The framing option for this RUN includes a 1" Black Frame with UV glass, archival foamcore backing and ready to hang hardware.
"This is part of the “Death to...” series that has culminated in a solo show highlighting the death of 8 living contemporary artists. It is now on view at Guy Hepner Contemporary in West Hollywood.
The concept came to me over a year ago and took about a month to finish. I thought about having my assistant paint the whole piece for me in true Damien Hirst fashion but decided against it because painting is fun.
I am fascinated by the career of Damien Hirst and as I learned more about his work I started to feel really bad for the butterflies and approached the work from their perspective." - Ryan McCann
This RUN comes signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity from Ryan McCann and 1xRUN.
Ryan McCann consistently explores social constructs, creating works that encourages people to rethink and alter their perception of the mundane and awareness of everyday belief systems and realities. McCann creates as a painter, sculptor, photographer, and pyrographer constantly challenging himself to create works that encourage viewers to see the world differently.
McCann has exhibited nationally and internationally including exhibitions at Black Square Gallery (Miami, FL), Guy Hepner (New York, NY), LaunchLA (Los Angeles, CA), Inner State Gallery (Detroit, MI), Gregorio Escalante Gallery (Los Angeles, CA) along with the SCOPE Art Fairs in NYC, Miami, and Basel Switzerland. His works are held in major collections around the world including the University of California Los Angeles.
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