We first saw this unique artist’s work in the last Biennale of Sydney then again recently at the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane. He combines a sublime mix of Buddhist iconography with pop culture references and is basically brilliant. He explores issues of identity, globalisation, hybridity and consumerism. We love that his artwork is so brave, yet gloriously colourful and bright.
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