Now, as everyone has even more reason to seek out the next Jean-Michel Basquiat, Louis Carreon, a California-based contemporary artist, is enjoying an uptick in appreciation for his work. Carreon, whose colorful oeuvre at first glance recalls the aforementioned superstar’s—what with its crudely rendered figures and street-style flair—is collected by a number of L.A. celebrities of a certain ilk: Paris Hilton, Colin Farrell, Aaron Paul of Breaking Badfame. Colorful, too, is his own past. Before arriving on the West Coast art scene, he spent time in federal prison for drug-related crimes.
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There is no place like Miami during Art Basel, while the entire focus on art. The meeting of the different worlds is something that we all strive for. To celebrate this, Denison Yachting organized an exclusive event centered around the art narrative of Louis Carreon, a Californian contemporary artist. With a colorful past to draw on, his work is not merely modern art or street art but modernism told in a voice that drips onto the canvas … or the wall … or a yacht.
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