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Sepe’s new show at Lawrence Alkin gallery: grotesquely good

The Age of Grotesque at Lawrence Alkin gallery| Art-Pie

When we got the email about this show –The Golden Age of Grotesque by SEPE (aka Michał Sepe Wręga), we immediately got very excited as we knew for sure that it would be a good one. We have been following SEPE at Art-Pie for a while now and know he’s destined to great things and achievement in the art world. > More pics at the bottom of this article What is the show about? “Lawrence Alkin Gallery are thrilled to present ‘The Golden Age of Grotesque’,... Read More

SEPE’s art

At first glance, I thought I was looking at some Ian Francis‘ work but no this was in fact from a Polish artist called SEPE or Michal ‘SEPE’ Wrega. I instantly found the artist’s work remarkable and as Ian Francis’s work, you are drawn into the scene and want to get a feel of what is actually going on. SEPE’s work above all focuses on figurative paintings and, unlike Ian Francis, has got an urban edge. You will notice that the king looking character... Read More

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