KAWS retrospective opens in New York

New York (AFP) – A retrospective of acclaimed US street artist KAWS opened in New York on Friday, featuring his trademark skull-headed figures. The artist’s unique creations have been featured around the world but the exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum marks the first major retrospective in his 25-year career. “KAWS: What Party”, traces the artistic journey of Brian Donnelly, ex-graffiti artist turned painter and sculptor. The exhibition, which runs until September 5, features his anti-heroes Companion and Chum, whose faces are inspired by skulls on pirate flags. Companion’s body is reminiscent…

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