JonOne, ‘Untitled (Hanji editions)’, 2017, Galerie Brugier-Rigail

Silkscreen on korean paper Hanji
50 copies

Signature: signed and numbered lower in pencil by artist

Publisher: Galerie Brugier-Rigail Editions

Galerie Brugier-Rigail

About JonOne

Raised in Harlem during the heyday of graffiti art and hip-hop culture, JonOne creates oil on canvas paintings that reflect the culture of freestyle street art. Born John Andrew Perello, JonOne began tagging the streets of New York as a teenager in the early 1980s. After gaining notoriety and assembling his own tagging crew, JonOne relocated to Paris in the 1980s and began collaborating with the French artist Bando; he also began painting in oil on canvas, a practice that became an important part of his work in subsequent years. Although removed from the street, his studio work retains the same uninhibited energy as his graffiti-inspired work, boasting boldly colored, stylized calligraphy arranged in allover compositions that reflect the artist’s understanding of both urban walls and the space of the canvas.

American, b. 1963, New York, NY, United States, based in Paris, France