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This is Joe Sola’s first ever artwork on a blockchain. It is titled Five Hands and it depicts five hands clasping what appears to be cans of some kind (perhaps beer cans) set against a very subtly coloured background. When Joe was asked to describe the meaning behind his piece he said ‘hands is what makes the world go round’. Joe’s Cryptograph is supporting Lide Haiti which provides academic support and arts programs to help empower and strengthen the youth of Haiti.
Joe Sola is an American conceptual artist who lives and works in LA. He is known for his satirical works and for using a huge range of mediums to convey his art including video, VR, drawing, painting, performance and more. In his famous Studio Visit (2005) piece he jumped out of his studio window and in his For Portraits (2013) work he installed his the entire exhibition within his gallerist’s ear. He exhibits globally and recent solo exhibitions include Honor Fraser Gallery, Los Angeles (2020) and TIF SIGFRIDS, Athens, GA (2019). He has exhibited widely at museums including: Kunsthaus Graz, Musée d’Art Moderne Grand-Duc Jean, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art , The Andy Warhol Museum and many more. His work is in many private and public collections including the Hammer Museum, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the High Museum, and the Museum of Modern Art.
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