This piece of original artwork comes ready to hang.
December 1st - 4th, 2016 Inner State Gallery returns to SCOPE’s Miami Beach Art Fair. The prestigious SCOPE Art Fair takes place during Art Basel Miami in the heart of Miami Beach, and since its inception has proved to be the place to see the world’s leading contemporary artists and galleries. A monumental pavilion welcomes nearly 45,000 visitors over the course of six days. Showcasing more than 100 of the world’s best contemporary galleries, hundreds of artists will unveil new groundbreaking work during the largest art festival in the country.
“After last year’s sold out exhibition in Miami we had to follow up in 2016 with one of our most prolific collections. Cryptik has proven to be one of contemporary art’s most unique voices and his meditative mandalas will again have collectors stopping in their tracks. On top of that, we are also excited to showcase new works from 2501, Pixel Pancho and Tiff Massey, for a well rounded blend of traditional paintings and sculptural work with a little something for everybody,” Jesse Cory Co-Founder of Inner State Gallery said.
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Pixelpancho is an Italian artist who specializes in large wall murals and by working constantly with an earthy color scheme to convey a more ancient feeling. Pixel creates robotic creatures inspired by different environments: the beach, the forest, the Sci-Fi universe. He uses a wide variety of mediums such as tiles, wall painting, sticker/poster art and more.
Born in Torino, as a child he developed a passion for art. His grandfather was a hobby painter and taught him everything he knew about colors, shapes and the sense of art. As a result, he was soon convinced that his future lay in the art world, so he started working on art by himself and continued that way. He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Albertina and finished his studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Valencia, Spain. While following his studies, and especially during his time in Spain, Pixel Pancho became well known in the world of graffiti and street art. He was inspired by life in the street and by his fellow art students. Pancho began to use the walls of the Spanish city as his canvas and expanded its collection of works. Later Pancho traveled extensively between Valencia and Torino and on his way he painted different streets. While making art he increasingly developed himself. He worked on walls and tiles and created posters and stickers.
Follow PixelPancho on Instagram @pixelpancho