Ré Phillips

Ré Phillips

Artwork

 Martin Luther the KING, 2019
Ré Phillips

Martin Luther the KING, 2019

mixed media

25 x 40 in

$1,200.00

Kandake Mask, 2019
Ré Phillips

Kandake Mask, 2019

acrylic on white clay

13 x 13 x 4 in

$850.00

Oscar Wilde, 2019
Ré Phillips

Oscar Wilde, 2019

mixed media

72 x 60 in

$5,500.00

Cleopatra vs the Roman Invasion, 2019
Ré Phillips

Cleopatra vs the Roman Invasion, 2019

48 x 60 in

$4,500.00

Malala vs the Taliban, 2019
Ré Phillips

Malala vs the Taliban, 2019

mixed media

48 x 60 in

$3,200.00

Peace Begins with a Smile, 2019
Ré Phillips

Peace Begins with a Smile, 2019

mixed media

72 x 60 in

$5,500.00

Ibeji: Kehinde, 2019
Ré Phillips

Ibeji: Kehinde, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$450.00

Ode to India I, 2019
Ré Phillips

Ode to India I, 2019

mixed media

10 x 8 in

$200.00

Rosa Parks vs Jim Crow, 2019
Ré Phillips

Rosa Parks vs Jim Crow, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$800.00

Ibeji: Taiwo, 2019
Ré Phillips

Ibeji: Taiwo, 2019

mixed media

30 x 30 in

$450.00

Of Dreams & Hustles, 2016
Ré Phillips

Of Dreams & Hustles, 2016

mixed media

40 x 60 in

$2,400.00

Womb to the Tomb, 2019
Ré Phillips

Womb to the Tomb, 2019

mixed media

36 x 48 in

$4,000.00

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Ré Phillips
Born in Georgia and educated at Stanford and Oxford, Ré Phillips (b. 1988) is an artist whose work explores art as ethnography. The prominent themes in her work include diaspora and migration, civil and human rights, language and semiotics, and symbols of faith and peace- all through a global lens. She has exhibited her art in New Delhi, Barcelona, Oxford, Ankara, Guangzhou, Atlanta and Palo Alto. As a Georgia native, Ré grew up amidst the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement. In addition to being influenced by Dr. Martin Luther King’s ideas of non-violence, her work is also deeply informed by her background as an international cultural envoy performing with national theater companies around the world, as well her experiences living, working, and studying in 30 countries. Ré describes herself as, “A storyteller– a painterly griot of sorts. My stories are layered and address local and global dilemmas through a deeply personal lens– a lens which marries true narratives together with fanciful fiction. Ultimately, I hope to alchemize both personal and global socio‐political struggles into works of beauty, hope, and fascination, for both the viewers and for myself.”
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