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How & Nosm

Disappearance, 2013

Silkscreen with hand-coloring, collage and spray paint
52 × 40 in
132.1 × 101.6 cm
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New York
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Published by Pace Editions, Inc.
How & Nosm
Spanish
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Known as How & Nosm, identical twin brothers Raoul and Davide Perre create large-scale spray-painted murals that adorn walls in cities across the world, as well as prints and paintings on canvas. Executed in their signature palette of reds, whites, and blacks, the artists’ complex, meticulously detailed designs are populated by geometric patterns and stylized characters engaged in dubious activities. Their work frequently references personal history, including their experiences living under Franco’s dictatorship in Spain, and themes of duality that investigate their genetic bond and collaborative endeavors.

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Published by Pace Editions, Inc.
How & Nosm
Spanish
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Known as How & Nosm, identical twin brothers Raoul and Davide Perre create large-scale spray-painted murals that adorn walls in cities across the world, as well as prints and paintings on canvas. Executed in their signature palette of reds, whites, and blacks, the artists’ complex, meticulously detailed designs are populated by geometric patterns and stylized characters engaged in dubious activities. Their work frequently references personal history, including their experiences living under Franco’s dictatorship in Spain, and themes of duality that investigate their genetic bond and collaborative endeavors.

How & Nosm

Disappearance, 2013

Silkscreen with hand-coloring, collage and spray paint
52 × 40 in
132.1 × 101.6 cm
Contact For Price
Location
New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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