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James Unsworth New Group Exhibition “Supergraphic” At Sartorial Contemporary Art

 James Unsworth New Group Exhibition “Supergraphic” At Sartorial Contemporary Art

Sartorial Contemporary Art will present Supergraphic a show of three outstanding new artists. They are the painting and printmaking equivalent of watching an episode of CSI or a Paul Verhoeven film. You see things that make you squirm and feel a little queasy, but you can’t look away as the knife crunches through bone with all the super graphic beauty that computers can generate.

James Unsworth combines an intense graphic beauty with disquieting scenes of murder, sex, and other mayhem, a nod to Bosch and a bash in the face.


James Unsworth graduated from the Royal College of Art in 2006 and has exhibited widely since, including a solo exhibition at Raw Art Gallery, his work has been featured in Dazed and Confused magazine and The Independent newspaper.

Sartorial Contemporary Art
101A Kensington Church Street
London W8 7LN
www.sartorialart.com

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April 3, 2008 - Posted by | Art Exhibitions, Artists, News, raw art gallery, Tel Aviv - Israel | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I’s great to see that computer assisted graphic art is gaining acceptance by galleries, museums and collectors.

    This is an inevitable process and we will see more an more of this happening as time progresses and the PC generation, and even more so, the 1st web generation matures.

    For a full explanation as to why this is so you may want to visit my blog post: “Moore’s law and the evolution of Digital Art” at: http://www.digitalartprintgallery.com/digiart-blog/18.html

    All the best – this a great blog : )

    Mike

    Comment by Mike Darnell | May 3, 2008 | Reply


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