Ryan Mcginness: Studio Process Trailer

Ryan Mcginness: Studio Process Trailer (2014)

01 January 2014

Ryan McGinness has been coined as the Andy Warhol of our time. He's also been called a God, a leader of the new semiotics, and a pioneer of the contemporary art movement. Ryan McGinness: Studio Process, unveils the creative process and highlights Ryan McGinness at work. To witness McGinness at work in his studio is meditative and hypnotic, a complete contrast from the multi-layered work he is well known for. From iconic silkscreen graphics to black light paintings, McGinness creates a hybrid of experiences that move beyond the traditional canvas platform. A modern inventor in many respects, Ryan McGinness uses technology and the traditional method of silk-screening to create meditative experiences that reconstitute the meaning of beauty and timelessness.

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