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CLANDESTINE CULTURE is an American contemporary artist working in Miami,Florida. He was born in 1970 and moved to Miami in the early 90s. By the year 2000 he started working as an urban artist. His work is characterized by large format works on paper that use wheatpaste applications on urban buildings. His work uses images with a red CLANDESTINE CULTURE logo stamped on the bottom. In 2012 he had his first solo show. He has had several group exhibitions. In 2013, he took part at the Scope Art Fair during "Art Basel Miami Beach". In the year 2014, his second solo show was presented at the Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art gallery. He works in many different formats; from painting and sculpture to street art installations.
The artist is known for his strong social criticism and portrayal of taboo subjects, often in a disturbing or controversial way. His work is produced in a variety of mediums, which includes works on paper,canvas neon and banners. One of the works invited to a round table on taboo issues is "Sex Shouldn't Be A Crime". Displayed during his second solo show at the Gregg Shienbaum Fine Art Gallery, this particular work references the topic of "legal prostitution". Culture also produces Street Art. Large format images are painted on paper with latex paint, and are glued to walls using the wheatpaste method.