James Guppy: In Flagrante Delicto

New suite of theatrical paintings centred on Corporatocracy

The subject matter of ‘In Flagrante Delicto’ is Corporatocracy, centred on the big multinational corporations and banks wielding what many would agree is a disproportionate amount of power.

Art Exhibition previously on at MAY SPACE in Waterloo precinct, New South Wales, Australia.
From Tuesday 01 September 2015 to Saturday 26 September 2015

James Guppy, 'The Remains of the Day' 2015 image

Published by MAY SPACE on Tuesday 25 August 2015.
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Guppy has appropriated “the man in the suit” as the symbol for this new religion, where economics take precedence over ethics, shareholders are prioritised and workers are underpaid. Exerting his own artistic alchemy, each work is pervaded by his innate and unique sense of humour.

Brenda May Gallery will be presenting a small selection of these paintings by James Guppy in the second edition of Sydney Contemporary, Australia’s newest international art fair from 10-13 September 2015, booth A20. Additionally, the works will travel to Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre for an exhibition on view from 30 September 2016 to 12 February 2017.


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