The Ron English 'Season in Supurbia' Exhibit is Ripe With POPaganda

By: Taylor Keefe - Published: Nov 22, 2011 • References: popaganda & juxtapoz
If you have ever had the chance to view this controversial artist's work, the Ron English 'Season in Supurbia' exhibit should not be all that shocking. Incorporating many motifs that made him revered in the art community, Ron English has opened his latest collection of pop parodies and icons remixes to the public, reflecting life in middle America, or "suburbia."

The Ron English 'Season in Supurbia' exhibit is the latest collection of work by the notoriously subversive street artist. The exhibit is laced with his trademark style, which he dubs 'POPaganda:' a blend of high and low cultural hallmarks transformed by his stunning technique and use of color, creating a visual language of evolution. The exhibit is English's interpolation of modern suburban life, cosumer culture and politics. This form of POPaganda is simply described as "suburban surrealism."

The Ron English 'Season in Supurbia' exhibit is his first solo show in Los Angeles in over a decade and can be viewed at the Corey Helford Gallery. Stats for Pop Icon Parody Galleries Trending: Older & Mild
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