Costa Rican artist John Paul Fauves recently launched a new solo exhibition at Dopeness Art Lab in Taipei, Taiwan. Entitled “MI/ME,” the presentation will feature a new range of experimental paintings as well as handmade mask sculptures. Fauves’ work largely portrays unique interpretations of classic cartoon characters which he calls “New Pop Expressionism.” With this show, the artists “relates themes that interact with cultural and social media chaos on a daily basis,” said JM Art Management.
“MI/ME” is on view until August 19. Head over to JM Art Management’s official website to learn more and watch the video below to get a closer look at the art masks. In related news, take a look at this week’s best art drops.
Dopeness Art Lab
No.60, Lane 308, Section 3, Heping E. Road
Da’an District, Taipei City 10676