Clayton Brothers

Wanna Sip ,2009

Mixed media on stretched canvas
26 x 20 inches (66 x 50.8 cm.)
Very Good
Private Collection
Los Angeles
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Brothers Rob and Christian Clayton, known to the art world as the Clayton Brothers, are best known for the dynamic pieces they created together from 1996-2016 which incorporated elements of street art and surrealism. This piece invites a thousand different interpretations – is the head of the figure meant to also be a plant? Are the red elements referencing the inner workings – muscles, blood – of the figure? Why is the straw positioned closer to the eye than the mouth? Like many of their pieces, this challenges the viewer to examine each part of the piece, taking nothing for granted.

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