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Lola Dupre’s ‘Shrapnel’

Glasgow-based artist Lola Dupre (who we interviewed last year) will be opening her latest solo exhibition, 'Shrapnel' later this evening at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach. Dupre's work re-envisions classic portraiture and famous works of art, with explosive results. The collage pieces utilize multiples cut up and layered upon and over each other, allowing the source material to be recognizable, albeit askewed; a compelling and contemporary re-imagining of the visual works embedded in the collective social memory. Get an exclusive look at several of the new pieces, as well as some behind the scenes pics, here on Hi-Fructose.

Glasgow-based artist Lola Dupre (who we interviewed last year) will be opening her latest solo exhibition, ‘Shrapnel’ later this evening at Phone Booth Gallery in Long Beach. Dupre’s work re-envisions classic portraiture and famous works of art, with explosive results. The collage pieces utilize multiples cut up and layered upon and over each other, allowing the source material to be recognizable, albeit askewed; a compelling and contemporary re-imagining of the visual works embedded in the collective social memory. Get an exclusive look at several of the new pieces, as well as some behind the scenes pics, here on Hi-Fructose.

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