Oli Epp's Dark Humor Artworks Invade Italy's Artissima Art Fair

View select works by the London-based artist.

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London-based artist Oli Epp is garnering fine art attention for his representational-meets-abstract paintings of life’s whimsical moments. Following his “Epiphanies” exhibition at the Semiose Galerie in Paris, the 24-year-old is now presenting works at the Artissima Art Fair in Turin, Italy. Large-scale paintings that reference identity in the digital age and consumer culture are observed with Epp’s painterly twists of humor. His pieces are shown alongside the works of Stefan Rinck and Laurent Proux.

View select works above and visit Semiose Galerie’s website to learn more. The Artissima Art Fair is open to the public starting today until November 4. Elsewhere in art,

Artissima Art Fair
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 12
Torino TO, Italy 10123

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