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Brad S., 1991, Courtesy of Adrienne Salinger

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Snoop Doggy Dogg, 1993, Courtesy of Chi Modu

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Young Mods near Carnaby Street, London,
1984, Courtesy of Derek Ridgers

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Sweeney jumps into Cork Harbour, Cobh, Ireland, 2012,
Courtesy of Doug DuBois

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Untitled (Kids), 1995, Courtesy of Larry Clark and Simon Lee Gallery,
London/Hong Kong

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Jake Snelling, Manchester, UK, 2012,
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Adrienne Salinger

American photographer Adrienne Salinger examined teenagers in their bedrooms in the early 1990s for her work 〈In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms〉.

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Adrienne Salinger

American photographer Adrienne Salinger examined teenagers in their bedrooms in the early 1990s for her work 〈In My Room: Teenagers in Their Bedrooms〉. Salinger chose teenagers because they are on the edge of rapid change. Adolescence is the time before one has learned to control public and private moods- a time when people are vulnerable. Salinger made the work in opposition to the mediated and stereotyped images of teenagers that were predominant in the 1990s. In order to dismantle the stereotypes, the artist spent many hours with each teenager photographing and conducting video interviews using a view camera and quartz lights. The long exposures allowed each individual to collaborate on the intensity of the gaze and pose.

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Chi Modu

Born in Nigeria and raised in New Jersey, Chi Modu is a world-renowned American photographer who documented the defining years of hip-hop culture during the 1990s.

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Chi Modu

Born in Nigeria and raised in New Jersey, Chi Modu is a world-renowned American photographer who documented the defining years of hip-hop culture during the 1990s and captured many of that era's most iconic images. He began his career as a professional photographer at the definitive magazine of hip-hop culture, The Source, where he shot 30 cover photos and captured candid images of hip-hop's most celebrated figures, including Tupac, Biggie, Snoop, and Eazy-E. His photos have been exhibited from New York to Finland, and he recently released 〈Tupac Shakur: UNCATEGORIZED〉, a book of 200 images of Tupac.

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Dash Snow

American artist Dash Snow established his reputation with a series of Polaroid photographs documenting his rebellious youth and in the process earned himself the epithet 'one of Warhol's Children.'

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Dash Snow

Famed for his hedonistic lifestyle and related work, American artist Dash Snow established his reputation with a series of Polaroid photographs documenting his rebellious youth and in the process earned himself the epithet 'one of Warhol's Children.' Following an initial career in his teens as a graffiti artist, Snow subsequently took to the medium of Polaroid photographs to afford an insight into his private milieu, a party-fueled lifestyle heavily imbued with addiction, drugs, sex and violence. His honest and explicit Polaroids capture a unique perspective on a taboo lifestyle. In 2009, Snow died of a drug overdose aged 27.

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Derek Ridgers

Derek Ridgers is a London-based photographer who has captured various styles of British subcultures since the late 1970s

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Derek Ridgers

Derek Ridgers is a London-based photographer who has captured various styles of British subcultures since the late 1970s. After pretending to be a photographer in order to gain closer access to famous punk bands at gigs, observing the enthusiastic young audiences, Ridgers encountered the diverse scenes of British subcultures. From photographing controversial subjects such as the skinheads from 1979 to 1984, to then portraying other British youth cultures including Punks, Fetishists, New Romantics, Teddy Boys, Mods, Goths and etc., Ridgers has continued documenting through his images various aspects of youth culture appealing across generations.

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Doug DuBois

American photographer Doug DuBois is known for his photography series, 〈My last day at Seventeen〉 which captured the sense of hope, spirit of adventure, fragility, and inevitable loss found in youth.

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Doug DuBois

American photographer Doug DuBois is known for his photography series, 〈My last day at Seventeen〉 which captured the sense of hope, spirit of adventure, fragility, and inevitable loss found in youth. The series is the result of five years from 2009 to 2014 in the Russel Heights area of Cobh, a port town in southern Ireland. He captured the local children as they grew up with large analogue 4x5” or 6x7” cameras. The series was published as a book in 2015 including cartoons created by cartoonist, illustrator, and graphic designer Patrick Lynch.

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Gosha Rubchinskiy

Russian fashion designer, photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy works on the theme of the youth culture formed in the Russian skateboard scene that developed in an age of turmoil and confusion following the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Gosha Rubchinskiy

Russian fashion designer, photographer Gosha Rubchinskiy works on the theme of the youth culture formed in the Russian skateboard scene that developed in an age of turmoil and confusion following the collapse of the Soviet Union. His major photography and video projects, 〈Transfiguration〉, documenting scenery of St. Petersburg’s New Holland Island after it opened to the public for the first time in 300 years and the Russian youths who enjoyed the unique events, received favorable reviews. Gosha's eponymous Russia-based fashion brand ГОША РУБЧИНСКИЙ is now one of the fashion world’s hottest brands thanks to its unconventional expression of contemporary street and youth culture.

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Larry Clark

American photographer and film director Larry Clark is well known for his photos and videos offering raw, unembellished depictions of youth culture.

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Larry Clark

American photographer and film director Larry Clark is well known for his photos and videos offering raw, unembellished depictions of youth culture. Works like 〈Tulsa〉, a voyeuristic black and white photo collection that shows candid images of aimless young people in Oklahoma in the 1960s, and the film 〈Kids〉, which illustrates the deviation of teenagers in New York, have caused enduring controversy.

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Nicolas Brulez

French photographer Nicolas Brulez worked for a long time as a nurse, but started his career as a photographer while running In & Out, a website introducing design and fashion trends with his fiancee and motivated by their shared passion for art and fashion.

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Nicolas Brulez

French photographer Nicolas Brulez worked for a long time as a nurse, but started his career as a photographer while running In & Out, a website introducing design and fashion trends with his fiancee and motivated by their shared passion for art and fashion. Nicolas Brulez received particular attention for 〈The Tattoorialist〉, a project featuring 100 tattooists and tattoo enthusiasts in Paris, Montreal and Berlin. The work, which first began in 2012, comprises both portraits and the private stories of the people who modeled for him, drawing interest from both tattoo fans and the general public alike. The book subsequently published under the same title is regarded as anthology of contemporary tattoo culture.

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Richard Gilligan

Richard Gilligan is an Irish photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work often explores scenes and subcultures with an approach that lies somewhere between traditional reportage and fine art documentary photography.

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Richard Gilligan

Richard Gilligan is an Irish photographer based in Brooklyn, NY. His work often explores scenes and subcultures with an approach that lies somewhere between traditional reportage and fine art documentary photography. His work was first published in the book 〈DIY〉 by independent Paris publisher in 2012 and was later released by Prestel in 2014. In this series he documented skateboard parks from around the world that have been built specifically by skateboarders themselves, depicting their will, devotion and passion as they attempt to create permanent parks within the landscape they inhabit despite all of the risks involved.

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Roger Mayne

British photographer Roger Mayne was famous for his photography documenting British youth subculture of Teddy Boys in the early 1950s and Mods, Rockers, and Hippies in 1960s.

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Roger Mayne

British photographer Roger Mayne was famous for his photography documenting British youth subculture of Teddy Boys in the early 1950s and Mods, Rockers, and Hippies in 1960s. Since Mayne moved to London in 1954, he began photographing children and youngsters in the city at the time when the ‘teenage’ concepts and culture were about to be established. His photo works are exhibited and part of the permanent collections at numerous leading art museums worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Tate Britain and the Museum of Modern Art, in recognition of their cultural and historical importance.

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Boiler Room

Founded in 2010 by Blaise Bellville, the editor of the online magazine Platform, Boiler Room is an online music-broadcasting platform that features live underground music performances.

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Boiler Room

Founded in 2010 by Blaise Bellville, the editor of the online magazine Platform, Boiler Room is an online music-broadcasting platform that features live underground music performances. This new form of medium which began as a playful attempt of organizing a DJ’s live performance in the boiler room in an abandoned warehouse, is now extending the range of live music from punk, electronic to classical music and developing into a vehicle for bringing diverse genres of music to people across the world.

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Ryan Garshell

American videographer Ryan Garshell began filming at the age 12, capturing street skateboarding using a VX1000 video camcorder.

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Ryan Garshell

American videographer Ryan Garshell began filming at the age 12, capturing street skateboarding using a VX1000 video camcorder. He has been known for developing the classic and nostalgic film style in particular relation to skateboarding. Travelling all over the world, he has recorded skateboard culture and has worked with Thrasher, a skateboard brand magazine and other renowned skateboard brands.

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Yung Lean

Swedish contemporary musician Jonatan Leandoer, stage name Yung Lean, gained worldwide recognition as a leading musician of today's youth generation after his YouTube hits 〈Ginseng Strip〉 and 〈Hurt〉, and the 2013 mixtape 〈Unknown Death〉.

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Yung Lean

Swedish contemporary musician Jonatan Leandoer, stage name Yung Lean, gained worldwide recognition as a leading musician of today's youth generation after his YouTube hits 〈Ginseng Strip〉 and 〈Hurt〉, and the 2013 mixtape 〈Unknown Death〉. His music videos that showed his particular rapping style in slow tempo and revived the low-fi imagery from the 1990s and early 2000s pop culture have clocked up over 100 million online views. He formed Sad Boys sometime before the debut along with fellow producers Gud and Yung Sherman. He has since then released 2 studio albums and 2 mixtapes, toured around the world, and worked with major recording artists.

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Cali Thornhill DeWitt

Los Angeles-based artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt’s work delivers messages both criticizing and reflective of contemporary society through juxtaposing images and text excerpts from advertising copies and news headlines.

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Cali Thornhill DeWitt

Los Angeles-based artist Cali Thornhill DeWitt’s work delivers messages both criticizing and reflective of contemporary society through juxtaposing images and text excerpts from advertising copies and news headlines, mostly presented on various types of textiles such as flags and clothing. While widely celebrated for collaborating with Kanye West on his tour’s clothing line in 2016, DeWitt has also been leading Someware, a collaboration with artist Brendan Fowler that encompasses clothing, music and celebrations with the worldwide underground community.

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C. R. Stecyk lll

An internationally known artist and writer based in Southern California, C. R. Stecyk lll is best known for his works showing California’s skateboarding culture.

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C. R. Stecyk lll

An internationally known artist and writer based in Southern California, C. R. Stecyk lll is best known for his works showing California’s skateboarding culture. While the film 〈Dogtown and Z-Boys〉 has been widely celebrated by capturing the skateboarding scene during the 1970s, his work with Colby Poster Printing Company highlights his strengths in advertising design and influencing the graphic style of urban art and youth culture based in Los Angeles.

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Scott Campbell

With tattoo studios in both Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Los Angeles, Scott Campbell is not only recognized as an outstanding tattooist by his celebrity clients but also as a reputable artist whose works span across multiple genres of sculpture, installation, painting, and performances.

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Scott Campbell

With tattoo studios in both Williamsburg, Brooklyn and Los Angeles, Scott Campbell is not only recognized as an outstanding tattooist by his celebrity clients, including Heath Ledger, Orlando Bloom, and Penelope Cruz, but also as a reputable artist whose works span across multiple genres of sculpture, installation, painting, and performances. Both identities are combined and particularly celebrated in his work 〈Whole Glory〉, for which Campbell performs a blind-tattoo session through a hole made in his installation paintings.

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Kwangkee Lee

Korean multi-disciplinary artist, Kwangkee Lee has constantly questioned uncomfortable aspects of the system developed from social relationships and phenomena through his wide variety of works spanning over new media, installation, sculpture, and film.

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Kwangkee Lee

Korean multi-disciplinary artist, Kwangkee Lee has constantly questioned uncomfortable aspects of the system developed from social relationships and phenomena through his wide variety of works spanning over new media, installation, sculpture, and film. Especially his neon light installations, such as 〈Your child is only lovely in your eyes(Transl.)〉 and 〈Do you know how brought you up?(Transl.)〉, fearlessly reveal hidden side of Korean society under everyday life with his blatant and impressive texts.

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Jae Huh

Korean-born designer Jae Huh is active in Korea and abroad, working as a graphic designer at British design and software company Clay Interactive Ltd, the creative director at Seoul-based clothing brand Stereo Vinyls & De L’Harmonie.

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Jae Huh

Korean-born designer Jae Huh is active in Korea and abroad, working as a graphic designer at British design and software company Clay Interactive Ltd, the creative director at Seoul-based clothing brand Stereo Vinyls & De L’Harmonie. Huh also creates new media and video art, and has exhibited his live digital media work at Tate Britain in 2013 and 2015.

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PART 2
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Chris and Sarah in Bed of Flowers, 2014, Courtesy of Andrew Lyman

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Lucy, 2012, Courtesy of Deanna Templeton

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Tyom, 2016, Courtesy of Masha Demianova

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Miss you always, Palermo, 2016, Courtesy of Paolo Raeli

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FASTbeat, 2016, Courtesy of Paul Franco

Andrew Lyman

American photographer Andrew Lyman captures the images of youth in himself and the people around him, creating images of warmth and mystery.

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Andrew Lyman

American photographer Andrew Lyman captures the images of youth in himself and the people around him, creating images of warmth and mystery. He produces both still and moving images captured in Graphic Interchange Format(GIF), which concentrate on the images of youth in relation to the passing of time.

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Deanna Templeton

American street photographer Deanna Templeton is particularly known for actively shooting the surfing and skateboarding scene of Southern California.

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Deanna Templeton

American street photographer Deanna Templeton is particularly known for actively shooting the surfing and skateboarding scene of Southern California, such as 〈Scratch My Name On Your Arm〉 published in 2010 by Schunk that presents the phenomenon of body autographs of contemporary youth culture. Published in 2016 by Um Yeah Arts, her most recent work 〈The Swimming Pool〉 series further explores the idea on one’s true form and identity by capturing swimming bodies in the nude and in liberation under rippled water.

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Masha Demianova

New York and Moscow-based photographer Masha Demianova takes subtle yet powerful pictures of women based on the theme of the female gaze.

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Masha Demianova

New York and Moscow-based photographer Masha Demianova takes subtle yet powerful pictures of women based on the theme of the female gaze. Her photographs illustrate still life, landscape, and architectural subjects and take a generally simple composition with bleak, desolate moods, providing a glimpse of freedom and lonely isolation felt during one’s youth. Now she is focusing more on the personal projects which are more related to art, stepping out fashion photography where she was deeply involved.

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Paolo Raeli

Danish-Italian photographer Paolo Raeli captures the beautiful moments of everyday life of his close friends with a colorful blend of the ambiguous aspects people encounter during their youth.

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Paolo Raeli

Danish-Italian photographer Paolo Raeli captures the beautiful moments of everyday life of his close friends with a colorful blend of the ambiguous aspects people encounter during their youth. His unplanned photos are recorded spontaneously, sometimes leaving his vivacious subjects out of focus, are the means of celebrating the best moments in life and vehicles that allow others to experience the memories. In 2015, Raeli published 〈Angel〉, a book containing photographs, drawings, short texts and personal thoughts that were compiled over a three-year period based on his diary.

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Ryan McGinley

American photographer Ryan McGinley is an irreplaceable artist among his contemporaries with his candid yet dream-like images regarding liberation of conflict and hedonistic freedom sought during youth.

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Ryan McGinley

American photographer Ryan McGinley is an irreplaceable artist among his contemporaries with his candid yet dream-like images regarding liberation of conflict and hedonistic freedom sought during youth. Influenced in his younger years by diverse elements of youth culture including skateboarding, punk music and street art, his works began to leave the ‘evidence of fun’ as he and his friends, such as artist Dash Snow, enjoyed themselves freely. In 2003, he held a solo exhibition at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York as the youngest ever artist who exhibited at the museum.

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Paul Franco

French film director and art director Paul Franco makes films depicting the lives and sensibilities of youth.

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Paul Franco

French film director and art director Paul Franco makes films depicting the lives and sensibilities of youth. Based on his long career as a photographer covering Paris Fashion Week events and collaborating with numerous media including Purple, Numero, and Vogue Paris, Franco began producing videos and photos as his personal projects. His 2016 film work 〈FASTbeat〉 features an interview with Demna Gvasalia, designer of the fashion brand Vetements discussing today’s youth living simultaneously on and off-line in a the rapidly changing world.

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Information Overload in an Organised Grid, 2017, Courtesy of Felipe Pantone

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the title coming soon, 2017, Courtesy of Dr. Romanelli
& Madsaki in collaboration w/ Levis for D Museum Youth

Darren Romanelli,
AKA Dr. Romanelli

Darren Romanelli, AKA Dr. Romanelli, is an American designer, marketing director, and creative director. Notable for his custom-made and limited edition works recombining vintage clothing, furniture, and other various goods.

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Darren Romanelli, AKA Dr. Romanelli

Darren Romanelli, AKA Dr. Romanelli, is an American designer, marketing director, and creative director. Notable for his custom-made and limited edition works recombining vintage clothing, furniture, and other various goods, his works are often sold out immediately upon release. Also as CEO of marketing agency StreetVirus and the creative director of the cafe think tank the Pancake Epidemic, Romanelli is internationally known as a preeminent figure crossing over all creative fields through original and inventive projects with various collaborators from Levi's, Nike, Coca Cola and Popeye to Barry McGee.

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Felipe Pantone

Argentinian graffiti artist Felipe Pantone combines elements of optical and kinetic art to produce vivid color patterns contrasted with black-white geometrical forms and optical illusions, revealing a dynamic and contemporary aesthetic.

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Felipe Pantone

Argentinian graffiti artist Felipe Pantone combines elements of optical and kinetic art to produce vivid color patterns contrasted with black-white geometrical forms and optical illusions, revealing a dynamic and contemporary aesthetic. Strongly influenced by the master of kinetic art, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Pantone’s work, focuses more on the abstraction than that of the text, which was generally the signature aspect in graffiti art. Applying motifs related to the internet and digital technology that has a large impact on contemporary life, the artist continues to discover a new visual language through his works. As a member of Ultra Boyz, the legendary European graffiti crew, Pantone has presented his work in various cities, including Tokyo, Valencia, and London, and has collaborated with street fashion brands such as Wrung.

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Madsaki

Artist Madsaki, born in Osaka, Japan, currently works in Tokyo after living most of his life in New York. Widely known for works that incorporate provocative, sensational words and phrases.

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Madsaki

Artist Madsaki, born in Osaka, Japan, currently works in Tokyo after living most of his life in New York. While Madsaki started his repertoire with delicate drawings and large installations, he underwent a big artistic change as he became interested in popular culture. Now widely known for works that incorporate provocative, sensational words and phrases as well as reinterpretations of well-known classical paintings and icons from popular culture, Madsaki has been breaking the boundaries between fine and commercial art.

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ROA

Born in Ghent, Belgium, street artist ROA was influenced by hip-hop and graffiti culture of the U.S in the 1980s. ROA’s graffiti work portrays animals native to the area and has served as a reminder for the coexistence of animals and people in the city.

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ROA

Born in Ghent, Belgium, street artist ROA was influenced by hip-hop and graffiti culture of the U.S in the 1980s. ROA’s graffiti work portrays animals native to the area and has served as a reminder for the coexistence of animals and people in the city. ROA’s animals gain a strong presence by their colossal sizes and are especially characterized by the black and white coloring, as well as the life-like details in the animal’s physical structures even exposing their skeletal structures and internal organs from time to time. Keeping his anonymity, ROA is actively presenting his works all around the world, such as Mexico City, New York, and Johannesburg.

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