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Imitate Modern is a contemporary London art gallery, representing a range of emerging, living international artists, based in the heart of London: Mayfair, Shepherd Market. The gallery represents 17 artists and has additional works available from 45, working in the media of painting, sculpture, prints, books, silkscreens, fashion and contemporary photography. Some of our represented talents include artists, Banksy, Tyler Shields, CB Hoyo, Henry Hate and Illuminati Neon.
CB Hoyo’s work intersects art histories with witticism, colour and punch. Most famously featuring Andy Warhol, Rene Magritte and Mark Rothko, Hoyo’s work looks back at historical trends to infuse freshness and self-perspective into a multiplicity of mediums, while questioning artistic authenticity and monetary idolisation.
Kaleidoscopic and unabashed, Henry Hate’s art examines the dichotomies of life such as sin versus salvation as well as questioning religion, sexuality, appropriation, beauty and iconoclasm. A practicing tattoo artist, Hate has worked with cultural icons such as Alexander McQueen and Amy Winehouse on some of their most memorable tattoos.
With a portfolio brandishing names such as Lindsay Lohan, Mischa Barton, Emma Roberts, Aaron Paul, Lydia Hearst, the contemporary artist, photographer and filmmaker, Tyler Shields strives to challenge the modern concepts of portrait photography. He captures American modern life through exploring the fictional nature of the historical and the classical in a shifting landscape of identities.
Luc Waring is a British artist recognised for elegantly playing with our obsession with branding, advertisement and consumerism. He explores the trends and pressures adopted by our modern society, whilst satirically examining the mechanics of capitalism and so-called ‘democracy’. This depth, and move from a focus on the ‘craft’ came about when Waring explored the notion of identity.
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