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Harmony Korine on Exhibition A Launches Today

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American artist, Harmony Korine who is best known for his work in cinema including Gummo and Mister Lonely and Julien Donkey-Boy has launched a signed limited edition on Cynthia Rowley's Exhibition A today. The works are named Killa Klan and Killa Klan 2 and range from $250 to $360. Themes in this once described enfant terrible's work center around experiential moments of tension, loss, poverty and sorrow. Harmony's experiential motives, combined with his diverse career keeps people guessing at his next move will be. This piece is a great investment into the mind of an American cinematographer.
· Exhibition A [Official Site]