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Kip Omalade explores Hyperrealism with his chrome mask paintings.

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Brooklyn-based artist Kip Omolade explores luxury and immortality in his Diovadiova Chrome series, the historical Benin and Ife ivory inspired pieces to represent a trench between the physical and spiritual worlds.





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