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"Zip, Bang, Pop! Run! It's The Cops!: Contemporary Pop Art and It's Influence On Street Art" National Invitational Exhibition, June 29-July 20, 2018
Hue Gallery of Contemporary Art
Wichita, KS

This painting, which might be the beginning of a new series started with an idea of mine to paint three different images which are appropriations or reinterpretations in the style of modern painters. However, I change it up a little bit. For instance the image on the right is in the style of Mondrian, but the black lines are thinner and the colors are pastel. The middle image is an obvious take off of a Ellsworth Kelly and the image on the left is inspired by Ann Edholm and Carmen Herrera. My desire is to mix up, mash up, re-mix different styles and in the process turn up something new.
My working process is always highly intuitive and spontaneous. As always I'm attracted to hard edges, bold color and geometric tendencies.
The painting is titled, signed and dated on the back.

Materials used:

acrylic paint, matte medium, gesso

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#modern history #apprpriation #abstract #contemporary #geometric #minimalist #basquiat #hard edge 
History of Modern Painting (Crown For Basquiat) 2018 (2018)
Acrylic painting
by Juan Jose Hoyos Quiles

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Exhibited at...
"Zip, Bang, Pop! Run! It's The Cops!: Contemporary Pop Art and It's Influence On Street Art" National Invitational Exhibition, June 29-July 20, 2018
Hue Gallery of Contemporary Art
Wichita, KS

This painting, which might be the beginning of a new series started with an idea of mine to paint three different images which are appropriations or reinterpretations in the style of modern painters. However, I change it up a little bit. For instance the image on the right is in the style of Mondrian, but the black lines are thinner and the colors are pastel. The middle image is an obvious take off of a Ellsworth Kelly and the image on the left is inspired by Ann Edholm and Carmen Herrera. My desire is to mix up, mash up, re-mix different styles and in the process turn up something new.
My working process is always highly intuitive and spontaneous. As always I'm attracted to hard edges, bold color and geometric tendencies.
The painting is titled, signed and dated on the back.

Materials used:

acrylic paint, matte medium, gesso

Tags:
#modern history #apprpriation #abstract #contemporary #geometric #minimalist #basquiat #hard edge 
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Juan is an abstract geometric hard-edge painter. His paintings are fueled by his love of abstraction. The practice of making them has involved experimenting with many schools of art and... Read more

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