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Viewing Awol Erizku: Cosmic Drill

The art of Los-Angeles based artist Awol Erizku, spanning photography, painting, sculpture, and mixed media, address issues of race, identity, politics and cultural history. Uniting his practice is his unique visual language and distinctive iconography, exploring everything from urban culture and basketball to art history and NASA telescopic data.

His third solo exhibition at Ben Brown Fine Arts, Cosmic Drill, includes large-scale mixed media paintings and a mix-tape produced specifically for the exhibition. Also featured is the totemic sculpture Head Crack (Stack or Starve), comprising three large-scale, stacked dice rendered from Black Absolute granite, Verde Malachite marble and a Red Jasper from Madagascar. Get to Mayfair pronto.

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27 January 2023 — 06 April 2023
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