Conrad Johnson is a self-taught artist who studied visual merchandising at St. Martins School of Art and is from London. His paintings have stemmed from his days as a graffiti bomber with London graffiti crew World Domination. His work welds together the limited palette of the Renaissance period with everyday sightings, sub-cultures and dream like states.
The relationships in Conrad's paintings range from memories to abstract superstitions - exploring ‘clashing thoughts and idealisms’ says the artist.<br><br>
Whilst the works are unarguably contemporary, the thoughts transmitted are timeless, perhaps lost at points. Visual codes derived from puppetry, fashion magazines, children’s storytelling and cartoons have all been part of the structure of the show 3:20.
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