Jay-C God save the Queen, Painting, Pop Art, Street Art
JAY-C – the pseudonym of this innovative young artist known for his subversive use of familiar figures and symbols. Using a distinct and fine British sense of humour, he addresses stereotypes of modern society and his work, both playful and profound, stimulates us to question conventional social conceptions. JAY-C is a barometer responding to the world around us.
Having had his first solo exhibition in 2018, in the same year he did a collaboration with BoConcept on their iconic Imola chair, which was then sold for charity, raising awareness for the homeless. He has exhibited in various galleries and group shows in Munich, St. Moritz, London and Geneva.
- Creator Jay-C (1986, British)
- Creation Year 2020
- Dimensions Height: 39.38 in. (100 cm)Width: 39.38 in. (100 cm)Depth: 0.2 in. (5 mm)
- Medium Mixed Media,Pigment,Archival Pigment
- Movement & Style Pop Art
- Period 2010-
- Condition New
- Gallery Location Munich, DE
- Pop Art