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"Embracing the Future 2017 HS by 3 Artists" by Paul Kostabi - Hand Signed by 3 artists $1,400
Embracing the Future 2017 HS by 3 Artists Limited Edition Print by Paul Kostabi
Embracing the Future 2017 HS by 3 Artists Limited Edition Print by Paul Kostabi - 0
Embracing the Future 2017 HS by 3 Artists Limited Edition Print by Paul Kostabi - 1
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Paul Kostabi

"Embracing the Future 2017 HS by 3 Artists"

  • Limited Edition Print : Giclee and Iris Print

    Size : 24x27 in  |  61x69 cm
    Edition : From the Edition of 120

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Hand Signed : Lower Center
Condition : Mint
Not Framed
Purchased from : Gallery 2018
Story / Additional Info : Signed By Three Artists: Mark Kostabi, Paul Kostabi, Tony Esposito.
Certificate of Authenticity : Gallery Edition
LID : 142902
Paul Kostabi - United States

Art Brokerage: Paul Kostabi American Artist: b. 1962. Paul Kostabi was born in 1962 in Whittier, California. He is an American artist, musician, music producer and audio engineer. He is the brother of artist Mark Kostabi. He became part of the CBGB Festival in 2014 exhibiting paintings alongside photographers Bob Gruen, Michael Lavine and Chris Stein. He also painted live in Times Square while Devo and Jane's Addiction performed. Paul Kostabi collaborated with Dee Dee Ramone on many paintings, a fanzine called Taking Dope, and illustrated the cover of Chelsea Horror Hotel penned by Dee Dee Ramone. Paul worked with graffiti artist LAII (Angel Ortiz) where a few of their collaborations were sold at auction and to private collectors. Hs works are best known for being psychedelically intense with faces gleaming outward from the canvas designed with outbursts of color and unique depictions. His abstractions leans toward that of Julian Schnabel, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Giles Lyon. Paul is noted for having a very laid back persona; he can be happy to paint on a museum quality canvas, or just some piece of card board found in a dumpster. His spirit guides him, and this is what stands out the most while viewing his work: that free spirited effort that is felt between each brush stroke; that sudden out burst of paint splattering like a splash from a Jackson Pollock painting, or the cartoonish depictions he will execute with attention and detail. His work bridges childish careless expressionism with a fierce determined abstract passion for painting, creating an impressive body of landscapes, still lives, and iconic self portraits. Listings wanted.