Graffiti Artist, Lane Coggin

October 23rd, 2010 § 0 comments

Graffiti artist, Lane Coggin, credits Basquiat as a powerful model to paint what you feel.

$900

Raised in an offbeat atmosphere in Chelsea, his mother an abstract expressionist and father a commercial photographer, Lane spent most of his time on the urban streets graffiti writing.

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A creative seriousness developed with the use of one of his first big tags as the background for the Strikers’ album cover.

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After carrying on the family lineage and studying under close family friend, New York School abstract expressionist, Knox Martin, he eventually moved back to his roots as a graffiti artist comprising his street edgy sense of color and form with muted influences of Hofmann, Pollock, Krasner and de Kooning.

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With this dichotomy, Lane successfully weaves NY Street with NY School, intertwining movements are expressively placed to form a visual musicality that is often associated with the harmonies of Pollock.

$1800

See his work in person at Obscure Object

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