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    KAWS : He Eats Alone

    By Silvana



    This product overview chronicles the inaugural art exhibition in the Middle East by KAWS (Brian Donnelly, born 1974, USA). The solo display delves into his career and expansive body of work, showcasing paintings and sculptures created over the past 20 years. KAWS' artwork is renowned for its polished and satirical humour, exploring the intersection of art and consumerism and drawing inspiration from both art history and popular culture.

    Donnelly's artistic journey began in the street art scene of the 1990s, gaining fame under the moniker KAWS, which became a signature element in his "sub-advertisements" (alterations of commercial artworks). Along with over 40 major pieces featured at the Garage Gallery, visitors can also view a separate collection of commercial collaborations designed by KAWS, including sneakers, skateboards, and toys, at Cafe 999. A monumental sculpture, COMPANION (PASSING THROUGH) (2013), standing at 5 meters tall in the


    - Material: Hardcover
    - Pages: 322
    - Size: 21.7 x 26 x 3.5 cm

    - 300 Illustrations

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