A shared solo show by Diamond and JB Rock
Two of the most popular Italian street artists will meet @MondoPOP gallery from Sept. 25 to present their new exhibition: VELENO (POISON)
Jb Rock & Diamond have worked with their interpretations of “poison”: lethal potion, sweet addiction that slowly destroys, charm and murder at the same time.
The two street artists are well known in Italy and abroad for being away from the clichés of their genre, with artistic references to a taste that goes back to the wonderful women of Mucha or to the American pin-up, involving the manic precision in their amazing patterns and details that recall Art Nouveau’s artists as Horta. Even their tecnique is versatile: spray, ink, acrylic and even BIC pen.
From 25th Sepetember MondoPOP’s gallery presents their work.
“Drugs are the real poison” for JB Rock, that portraits without criticism or condemnation the essence of modern icons.
“Love Filters” in Diamond: something that enchant and simultaneously destroys.
Canvas and paper painted with brushes and pens and dipped in poison, of course.
A shared solo show by Diamond and JB Rock,
from Sept 25th until Oct 20th 2010.
|||| David Vecchiato | Serena Melandri
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