Casas recreates photographs he’s taken as large scale, hyperreal ballpoint pen drawings. While compositions of this size have traditionally been used in art to commemorate royalty and historical events, Casas utilizes the medium to memorialize his personal and provocative exploits. Described as “art for the selfie generation,” his seductive portraits transform viewers into voyeurs, intrigued by what happened prior and after the snapshot was taken.August 31, 2016
Piranesi's "Imaginary Prisons"
17th century Italian artist Giovanni Battista Piranesi is best known for a highly unusual series of prints called Imaginary Prisons, utilizing his imagination and architectural sensibilities to create visions of imagined sinister jailrooms that inspired dark artists widely, including the likes of Guillermo del Toro, who is currently exhibiting some Piranesi originals from his private collection at his exhibition at LACMA.August 31, 2016