As a curator choice, Sanogo's exhibition is extended for one week, to allowed more time for public to come to the gallery and view the astonishing artworks of this artist.
This exhibition includes 26 of his late artworks, in multimedia, oil on canvas and a combination of oil paints, acrylic and spray paint, as well as a beatboxing music video of the performance he had in L’Europeen in Paris together with Paulo Goude.
Sanogo was born in Paris, his family comes from the Ivory Coast, West Africa. He became a model at first, starting out in Paris at the tender age of 18, becoming the face of Paul Smith for 4 years and working with the likes of John Galliano, Paul & Joe and Wunderkind amongst many others.
This world of fashion with its strong emphasis on beauty and iconic status played heavily onto Sanogo's creative side, so that as an artist, these concerns are dominant in his imagery, technique and choices of bright, almost garish colour palette.
Moussa Sanogo has exhibited his work all over the world, recently being included as one of the 'Top 100 Street Artists' to exhibit at the first ever 'Street Art Fair International' in LA. His biggest collector so far is the the music icon Grace Jones who has acquired more than 30 pieces of his works and continues to be a passionate supporter. This entire collection purchased by Grace Jones is to be exhibited at the V&A.
The latest exhibitions include: Street Art Fair International Siren Studios, Hollywood, Los Angeles, L’Afrique Creative Door, Paris, France, L’Afrique Crypt on the Green, Clerkenwell, London, Transient Contemporary and Modern Art, Artists Corner, Hollywood, Los Angeles.
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