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01 Chor Boogie - surfaceandsurface.comAmazing expressionist kaleidoscopic spray work from the highly dynamic Artist Chor Boogie. Chor Boogie impressive murals and canvas work are made exclusively using aerosol spray cans. He describes his work as:

“Abstract expressionism with a little street romantic voodoo along with emotional landscapes of a melodic symphony through color therapy.”

Chor has recently exhibited at the Torrance Art Museum in California, Scope Art Fair Miami and the Sarasota Chalk Festival. Chor Boogie is sponsored by Spanish Montana MTN 94 Spray Paint, and has a limited edition signature spray can which was launched at Art Basel Miami Beach, Florida this year.

Watch the videos below, first one is ‘MTN Colors x Gansevoort Miami Beach x Art Basel 2011’ a collaboration between MTN, Apexter, Chor Boogie, Kofie, Bam, Trek 6 and Neonski. Second video is an interview with Warholian in 2010. Check out his blog for updates and post of his progress through putting together some of his projects.

www.chorboogie.com

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15 Chloe Early - surfaceandsurface.com

Beautiful large scale fantastical kaleidoscopic paintings from Irish raised / London based Artist Chloe Early. I saw Chloe’s work for the first time in the Tramyard Gallery in Dalkey, Ireland back in 2006, her first solo show entitled ‘Spring Board’ and I really regret not shelling out the cash for one of her amazing paintings back then.

“Chloe Early’s current works are oil paintings on linen and aluminum. Large scale painterly montages, she works with an abstracted urban landscape background placing interchangeable motifs: divers, balloons, stars, herds of animals, always hinting at the opposing themes of apocalypse and redemption.”

Chloe Early exhibited with the Corey Helford Gallery at Scope Art Fair, Miami this year and had a solo exhibition at the Joshua Liner Gallery in New York entitled ‘Feathers and Wax’ back in November. Original works and limited edition prints are available through ‘Stolen Space Gallery‘ in London.

www.chloeearly.com

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