Todd Selby's tour of Curtis Kulig's New York home allows his adoring fans to connect with the icon on a personal level. Snapshots of bicycles, book shelves and cans of paint are interspersed with candid looks at Kulig, sprawled out nonchalantly in his abode on wooden benches and comfy sofas.
While many may be accustomed to seeing Kulig's signature on installations and photographs, his face is lesser known. The Selby aims to connect fans with their idols and to do away with the mystery, showing a more human side to the likes of Aaron Young and Colin Tunstall. His review of Kulig offers up these very qualities as it captures him in his essence throughout his studio.
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