Mr. Brainwash

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    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    “The Beatles”

    2011
    Broken vinyl records and acrylic on canvas
    40 x 92 inches
    102 x 234 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • 2

    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Juxtapose

    2018
    Stencil and mixed media on canvas
    44 x 74 inches
    112 x 188 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • 3

    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Chaplin

    2017
    Silkscreen and mixed media on paper
    30 x 22.5 inches
    76 x 57 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • 4

    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Einstein

    2019
    Silkscreen and mixed media on canvas
    54 x 36 inches
    138 x 192 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • 5

    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Chaplin and Mickey

    2012
    Stencil and mixed media on canvas
    64 x 48 inches
    162 x 122 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
  • 6

    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Life is Beautiful

    2018
    Enameled Steel
    105 x 157 x 19.5 inches
    267 x 398 x 50 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity
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    Mr. Brainwash (b. 1966)

    Madonna

    2010
    Broken vinyl records on canvas
    150 x 36 inches
    127 x 92 cm

    Provenance
    Acquired directly from the artist’s studio
    This artwork is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity

Mr. Brainwash

Mr Brainwash Mr. Brainwash (b.1966) is the moniker of Los Angeles-based filmmaker and Pop artist Thierry Guetta. He has spent the better part of the last decade attempting to make the ultimate street art documentary. Meanwhile, inspired by his subjects, he started hitting the streets, from Los Angeles to Paris, with spray painted stencils and posters of his pop art inspired images.

He rapidly emerged as a renowned figure on the international street art scene. In June 2008, Mr. Brainwash made his art show debut with one of Los Angeles's most memorable solo exhibitions; Life is Beautiful, held at the historic CBS Studios on Sunset Boulevard. In addition to his widely recognized images, Life is Beautiful featured larger than life installations which included a 20-foot robot made of old televisions, a life-size recreation of Edward Hopper's Nighthawks and a pyramid made from 20,000 books. Originally scheduled to open for only two weeks, the exhibit was extended for three months, attracting more than 30,000 visitors.

Considered as one of the most prolific and talked about artists of today, Mr. Brainwash is also the subject of Banksy's documentary "Exit Through The Gift Shop," which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2010. Using Guetta's street art footage, Banksy eventually turned the camera on the only man who ever filmed him. The collaboration resulted in a remarkable documentary that is part personal journey and part an exposé of the art world with its mind-altering mix of hot air and hype.

On February 14th, 2010, Mr. Brainwash made his New York solo debut as he unveiled Icons, a 15,000 square-foot exhibition in the heart of Manhattan's Meatpacking District. The show featured paintings and silk screens of world icons, portraits of music legends constructed of broken records and large-scale sculptural installations such as a giant boom box and a NYC cab in a life-sized Matchbox packaging. The sold-out show was extended until early May 2010. Not only were major collectors acquiring Mr. Brainwash's works, but also prestigious auction houses including Christie's and Phillips. His art continues to garner recognition from art collectors and street-art enthusiasts alike. 


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