'KUSAMA'S STUDIO II'
Archival pigment print on Hahnemuhle 300gsm German Etching paper..
Hand-signed and numbered by the artist.
Edition of 50 plus 7 artist proofs.
50 x 68.1cm.
About Damian Elwes
Santa Monica-based, British artist Damian Elwes has been recreating the studios of other artists since he began painting. His work transports into the world's of artistic geniuses and captures the sublimity of creative experience. His work has been exhibited extensively in museums internationally, including La Musée en Herbe, Paris (2018) and The Fleming Museum, Vermont (2015), and his paintings are in the public collections of various institutions including The British Museum, London; and The Marciano Foundation, Los Angeles.
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