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Logan Hicks

Apollo, 2020

Photography : HD print 37.8 x 26 inch


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Logan Hicks, Apollo

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Artwork sold in perfect condition

Photograph of New York taken during the first confinement between March and May 2020. Pigment photographic print on 330g paper made in New York. Signed and numbered in the margin by the artist.
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Mazel Galerie • Brussels, Belgium

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Dimensions cm inch
37.8 x 26 inch
Black wood frame with museum glass
Artwork dimensions including frame
39.4 x 27.6 inch
Numbered and limited to 8 copies
1 copy available
Artwork sold with an invoice from the gallery
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Logan Hicks

Logan Hicks

United States • Born in: 1971

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Logan Hicks was born in 1971 and grew up in Baltimore. After graduating from the Maryland Institute of Contemporary Art at the beginning of the 90s, he begun as a screenprinter. It was his friend Shepard Fairey who encouraged him to move to San Diego, California, to join the Low Brow movement of the 90s and focus on stencil, which he had just picked up. Through this technique, Lo- gan Hicks wanted to go beyond screenprint and experiment with a more spontaneous approach combining the notion of original and serial artwork. In 2007, Logan Hicks came back to the East coast and settled in Brooklyn, New York. The urban art market was booming and so was the New York art scene with artists like Swoon and Faile. Back then, Logan Hicks was already famous for being the pioneer of multi-layer stencil. His fascination goes to the exploration of cities, its urban landscapes, its light, its heights and undergrounds. Based on pictures he takes himself, his works count an average of five or six different stencil layers, cut then painted on top of each other to reach the final result. But this hyper-realistic work takes up a new meaning when the artist sprays his colors. Thanks to an exceptional rendering of nocturnal light, the work paradoxically looses realism to reach a deeply poetic dimension. A respected figure of the art world and for good reasons, Logan Hicks is often asked to curate international exhi- bitions and is at the initiative of many artistic projects. Since his first solo show in 2001, he has exhibited his work in the most prestigious galleries all over the world, with several shows in France over the last ten years.
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