Hamilton-Selway Fine Art is pleased to present: Louis Carreon: New Editions

Like his predecessor, Carreon draws inspiration from a rich and chimerical personal narrative, built on a meaningful engagement with street culture, a life of travel, a personal struggle with addiction, incarceration, and luxury collaborations with the rich and the powerful. This wide exposure to the entire class structure of society gives Carreon’s work an intense criticism counterbalanced only by the immediacy of his brand. Both through symbolism and calligraphic gesture, Carreon constructs a new iconography reflecting the quasi-religious fervor and pseudo-dogma that has infiltrated the darker aspects of secular life. Through this same language, he suggests the possibility of a new redemption, a grace more powerful than daily micro-manipulations and the relentless pursuit of ill-gotten gains – a rebirth of disarmingly authentic that manifests itself with every brushstroke. .

Celebrate that of Louis Carréon work today by adding a limited edition print to your collection for just $ 1,500, frame included! If you’re in the LA area, see the in-person work at the gallery to experience the deliverance from the mundane that only great contemporary art can provide.

Hamilton-Fine Arts Selway, West Hollywood, California
8678 Melrose Avenue
West Hollywood, California 90069
310-657-1711

Hamilton-Fine Arts Selway is an internationally renowned gallery specializing in limited edition Pop Art prints and paintings. For three decades, their client list has included esteemed members of the Hollywood community, billionaire investors, Oscar-winning actors and people from all walks of life who simply love art.

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