This Friday is the opening of The Golden Age Of Grotesque Polish artist Michael Sepe‘s new solo show at Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London and will include a total of 19 new works that Polish artist created especially for this event.
After years as a graffiti artist Sepe has finally found his way to a smaller format translating his work into canvas juxtaposing fine and street art in a balanced way through a new body of work that represents a true expression of this journey.
The mural presented here was titled The Golden Age Of Grotesque and dedicated to his solo show of the same name and as the rest of his work it represent a nice balance between abstract and illustrative and capturing the dynamics of modern society in his own distinctive way.
The exhibition will run at New Compton Street gallery from 29th May – 4th July.
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