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Remi Rough, Continuation, © Scream Gallery, London
Remi Rough was born in South East London in 1971 and has lived and worked in the city ever since. He is a leading figure within the new movement of urban modernist painters and his work explores the relationship of balance, tension and colour with geometric theory. Continuation heavily references Remi’s signature fluorescent pink spray paint in a clean geometric form which hangs suspended within a structured composition, while playing with negative space against his precise lines and overlapping coloured surfaces.
This painting works beautifully as a pocket square, providing strong contrasting colours that really jump from the pocket and works beautifully when the pinks and whites contrast with a dark blue jacket.
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