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Sharp

Subway Sign, ca. 1995

Mixed media with spray enamel on authentic metal subway sign 42nd Street - Times Square
13 × 60 × 2 in
33 × 152.4 × 5.1 cm
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New York
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Sharp
American, b. 1966
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One of the original New York City subway graffiti artists, Sharp (a.k.a. Aaron Goodstone) now produces acrylic, mixed-media, and spray paint works on canvas. With roots in Caribbean and Jewish culture, Goodstone incorporates text into his vibrant abstract imagery, including Greek, Hebrew, Egyptian, and Roman alphabets. Now based in Europe, Goodstone has said that his graffiti practice provided a refuge from the difficult social environment in which he grew up. His style has been described as “Techno Abstract Symbolism”.

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Sharp
American, b. 1966
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One of the original New York City subway graffiti artists, Sharp (a.k.a. Aaron Goodstone) now produces acrylic, mixed-media, and spray paint works on canvas. With roots in Caribbean and Jewish culture, Goodstone incorporates text into his vibrant abstract imagery, including Greek, Hebrew, Egyptian, and Roman alphabets. Now based in Europe, Goodstone has said that his graffiti practice provided a refuge from the difficult social environment in which he grew up. His style has been described as “Techno Abstract Symbolism”.

Sharp

Subway Sign, ca. 1995

Mixed media with spray enamel on authentic metal subway sign 42nd Street - Times Square
13 × 60 × 2 in
33 × 152.4 × 5.1 cm
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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