05.10.09 by Jeff

Adrian Ghenie

Paintings by Adrian Ghenie.

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adrian ghenie painter painting

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



  • jesper

    these paintings are truly ghenieus !

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  • yummy and twisted.
    what’s going on in the background of that last painting?

    • I guy is filming something.

  • yasmin

    I absolutely love the first one.

  • Bosco

    My god, my god!
    Man,I want his babies.

  • One of my all time faves! Thanks for posting Jeff

  • mila

    some of the bests things i’ve seen on here

  • makes me want to paint again, though when I try all I can think about is,……..

    the accident

  • MATEOBANKS

    Francis Bacon reincarnate.

  • rob

    awesome! Francis Bacon comes to mind

  • Savannah

    eerie and mesmerizing. like weird russian film noir movie stills or something.

    loving this so hard.

  • africa spear chucker

    i think bacon was a drunk queen from the distant future who did bad revisions of this guys pictorial space.

  • karin

    nice knowing who made the latest ‘get well soon’ LP cover :>

    vexations by get well soon

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  • truly amazing!

  • Cathal O’Blivion

    Amazing work – reminds me of Bacon and Goya

  • rob

    these things hurt me!

  • so gorgeous…

  • anny

    i always come back to this artist, he’s really inspired me. it’s definitely one of my favorites.

  • His work remind me a bit of Francis Bacon. Very interesting use of colors!

  • The person with the coat is GREAT!

  • I absolutely love the darkness to these. In terms of painting approach they are super nice in terms of looseness of application of paint and control of colour. Imagery is a perfect balance (for me) between representational and abstract – bang on!





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