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Little Brother

Unplug, 2022

Painting : acrylic, plaster, Posca 35 x 30 x 1 cm

$429

One of the last works available by this artist

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About the artwork

Artwork sold in perfect condition

Based on Plato's Allegory of the Cave. Little robots, reflections of each of us, trapped in an oppressive, mind-numbing and normative contemporary society. Canvas with plaster coating. Signature at the bottom of the work.
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AKIZA - la galerie • PARIS, France

Artsper seller since 2015

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Medium
Painting: acrylic, plaster, Posca
Dimensions cm inch
35 x 30 x 1 cm
Framing
Not framed
Type
Unique work
Authenticity
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Colors

White

Black

Tags

Robot

Society

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Little Brother

Little Brother

France • Born in: 1983

Painters

French artists

Street artist active in Paris, is part of the great tradition of protest art, revolutionary graphics and propaganda posters. Its name is a nod to George Orwell's 1984 Big Brother.

Each work, in the image of the individual, can be recombined with the others to create small cells of immediate revolt, while the complete painting gradually appears in the street.

His incisive style, filled with symbolism, is marked by a strong black and white contrast, which comes from the linocut, with which he started and which he particularly likes to express a criticism of a controlled, vertical and hyperconnected society in his post-Orwellian universe.

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