Gouache on paper, new works from Deso. On display in Drwing Room, Madrid.
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“Kibushi” (roughly translated as “Making the occupation cute”)
ACRYLIC ON TRANSPARENT PAPER AND MIXED MEDIA 72 x 115 CM, 2017
A new work we created to “celebrate” 50 years of occupation. As part of the generation who grew up in the 90s and 2000s in Israel with a wealth of western influences – neon colours and plastic – and at the same time, the depressing reality and constant panic that is part of daily life here. These stickers are from the images that flooded our world; while kids in the west worshipped comic superheros, our Pop culture was generals and terrorists.
The work Kibushi is now on display at Urban Nation Museum in Berlin.
A mini version of the work is available as an edition sticker pack available only through Ghostown. The profit from the first 100 packs sold will go to bilingual education in Arabic and Hebrew in Haifa.
“Shmiracles”, Textile experiments between Unga and Pakal,
Wednesday 13th December 6.30 – 8.30. All welcome
The (micro) show will run throughout December.
WA Green, 10 Charlotte Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3DH, London
broken fingaz flashbacks print silkscreen unga deso tant colormakers indian birds eyes
New paintings as part of an exhibition at Martinas gallery Giussano, Milano.
We met a lot of interesting people that live in streets of Portland, we heard their stories and drew them, then we painted this huge wall with their portraits on a building in the city
Some works from “Reality Check” show in Rome
Thanks to all the big Haifa crew that came to help in Rome, and to the Varsi crew, you are the best!
Photos by: Blind Eye Factory.
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from the press release:
After years experimenting with psychedelics on paper and on their brains, Broken Fingaz Crew check in on reality in an exhibition of all new works at Galleria VARSI, Rome – their first exhibition in Italy.
For the last few months, Deso, Tant and Unga have been playing with new painting techniques, trying to capture their immediate surroundings and to break the “4th wall.” In these new paintings, the artists invite the viewer into a personal, intimate space.
“Reality Check” is presented as a group show, with new series of works by each individual artist in the collective.