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Self-Inflicted

JonOne
2014
Ink and acrylic on canvas
80.0053.50

JonOne (previously John Andrew Perello; Jon156) is a graffiti artist who moved from a 1980s tagging community in Harlem to a group of graffiti and contemporary artists squatting in an abandoned hospital in Paris. Through the tutelage of the late Anthony Clark (a.k.a. A-one) JonOne began to see his activities as art in an elevated sense, and in Paris began to create paintings on canvas alongside his more subversive works. Leveraging the overlap between the Parisian graffiti and contemporary art scene, JonOne rose through the gallery infrastructure of Europe, eventually selling single canvases for tens of thousands of dollars at auction there and in the States. Today, JonOne’s work represents an unlikely and rare bridge between American Abstract Expressionism and the early roots of New York and French hip-hop culture—frenetic, layered compositions, boiling over with rebellious color and bold line.

 

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JonOne (previously John Andrew Perello; Jon156) is a graffiti artist who moved from a 1980s tagging community in Harlem to a group of graffiti and contemporary artists squatting in an abandoned hospital in Paris. Through the tutelage of the late Anthony Clark (a.k.a. A-one) JonOne began to see his activities as art in an elevated sense, and in Paris began to create paintings on canvas alongside his more subversive works. Leveraging the overlap between the Parisian graffiti and contemporary art scene, JonOne rose through the gallery infrastructure of Europe, eventually selling single canvases for tens of thousands of dollars at auction there and in the States. Today, JonOne’s work represents an unlikely and rare bridge between American Abstract Expressionism and the early roots of New York and French hip-hop culture—frenetic, layered compositions, boiling over with rebellious color and bold line.

 
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LANA CARLSON is an international curator who started her career in Paris and St. Petersburg after receiving an education at the Sorbonne and School of Louvre. As founder and director of Modern Art Gallery, Lana has curated numerous exhibitions and participated in art fairs around the world. Lana also curated and produced the first ever state museums exhibitions of Auguste Rodin in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg.

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