Lucien Smith

Lady Jacks

Aluminium trays, moulding paste, and enamel on gessoed canvas in artist’s frame
28 x 22 in (71.12 x 55.88 cm)

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Lucien Smith (born 1989, Los Angeles) is an American artist based in New York.
In his painting and sculpture there are accents on various topics, he raises questions to the surface, to the society, the goal, aspiration, the edge of consciousness, boundless.
In 2013 and 2014 he got on Forbes list 30 under 30 in the category “Art and style”, The New York Times recognized him as the art world of the Wunderkind. Released by Cooper Union in 2011.

In February 2014, his work “Two sides of the same coin” were sold for 224,500 pounds sterling at the auction Sotheby’s, London.
Lucien breaks the picturesque principles, and through the fire extinguisher injects acrylic paint, emotions outside, cream pie in the face with “Lady Jax from the hot start in the conference” challenging with tin bowls, white paint, and canvas, and transforms the overtones, and playful overtones of pictures Andy Warhol mosaics and Richard Prins Jokes paintings, Smith’s paintings Programs work on a formal and conceptual level.

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