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Nosego Shows New Paintings in ‘Died a Few Times to Live This Once’

The interdimensional creatures painted by Nosego return in a new show at Philadelphia's Paradigm Gallery. "Died a Few Times to Live This Once" collects new work from the Philly artist, whose real name is Yis Goodwin and was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here. His sprawling works, as usual carry “themes of boundlessness.”

The interdimensional creatures painted by Nosego return in a new show at Philadelphia’s Paradigm Gallery. “Died a Few Times to Live This Once” collects new work from the Philly artist, whose real name is Yis Goodwin and was last mentioned on HiFructose.com here. His sprawling works, as usual carry “themes of boundlessness.”

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“Executed with an extraordinary degree of freedom and panache spanning the full breadth of the artist’s multidisciplinary practice, the exhibition will feature new acrylic paintings as well as never before exhibited mural and sculpture—his most personally significant presentation of his works to date,” the gallery says. “Derived from childhood memories and a seemingly boundless imagination, ambiguous characters find themselves in unique, sumptuous atmospheres, at once strange and familiar, of and not of this world.”

See more of Nosego’s recent work below.

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