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Kent Monkman

Study of Apollo and Hyancinthus, 2008

Watercolor and gouache on paper.
21 1/2 × 14 1/2 in
54.6 × 36.8 cm
This is a unique work.
$6,500
location
Toronto
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Caviar20
Toronto
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Kent Monkman is one of Canada's most acclaimed and notorious multidisciplinary artists today.

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Kent Monkman is one of Canada's most acclaimed and notorious multidisciplinary artists today.
Hijacking the landscapes and pictorial scenes (reminiscent of the Hudson River School, Cornelius Krieghoff or Paul Kane) Monkman adds a homoerotic revisionist anarchy to Canadian colonial images.

His works are filled …

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Signed and dated (15/01/2008) by the artist.
Kent Monkman
Canadian, b. 1965
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Kent Monkman, a painter, filmmaker, and illustrator of Cree descent, appropriates and disrupts the …

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Kent Monkman, a painter, filmmaker, and illustrator of Cree descent, appropriates and disrupts the visual language of Western art history in order to draw attention to the devastating affects of colonialism, particularly focusing on its impact on sexuality. By injecting Canada’s First Nations people into romanticized …

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Caviar20
Toronto
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Kent Monkman is one of Canada's most acclaimed and notorious multidisciplinary artists today.

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Kent Monkman is one of Canada's most acclaimed and notorious multidisciplinary artists today.
Hijacking the landscapes and pictorial scenes (reminiscent of the Hudson River School, Cornelius Krieghoff or Paul Kane) Monkman adds a homoerotic revisionist anarchy to Canadian colonial images.

His works are filled …

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Signature
Signed and dated (15/01/2008) by the artist.
Kent Monkman
Canadian, b. 1965
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Kent Monkman, a painter, filmmaker, and illustrator of Cree descent, appropriates and disrupts the …

Read more

Kent Monkman, a painter, filmmaker, and illustrator of Cree descent, appropriates and disrupts the visual language of Western art history in order to draw attention to the devastating affects of colonialism, particularly focusing on its impact on sexuality. By injecting Canada’s First Nations people into romanticized …

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Kent Monkman

Study of Apollo and Hyancinthus, 2008

Watercolor and gouache on paper.
21 1/2 × 14 1/2 in
54.6 × 36.8 cm
This is a unique work.
$6,500
location
Toronto
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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