Grant Jurius's Pop Art Makes Him a Modern Andy Warhol with a Twist

By: Charl Bezuidenhout - Published: • References: blackboxgallery.co.za & pinterest
The Black Box Gallery June 2013 exhibition features street artist Grant Jurius on his debut solo exhibition with his Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat-influenced pop and urban art style, titled 'Nothing New.'

From street art graffiti to newspaper snippets, Jurius creates a retro, mixed-media pop art series. Though the message of the work may be that nothing is new, his interpretation of icons like Warhol and Basquiat’s styles make it relevant and totally fresh in a current urban art and social context.

Jurius creates a mixed media pop and urban art series that captures meaning and reflection using assorted colors, personal expression and Warhol edge. This art style is surely something many can appreciate. Stats for Moody Mixed-Media Pop Art Trending: Older & Mild
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