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Fin DAC - Changsegi

Sale price£195.00

Changsegi by Fin DAC

Giclee Print with Screen Print Varnish and embossed
300 Gsm Somerset Paper
24 x 24 cm
Unsigned open edition by Fin DAC Double stamped from Graffiti Prints & FinDac

Experience Fin DAC's stunning 'Changsegi' art print, produced with a meticulous attention to detail. This luxurious open edition piece features a giclée print enriched with a screen print varnish, embossed onto fine 300 gsm Somerset paper. This 24 x 24 cm artwork is breathtakingly beautiful and will add a touch of sophistication and exclusivity to any home.

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Price is inclusive of 20% VAT

Comes with Fin DAC's Certificate Of Authenticity

This artwork will be shipped flat packed

Pickup available at JG Contemporary

Usually ready in 24 hours

Fin DAC - Changsegi - JG Contemporary

Fin DAC - Changsegi

JG Contemporary

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

45 Churchfield Road
London W3 6AY
United Kingdom

+447525143009
Fin DAC - Changsegi - JG Contemporary
Fin DAC - Changsegi Sale price£195.00
Fin DAC

Fin DAC

Born in Cork, Ireland, but actively plying his trade worldwide, Fin DAC is a self-taught, non-conformist urban artist who has defined and perfected an atypical spray paint style he has dubbed ‘Urban Aesthetics’. This style has afforded him a sensationally successful career in just over a decade, with all of his works, print releases and originals now highly sought after. Safe to say, he is an artist with a now world-wide following of loyal collectors. Through his work, Fin explores themes related to female emancipation and empowerment, readjusting the male gaze and disrupting colonialist attitudes particularly surrounding the Eastern experience.

Fin is known for his depictions of Eurasian women and is inspired by traditional and ceremonial dressing, in which these subjects engage. His interest, however, is not superficial or thoughtless. In his illustration of these women, Fin DAC reframes racial and sexual stereotypes that surround them, crafting a narrative that celebrates their sensuality with cultural sensitivity, rather than appropriation.
When he works in an outdoor context, the women Fin DAC paints are often large and commanding, claiming ownership over their urban environment, but also equally feminine, with classically delicate features. Through this duality, Fin asserts that women are both powerful and vulnerable, aesthetic and intellectual, physically capable and with deep emotional reserves.
Although his murals are present in countries and continents all over the globe, Fin remains very much an outsider artist of the street art scene, preferring instead to plough his own, individual path with personal projects.