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Small Monk Table

Land of Tomorrow

Small Monk Table

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Description: Large Monk Table:

  • Contemporary wooden coffee table
  • Crafted in the same fashion as Yate's Master and Servant series
  • Measures 24 inches square by 12 inches in height
  • Wipe with a dry cloth

Jason Yates Artist Bio:

Jason Yates is a visual artist who began exhibiting his art in 1991 and in 1992 collaborated with George Clinton (Parliament/Funkadelic) on a series of drawings and paintings. He was raised in Beverly Hills, Michigan, a suburb of Northwest Detroit. He attended Seaholm High School in Birmingham, Michigan. He later attended the Center of Creative Studies in Detroit. He was affiliated with Detroit artists John Bell and Matt Blake, former members of Propellar Studio. Yates moved to Los Angeles in 1997 and attended Art Center's Master of Fine Arts Program. Yates studied with artists Mike Kelley, Mayo Thompson, Larry Johnson, Liz Larner, and Bruce Hainley. Yates is best known for the decidedly influential Fast Friends Inc. project, a body of work that synthesizes various cultural histories in the form of highly obsessive, large format xerographed drawings that are hand colored. Within the context of concert posters- the highly regressive and tension filled works on paper are covered in novelty stickers, googly eyes, reflective mylar, yarn, and glitter. These extremely labored, one-of-a-kind posters were exhibited, free for the taking, in public spaces around Hollywood and proliferate on internet social networks such as MySpace. The art decadently promoted assorted Los Angeles bands such as Ariel Pink (aka Ariel Rosenberg), Holy Shit, and The Bubonic Plague. Yates has also made sculptural environments, mixed media paintings, and various projects for Animal Collective, Black Dice, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Don Bolles, Portland Oregon's Dead Moon, and created the covers for Los Angeles art and literary journal - penny-ante.

Material: Wood

Care: Wipe with a damp cloth

Brand: Land of Tomorrow

Origin: United States