Moving between abstraction and figuration, Brooklyn-based artist Nathaniel Mary Quinn created large-scale paper works inevitably influenced by past memories and present experiences. He assembles facial features and formulates hybrid creatures that set out to explore the actual human identity in its full complexity, both grotesque and aesthetic, soft and robustly exaggerated, beautiful yet melancholic.
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