Paintings by Kim Cogan. San Francisco.
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i love the last one
Love the style of these.
All of these are amazing.
really nice paintings!
Weird, totally not a style I’m normally into, but I have to say I’m completely blown away by the 1, 2, and 4, especially the first, WOW.
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Amazing!!!! The first image is exactly how i picture winston smith’s secret flat in Orwell’s “1984”
so awesome! The others are fabulous as well… all love for Kim!
wow. love that it’s painterly and photographic at the same time.
Uh… Dat is breath taking!!! If i may I’ll put u on my blog MUST C List!! I want ppl i know to C this they’ll learn!!
Kim is one of my favorite painters – thundering underground feel & appeal and yet is as well painted if not better then most showing in NYC’s Chelsea Art District.
To see more of his work go to this site:
********Cogan’s next SOLO SHOW will be at Gallery Henoch, September 22, 2011******
– there will be a free party to celebrate from 6-8pm.
A SPECIAL THANKS to Jeff & BOOOOOM! for covering Kim Cogan’s paintings.
Best, Andrew Liss
Great work!! Can’t wait for your show at GALLERY HENOCH on Sept. 22- Oct 15th!!
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