Imon Boy’s works are rich in texture and content. You can find anything from lacquered toe nails, to the Ninja Turtles’ Raphael. The subjects portrayed in his works are mostly interlaced with his personal life, reflections and analyses.
„ Graffiti is wherever I want it to be, and that’s why it’s mine.“ – Imon Boy, 2019. Kolly Gallery is excited to present a new artist to the line up. Imon Boy is exhibiting his series entitled They Are Out There from November 4 to November 9, 2019. The artworks of the series They Are Out There represent two main perspectives views of Imon Boy, that connected to his graffiti universe. On the one side he depicts scenes of confrontation between graffiti writers and the scenes. Mostly these confrontation end with an interrogatory or arrest, but Imogen Boy adds a humorous twits to them. Nevertheless, the title They Are Out There clearly connotes that the the police, as the opponent, who is out there chasing writers. However, on the other side the artist painted incredibly detailed interiors. At the same time, the view into the interior reveals the artist’s various inspirations. The somewhat older spray cans, music system, television or Playstation indicate that the artist was strongly influenced by the 1990s. But he also grants other preferences a place in his interiors: such as plats, animals, video games, internet, cinema, music, travel and girls. Even wish as a child to become an astronaut was captured in one of his pictures. But graffiti, throw ups, sketches and his name Imon Boy are never missing in his art works! Imon Boy’s works are rich in texture and content. You can find anything from lacquered toe nails, to the Ninja Turtles’ Raphael. The subjects portrayed in his works are mostly interlaced with his personal life, reflections and analyses.