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Oil, acrylic and oil bar on linen
90 ½ x 71 in.
Nick Goss’ (b. 1981 Bristol, England) paintings often use thin, delicate washes punctuated by heavy brushstrokes to depicting fantastical scenes of an imaginary dystopia. Evoking a range of literary references from Huxley to McCarthy, with imagery culled from such diverse sources as his own photographs, comic-book material, and Social-Realist propaganda, they combine to create an exotic parallel universe.
Goss has had solo exhibitions at Josh Lilley Gallery, London and Simon Preston Gallery, New York. His work has been shown at Summlung Lenikus in Vienna, Anna Kustera in New York, and the Saatchi Gallery in London.