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  • "The poor and the underclass are growing. Racial justice and human rights are non-existent. They have created a repressive society and we are their unwitting accomplices." - They Live (1988)

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    benfrostisdead:

    New paintings for my exhibition ‘Durability’ Friday March 21st with COPE2 at Krause Gallery in New York.  www.krausegallery.com

    each painting above is 30 x 40 inches - acrylic, aerosol and crayon on canvas

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    Caryn Drexl born 1980, is a self-taught conceptual and portrait photographer based in north/central Florida, USA. She has a unique approach to taking female portraits. Her style is like the photographic version of Edgar Allan Poe, with its imaginative details and vague sense of discomfort. She openly admits that “Everything I know I learned through trial and error or the internet.” Although she loves the look of film, and does own some vintage cameras, for practicality she prefers working with digital images. And no big cameras either, “I have girly little hands and a dislike for big heavy cameras that’ll break my wrist or my neck, so the littler ones suit me well.”

    You can find more of Caryn’s mysteries in her Etsy shop, CarynDrexl.

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    JC Jacinto is a talented 29-year-old visual artist and freelancer. Born in Pasig, currently based in Rizal, Philippines. He graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, major in Painting from  University of the Philippines Diliman, Quezon City

    His works depict the finite quality in all things and is enthralled by the idea of beauty. He continues to study the connection between being the creator and destroyer of his own works. He creates art by the form of destruction, be it burning, smearing, stripping until it has given the meaning it portrays. Some of his works also provide gothic imagery that has a strong and sensitive themes between struggle and self-alienation. His works may be obscene but they also display truth and honesty. He takes inspiration from every life experiences, drawing inspirations from even the harshest situations and turning it into a work of art.

    JC jacinto asks people to reflect on the complications that we face: the struggle of the mind versus the body, the line between reality and dreams. Jacinto wants people to feel emotions through his works.   via wikipedia

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