26.01.09 by Jeff

Kehinde Wiley

Paintings by Kehinde Wiley. Hip hop culture meets The Renaissance.

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance

kehinde wiley painter painting urban Renaissance













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Jolin

    YOO, i have seen this stuff around before – sooooo good.

  • What a fabulous combination! Thanks for showcasing these wonderful art.

  • poo pants

    I am so loving these Gay thugs, friggin fabulous!

  • joe

    He is very talented

  • Genius!! Pure genius. Kehinde is the truth. I am completely blown away by his images. By far my current favorite artist. He is also an intellectual who really gets art. Keep painting my man..keep painting!

  • Jenn

    his stuff is at the CMA! it’s absolutely stunning!





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