Post-Club Fight in a Kebab Shop - Framed

Post-Club Fight in a Kebab Shop - Framed



A series of figurative works presenting fighters in various forms. Drawing inspiration from the moving figures of Universal Everything (180 studios, London) and the paintings of Helen Saunders and the Vorticists, the work is inspired by the aesthetic of old beat-em-up video games - Street Fighter II, Tekken 3, Double Dragon. It draws upon the romanticism of epic battles recalled, myth and legend, explores 'Brits Abroad' and drinking/dance culture, the boxer as hard-man and working-class hero, the immigrant as fighter and the perils of illegal immigration. Picasso's 'Les Demoiselles D'Avignon' and 'Guernica' are referenced in the work.

Oil & mixed media on canvas.

Framed in Limewashed Oak Tray Frame.

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Height 100 cm / 39 "
Width 130 cm / 51 "