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Kris Kuksi’s Church Tank

To follow up on yesterday's coverage of Meta Gallery's "Phantasmagoria" show, Hi-Fructose is proud to show our readers an exclusive first look at Kris Kuksi's (HF Vol. 13) newest piece, "Church Tank". Another mixed media assemblage by the master, "Churchtank Type 8 with Artillery Flak" takes a more architectural approach to Kuksi's style, incorporating a deep rooted, if not controversial, theme and the steady hand we've come to know and love. Check out a few more pictures of Kuksi's latest after the jump.

To follow up on yesterday’s coverage of Meta Gallery‘s “Phantasmagoria” show, Hi-Fructose is proud to show our readers an exclusive first look at Kris Kuksi‘s(HF Vol. 13) newest piece, “Church Tank”. Another mixed mediaassemblage by the master, “Churchtank Type 8 with Artillery Flak” takes a more architecturalapproach to Kuksi’s style, incorporating a deep rooted, if notcontroversial, theme and the steady hand we’ve come to know and love. Check out a few more pictures of Kuksi’s latest below.

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