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Anselm Kiefer Copenhagen 2017.

Our partner Director of Gagosian Gallery 555 West 24th Street New York has given us exclusive access to both the artist, studio and all works of art. Normally, these sculptures are made with galvanized steel and cannot be outdoors… We are delighted to offer these unique sculptures. Dimentions, at least 10×10 meters with 2-3,5m height… […]
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Timmi 'Oneliner' Mensah

              On the corner of Gyldenløvesgade Nyropsgade 1 you can see the well preserved Timmi Abraham Mensah `Kill 4 LOUIS` 2015.b.1970 His inimitable style, with its strong, graphic one and line art style meets fine art. Timmi’s repertoire of emblematic signs and his one liner-Twoliner remains familiar to all. […]
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Antony Micallef

Nordic Gallery: Micallef is widely recognised as one of the finest painters in contemporary art today. His ambitious and opulent canvases examine this generation’s complex relationship with consumerism and indulgence. Expressionist scenes of hedonistic excess, shop window seduction and international travel mix with spiritual iconography and lavish brush strokes. Described as “Caravaggio meets Manga”, this […]
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Christian Beijer

Christian Beijer Christian is a former clothes designer that traded for the bigger freedom of expression in the art of painting. He has been working professionally as an artist for the last 23 years. Also been a designer for various things like Vodka bottles (Heavy water vodka & DQ vodka), statues, toys and etc. During […]
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Bradley Theodore (Nordic)

You don’t have to be a scholar to know that a street artist who chooses to paint a colorful portrait of Karl Lagerfeld staring into the eyes of Anna Wintour has some kind of preoccupation with fashion. But (as usual) there’s more to the story than meets the eye: a strange turn of events led […]
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Benjamin Abana

Benjamin Abana has, due to his background and being half Danish, half Nigerian, a strong interest in both African and Afro-American history and lifestyle, mix with european traditions, which is depicted in many of his paintings. Other keywords in his artwork is thoughts and feelings, that he visually brings to your attention in a realistic […]
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Pure Evil

To understand a bit about Pure Evil it is illuminating to know that he is a descendant of Sir Thomas More, the Lord Chancellor who wrote the controversial work Utopia and who was later beheaded by King Henry VIII. With this busy background (Sir Thomas was later canonised) it is only natural that Pure Evil […]
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Pipsqueak

A new member of the Black Pop family. Pipsqueak is the new improved formula of Plusminus Produkties. Politics, media and commercials are growing louder every day. Plusminus Produkties’ Pipsqueak wants to communicate louder as well. Although his voice might be too small to be heard, it never hurts to turn up the volume. To be […]
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Dot Dot Dot

DOT DOT DOT is a norwegian street artist with an unknown identity. He has been traveling around the world leaving his mark on many walls, especially in Norwegian cities. In Oslo he is represented at Gallery A. His work have 70s pop art references refreshed through modern street art aesthetics. He also has a rather […]
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Haha

The work of Haha explores the power of mass media within Australian popular culture. The reality TV phenomena, the religion of sport, criminal lifestyles, get rich quick & instant fame becomes the obsessions, the new virtues of the 21st century. By using multi-layered stencils of up to 40 layers Haha’s work is a reflection of […]
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Ole Ahlberg

I Ole Ahlbergs univers er barokkens skrællede citroner, timeglas, slukkede stearinlys, kranier og hvad der ellers findes af vanitas-symboler imidlertid erstattet af et mere moderne repertoire. Mest markant er forskellen mellem ting eller mennesker fra den ”virkelige” verden og tegneseriefigurerne. Ahlbergs mange pikant klædte damer, svaner, porcelænsting og skyer er malet på en overbevisende plastisk […]
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Contemporary Masters

Karel Appel Andy Warhol Alexander Calder Marc Chagall Rene Magritte Salvador Dali If interested in artworks from one or more of the artists please contact us – info@blackpop.me Share on Facebook
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BANKSY

We have a vast collection of Banksy art works with COA. Although the artist retains full anonymity, Banksy is believed to have been born in Bristol in 1974. Taking inspiration from the Bristol Underground Scene, the artist claims that his distinctive style, which combines stencil and graffiti writing, developed out of a need to quickly […]
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Casva

  Las Vegas // 99,5 x 70 cm // Recycled early 1900s oil painting with acrylic on canvas // POA All time slut // 40 x 60cm // Acrylic paints and marker on canvas // POA Casva is taking over // 135 x 95cm // Acrylic paints and marker on canvas // POA Chanel // […]
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Jean-Michel Basquiat

A rare private collection of ephemera and personal photographs of the artist is now available. If interested write to info@blackpop.me At an early age, BASQUIAT demonstrated an interest in art that was nurtured and encouraged by his parents. At the age of 16, BASQUIAT attended City-As-School where he met fellow artist Al Diaz. Together, they […]
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Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy

Jittagarn Kaewtinkoy was born in 1979 and completed his Bachelor of Fine Art at the Rajamangala Institute in 2001. In the current exhibition, Jittagarn has produced a series of portraits and paintings of well known politicians and of iconic personalities with the intent to explore their sense of commitment towards freedom and justice. It turns […]
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Beejoir

Originally from the UK, yet now thriving in Bangkok, Beejoir has become one of the most celebrated street artists within the london Urban art scene. While developing his style, Beejoir has focused mostly on political art inspired by world events, history, philosophy, politics, the newspaper and watching the media. His trade mark protests have appeared […]
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Cyclops

Spraypaint on walls in various urban locations, mixed media on paper. Very similar to Mau Mau and Beejoir is the London based street artist: Cyclops. Internet profiles suggest that Cyclops is anything but a cyclops. He does actually have two eyes, and he does see the world from more than one perspective. His artistic name […]
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Asger Bjørn

Explosive, temperamental, moving. Much can be said about the art of Asger Bjørn, but one thing is certain; it is never dull. Asger creates his pieces without reservation or compromise, something that is immediately recognizable. That said, the layers in his paintings also deserve mention, as there are many of them intertwined, twisting our perception […]
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Mau Mau

Spraypaint on walls in various urban locations. Spraypaint and marker pen on hardboard, canvas, paper and varied ed tion screen prints. Animation films. Mau Mau is mainly an urban grafitti artist – and an experienced one of his kind. His works are often huge, colorful and of a large number. The locations are various and […]
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Mantis

With a sense of bold irreverence and a keen spirit of contemporary culture-mining, the South African-born street artist known as Mantis has graced the forgotten walls of international locations including Los Angeles, Miami, Sydney, Bangkok and Berlin with an acerbic wit in a similar vein to that of British street artist giant Banksy. Using the […]
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Dface

Dface is an English multimedia street artist who uses spray paint, stickers, posters, and stencils. He grew up in London and had a childhood interest in graffiti. He credits this to Henry Chalfant’s coverage of New York subway graffiti in Spraycan Art and Subway Art, later as a teenager skateboarding and in particular Trasher magazine’s […]
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Matthew Small

Matthew Small is a London-based street artist who works mainly with mixed media on found metal. “Found” metal is simply recycled metal and mixed media could be anything from traditional oil paint to human hair to rubbish. Street art may be defined as art on the street that’s not graffiti. In this respect, Matthews work […]
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Martin Whatson

Stencil and spraypaint on canvas, paper, metal, steel signs and other stuff such as, stones, vinyls and abandoned windows. Various misures of artworks, in the price level of £100 – £2000 Martin Whatson is a young norwegian based artist. He originally studied Art andGraphic Design but after having discovered stencils and the urban art scene, […]
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Zak Ové

Zak Ové B. 1966 in London. He assisted his legendary father Horace Ové on numerous film shoots through his teens, before gaining a BA in ”Films as fine art” from St. Martin’s school of art in London. In more recent years, Zak Ove has been concentrated on protography as ”fine art”. see his full cv […]
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