Corporate Masculinity in Escrow: 3
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Gauche Painting on Watercolour Paper by Joshua Clarke, 2020.
Corporate Masculinity in Escrow is part of a larger series (four pieces in total). The Corporate Masculinity Series is an exploration of the trappings of male, corporate success in decay.
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Joshua Clarke is a self taught, visual artist based in England. He specializes in portraiture and figurative art, using allegory and surrealist settings to convey themes around mental illness, social isolation, politics, and social commentary. Originally from Wales, his inspirations are wide ranging, from Egon Shiele, Gustave Klimt, George Grosz and Lucian Freud, to Artemisia Gentileschi. He draws from each, but within the context of his own unique, expressive style.