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TYPE:Acrylic, Oil Stick and Ink on Canvas
SIZE:24 x 30 Inches
This RUN comes signed by Jason Seife and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from Inner State Gallery.
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Opening Friday, June 30th at Detroit’s Inner State Gallery “LAX/DTW” will feature over 80 local and international artists curated by Los Angeles-based gallery Thinkspace. The massive group exhibition serves as introduction to the burgeoning New Contemporary art movement for art lovers in the Midwest, handpicked by one of the scene’s most prolific galleries.

“With roots firmly planted in illustration, pop culture, comics, street art and graffiti, put quite simply the New Contemporary Art Movement is art for the people,” Thinkspace co-founder Andrew Hosner said.

For the eleventh iteration of Thinkspace’s traveling group exhibitions, co-owners Andrew and Shawn Hosner hand picked Detroit to showcase one of their most ambitious collections to date. As part of the exhibition, the Hosners have also picked two featured artist, James Bullough for his unique cross cut portraits.
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Jason Seife is a Miami based artist who's work involves the process of merging and reinventing his favorite eras in Art History. Referencing some of his favorite baroque paintings and making them new again through mediums and techniques that were not yet discovered or utilized in the 16th century. He exposes the contrasts of Realism and Impressionism by merging tightly rendered images with impasto strokes and textures. Sometimes exposing the under painting through the peeling of layers in his work, showing not only a "Finished Product" but the process in which a painting comes to life. He believes, like all humans, a body of work has more to it than what is shown on its outer layer. He aims to expose that as opposed to hiding it.

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