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KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust
KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust

KURAR 'Re-appropriation' Giclée w/Diamond Dust

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'Re-appropriation' by Kurar, 2022
19 x 26 Inches
48.3 x 66 Centimeters
Giclée print on 300gsm archival matte fine art paper.
Finished in gloss varnish with diamond dust.
Limited Edition of 75 (#2/75)
Signed and numbered by the artist.
Includes original publisher COA.

ARTIST BIO

Kurar grew up in a furiously fast-changing world.

A natural inspiration for a work that takes a kind yet critical look at the failings of a society advancing too fast perhaps, or one dominated by increasingly strained social and political tensions.

Our daily life is rich. The stream of ever faster images, ever more intense events that have become part of everyday life and a globalization that now appears irreversible in every sense. A source of observation that Kurar dissects in meticulous work that evolves in parallel with our everyday existence.

It is because we have to know where we come from, in order to understand the present and guide our future, that Kurar’s aesthetics use the gentleness of images of a childhood at the start of the last century. This gentleness provides a powerful contrast to the crude images of a present social reality that would have been unimaginable 100 years ago.

Is it because our generation is subdued by the injustices we can no longer put right, or is it because the media force on us a narrower vision of a better?

Be that as it may, KURAR brings us contrasts that mirror freedoms given or taken away and the price(s) of life in a world that has implacably stamped its pace on us.