The framing option for this RUN includes a 1 inch black wood frame with UV-glass, foam core backing and ready to hang hardware.
"The image has as it’s subject the 'Whore of Babylon,' who is a compelling character. She appears in the book of Revelation and her description is sort of mysterious. It describes her as covered in jewelry and riches riding a 7 headed monster and carrying a golden cup filled with “abominations and filthiness.
The image at the center of this poster is a piece that is currently hanging in my “Violence On Our Behalf” exhibition at Matthew Namour Gallery in Montreal. Part of a continuing series called “The Age Of Enlightenment.” The whole show was created during the lead up to the presidential election and opened two days after the election was held. The show deals with power and powerful people." - Ravi Zupa
ABOUT THE ARTIST:
’s art education started with his family and continued on at his local library. Zupa has spent the last decades studying art from cultures and movements that span history and originate from nearly all geographical regions. He considers books the best way to experience art. Being entirely self-taught, he looks for inspiration in works by German Renaissance print makers, Flemish primitives, abstract expressionists, Japanese woodblock artists, Mughal paintings, religious iconography from Europe, Asia and pre-Columbian Latin America, and revolutionary propaganda the world over. With a distaste for ironic art or the thoughtless appropriation of culture, Zupa seeks to integrate these disparate elements in search of some universal experience that explains, at least in part, what our incredibly fortunate historical position might mean.
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