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Tim Biskup’s ‘Former State’

Now on view at THIS in Los Angeles is the latest solo show from artist Tim Biskup. 'Former State' celebrates the artist's return to his hometown of Los Angeles in quite some time with an interesting departure for the artist, if such a thing can be said for someone who's made impressive headway in the realms of painting, design, music and vinyl culture. Biskup's latest is a series of portraiture, depicting in the artist's style a variety of hand sculpted heads. The figures and paintings are displayed together in an interesting juxtaposition of clean brightly colored cubist two dimensional works accompanied by rough handmade figurines. 'Former State' will be on view until November 4th, get a look at some of the new corresponding pieces here on Hi-Fructose.

Now on view at THIS in Los Angeles is the latest solo show from artist Tim Biskup (HF Vol. 18). ‘Former State’ celebrates the artist’s return to his hometown of Los Angeles in quite some time with an interesting departure for the artist, if such a thing can be said for someone who’s made impressive headway in the realms of painting, design, music and vinyl culture. Biskup’s latest is a series of portraiture, depicting in the artist’s style a variety of hand sculpted heads. The figures and paintings are displayed together in an interesting juxtaposition of clean brightly colored cubist two dimensional works accompanied by rough handmade figurines. ‘Former State’ will be on view until November 4th, get a look at some of the new corresponding pieces here on Hi-Fructose.

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