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Art I Like 9 by Florent Vial

Here are some artworks from very gifted artists I am a fan of. Boogie, JR and Sickboy. Please have a look and enjoy.

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Art I Like 9 by Florent Vial

  1. 1. Boogie was born in Serbia and emigrated to the United States in 1998. He has exhibited with Alain Le Gaillard, Paris and at Paris Photo. He has upcoming exhibitions at l’eclaireur gallery, Tokyo and Higher Pictures, New York. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, TIME magazine, Maxim, Playboy, among other publications. His clients include Nike, Lee Jeans, Element Skateboards, Shellac. Boogie lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
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  7. 7. As an undercover photographer, JR transforms ters project in Middle East and Brazil. his pictures into posters and makes open space The 3rd stage of the 28 millimeters project - photo galleries out of our streets. An acute Women Are Heroes - has already led him to observer of our time, as comfortable in cozy Africa in post-conflicting zones to shoot the neighborhoods as in urban ghettos, he ques- women with who he wishes to share painful tions pedestrians with the exhibitions he mounts stories and to testify of their desire to live. Their on their everyday commutes. portraits were already pasted in Sierra-leone Using a camera he found once in the subway, and in Liberia. In 2008-2009, JR will develop this JR finds inspiration in informal encounters he project in India and in Asia. makes following his travels and his intuitions. From 2001, he has been pointing his camera to a number of communities (writers, breakdancer, fresstylers, ...), and worked with popular actors and musicians such as Vincent Cassel, IAM or the Gotan Project. From 2004, he has been working on the 28 millimeters project, which first part - Portrait of a generation - led him up to the New York Times front page. The large size pictures of the Mont- fermeil and Clichy-sous-Bois youth have been notably displayed on the walls of the European Center for Photography and the square of the Hotel de Ville, in Paris. His pictures beginning to sell at Hotel Drouot of Paris, he keeps on planning unauthorized exhi- bitions of large size pictures such as in Rome or in Wuppertal (Germany). He is currently working on the second and third parts of the 28 millime
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  13. 13. He has been tipped by the leading financial press as one of the street art movement’s most investable artists, but Sickboy refuses to play by the rules of the mainstream art industry. Turning down offers by auction houses and galleries, the British artist stays true to his ‘outsider’ roots.
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