Malachi Farrell’s exhibition
The fighting art

Malachi Farrell is an engaged artist, denouncing with a squeaky humor the crazy world we live in. His sculptures robotise banal objects, moving their initial functions to a more spiritual path. In his graphic works, he’s using chirurgical masks, in which he uses each ply to give volume to his drawings. His collages are portraits of our great 20th century heroes, who were fighting for civil rights and against the segregation of blacks. He’s using with a true dexterity the Wax tissue produced in Holland, an other symbol of the colonial struggles.

Cyrille Putman.

Untitled, 2021
(Hospital)
Chirurgical mask, mixed techniques, 9 x 17 cm

500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Woman)
Chirurgical mask, mixed techniques, 9 x 17 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Child)
Chirurgical mask, mixed techniques, 9 x 17 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Fence)
Chirurgical mask, mixed techniques, 9 x 17 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(George Floyd)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

 

 

Untitled, 2021
(Angela Davis)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Nelson Mandela)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Martin Luther King)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Malcolm X)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

Untitled, 2021
(Child soldier)
Paper and wax (African tissue), 32 x 24 cm
500 €

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