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The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 Inch Black Wood Frame with UV-Glass, Foam Core Backing and Ready to Hang Hardware.
Note: Each print in this run comes from the respective editions of 75.
"Lost Angeles depicts two figures who seem to be lost. The two wear Disney themed t-shirts but seem to have ended up in a skid-row type of environment. I came up with this idea when I kept seeing tourists exploring Downtown Los Angeles thinking they'd find a New York City kind of experience. The disappointment and sense of defeat when they realize this isn't anything like the charismatic Downtown of NYC is beautiful in its irony.
I started this painting with a reference photo that I took when a film crew closed down Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles, a block from where I live. By re-appropriating the figures in the scene and the background the crew itself ended up looking like a surreal movie with a David Lynch type of oddness to it." - Joram Roukes
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Joram Roukes and 1xRUN.
Born in Lelystad, The Netherlands and graduated from the Minerva Academie of Fine Art in Groningen in 2006, Joram Roukes work focuses largely on urban contemporary culture and works mostly in oil paint on large scale canvasses. His work displays a history in graffiti art and a critical and ironic eye on society as a whole. Joram currently is represented by Thinkspace gallery in Culver City, Stolenspace Gallery in London and Galleri Benoni in Copenhagen.
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