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    Art Brokerage: Jamian Juliano-Villani American Artist: b. 1987. Jamian Juliano-Villani culls images from memes, films, photo databases, and art history, then airbrushes them into absurd, painted collages that defy easy interpretation. In Let's Kill Nicole (2019), for example, an Ugg-wearing goat stands at the end of a pink checkerboard corridor, while Crunchie Boy, My Son (2019) features a knife-wielding dog placed atop an image of Leonardo's Vitruvian Man. Juliano-Villani has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, London, Milan, and Berlin, among other cities. Her canvases regularly sell for five figures on the secondary market, and the Whitney Museum of American Art has acquired her work for its permanent collection. For Juliano-Villani, each painting is a self-portrait of sorts. "I joke around about these being so dumb," she told Artsy about her canvases, "but I love all of these things. I take them very seriously, and I'm not making fun." Listings wanted.

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