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Michael Hsiung’s ‘Human Failure’

L.A. based artist Michael Hsiung has landed in Philly armed with a newexhibition of his quirky illustrative paintings, ‘Human Failure’ at The Slingluff Gallery. The new work features hissignature black and white line work with red flourishes, conjuring chubby,bearded merman, horned beasts and clusters of bare breasted party- goers. As aconvergence of mythological characters and brutish woodsmen, the new workretains it’s satirical humor without being heavy handed. Take a peek at the newwork and opening night photos after the jump.

L.A. based artist Michael Hsiung has landed in Philly armed with a new exhibition of his quirky illustrative paintings, ‘Human Failure’ at TheSlingluff Gallery. The new work features his signature black and white line work with red flourishes, conjuring chubby, bearded merman, horned beasts and clusters of bare breasted party- goers. As a convergence of mythological characters and brutish woodsmen, the new work retains it’s satirical humor without being heavy handed. Take a peek at the new work and opening night photos below.

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