Kehinde Wiley is a fusion painter whose work blur the boundaries between traditional and contemporary styles and plays with visual juxtapositions. These paintings take stereotypes of masculinity and envelope these characters with pattern and colour as diverse as Islamic Architecture, French Rococo, West African Textile to Urban Hip Hop.
2011 GCSE Art Exam People and Places
Learner Example: Nita 2011
Tags: Alternative Portrait, AQA, BTEC, BTEC First Certificate, BTEC First Diploma, Exam, Exam Brief, GCSE, Graffiti, In the city, Juxtaposition, Kehinde Wiley, Portrait, Portraiture, Stereotype, Surface Pattern, Urban