Changing The Guard (Tiger Face)
Medium: Mixed media on handmade paper, signed by the artist
Good To Know: Unframed, stored flat in humidity controlled art storage facility, CoA (Certificate of Authenticity) issued by Karl Marx Factory and signed by the artist, condition report available upon request.
Asking Price: Excludes international shipping and applicable import duties / charges. Please contact our gallery to obtain a shipping quote. Delivery within Singapore is free.
Arty-Fact: Crail's artwork is inspired by his experiences managing a strip club. The women on stage, the bouncers manning the club entrance and the colourful street life are reflected in his artwork.
Originating from the thought that art should be, above all, layered, his aesthetics are explicit. His paintings depict the randomness of the fetishes people have developed when influenced by the culture of capitalism. His art also shows a high admiration for the past.
About Crail Moansburg
Crail Moansburg is a Dutch pop artist known for his colourful and expressive artwork. Produced in his studio in the Karl Marx Factory in The Hague, the old iron curling factory is also the creative hub for the Crail Moansburg artist collective.
Moansburg was born to a German mother and American father. He attended the Royal Art Academy in Arnhem. Painting was not enough for the young artist, so he interrupted his career as an art student to become a manager in a club in the Spijkerkwartier district, the part of Arnhem previously known for its "red lights".
Inspired by the new job, Moansburg took up his paintbrush again. Behind the scenes, the artist captured the performers in the nightclub. He also used posters announcing club shows in the background of his work.
After the local authorities dismantled the club, Moansburg had no choice but to focus on his original talent again. Originating from the thought that art should be, above all, layered, his aesthetics are explicit. His paintings depict the randomness of the fetishes people have developed when influenced by the culture of capitalism. His art also shows a high admiration for the past.
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