Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is proud to present to showcase a collection of new work by Veng of Robots Will Kill. Veng's trademark characters have long been seen on the
street of many east coast cities in particular the New York City borough of Brooklyn he calls home.
About the Artist:
Originally from Staten Island, NY, Veng joined Robots Will Kill four years ago. About a year ago, he adapted his character series, lending his unique touch to the streets of NYC. As graffiti culture uses letters as a means of framework for their art, Veng attempts to morph his individual characters to become an ironic statement that blurs the line between fantasy and reality. Heavily influenced by the Flemish masters of the 15th century, he tries to capture the figurative emotions of the era, reworked within his own unique twist. Through doing so, Veng's characters warp time and space, adding a modern view of centuries past, or vice versa. His ambition rests within the ability to capture a moment in an alternate history and reinterpret it as to where the viewer becomes immersed within the art and feels as if they
are a part of the story.
A Failed Attempt in Flight, Oil and Mixed Media on Linen, 20x40in (51cm x 101.5cm), $950
In Part, Oil on Linen, 16x24in (40.5cm x 61cm), $400
Alone, Oil and
Mixed Media on Linen, 20x40in (51cm x 101.5cm), $950
Fish Eater, Oil and Mixed Media on Linen, 30x30in (76cm x 76cm), $750
About Carmichael Gallery:
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is fast gaining recognition as one of the major exhibitors of emerging international contemporary art on the US West Coast. After several years of organizing shows and private events, co-curators Seth and Elisa Carmichael opened Carmichael Gallery as a fresh alternative voice on the Los Angeles gallery scene. In just over one year they have established themselves as a major gallery with a global collector base.
Carmichael Gallery is located at 1257 N.