Do what you love, realm three (by Gonkar Gyatso)

New York and London-based Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, recently had his work shown at Art Basel in Miami 2012. He explores the boundaries, connections and conflicts associated with pop culture through the iconic form of Buddha. The serene, recognizable posture of the cross-legged man is interrupted with an onslaught of polychromatic labels, brand cut-outs, stickers and various commercial flotsam.
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Do what you love, realm three (by Gonkar Gyatso)

New York and London-based Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, recently had his work shown at Art Basel in Miami 2012. He explores the boundaries, connections and conflicts associated with pop culture through the iconic form of Buddha. The serene, recognizable posture of the cross-legged man is interrupted with an onslaught of polychromatic labels, brand cut-outs, stickers and various commercial flotsam.
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Do what you love, realm three (by Gonkar Gyatso)

New York and London-based Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, recently had his work shown at Art Basel in Miami 2012. He explores the boundaries, connections and conflicts associated with pop culture through the iconic form of Buddha. The serene, recognizable posture of the cross-legged man is interrupted with an onslaught of polychromatic labels, brand cut-outs, stickers and various commercial flotsam.
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Do what you love, realm three (by Gonkar Gyatso)

New York and London-based Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, recently had his work shown at Art Basel in Miami 2012. He explores the boundaries, connections and conflicts associated with pop culture through the iconic form of Buddha. The serene, recognizable posture of the cross-legged man is interrupted with an onslaught of polychromatic labels, brand cut-outs, stickers and various commercial flotsam.
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Do what you love, realm three (by Gonkar Gyatso)

New York and London-based Tibetan artist Gonkar Gyatso, recently had his work shown at Art Basel in Miami 2012. He explores the boundaries, connections and conflicts associated with pop culture through the iconic form of Buddha. The serene, recognizable posture of the cross-legged man is interrupted with an onslaught of polychromatic labels, brand cut-outs, stickers and various commercial flotsam.

Source: travelingcolors

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