Art & Culture

Artist Sean Go is a Contemporary Asian Picasso

When Picasso unveiled Demoiselles d’Avignon in 1907, it was criticized as an ugly work that would not be accepted by art history. Trailblazers in art history like Picasso are the ones who led the Avant Garde charge to define what fine art can be, even if the works themselves may be “ugly.” Sean Go, a NYC visual artist treads the line between works that look like they were created by a child in 3rdgrade, street graffiti art, and Picasso during his cubist phase painting portraits of Dora Maar. With his battalion of misfits and remixed characters, his world of art sucks you in like Alice entering Wonderland.

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Artist Sean Go has been likened to Jeff Koons in his witty and childlike approach and pays homage to Pablo Picasso, Andy Warhol, and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

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