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New Works by Ron English

Now on view at Lazarides' Rathbone Place gallery in London is a new exhibition by Hi-Fructose fave and Vol. 16 featured artist, Ron English, who we last saw in Miami (here). The famed popagandist continues on his running brightly colored pop culture and art commentary with 'Skin Deep: Post-Instinctual Afterthoughts On Psychological Portraiture', an exhibition of paintings that revisit the major themes of English's storied career. From fine art influences such as Picasso's Guernica and Warhol's Marilyn to more contemporary pop culture themes as the Rolling Stones and the Flinstones, no stone is left unturned in the artist's hyper-realized and visually overwhelming work. Get an extensive look at the works now on view after the jump, the show runs until July 23rd 2011.

Now on view at Lazarides’ Rathbone Place gallery in London is a new exhibition by Hi-Fructose fave and Vol. 16 featured artist, Ron English, who we last saw in Miami (here). The famed popagandist continues on his running brightly colored pop culture and art commentary with ‘Skin Deep: Post-Instinctual Afterthoughts On Psychological Portraiture’, an exhibition of paintings that revisit the major themes of English’s storied career. From fine art influences such as Picasso’s Guernica and Warhol’s Marilyn to more contemporary pop culture themes as the Rolling Stones and the Flinstones, no stone is left unturned in the artist’s hyper-realized and visually overwhelming work. Get an extensive look at the works now on view below, the show runs until July 23rd 2011.

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