Jojo Anavim

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Jojo Anavim in his New York City studio, 2016.

Jojo Anavim is an American visual artist based out of New York City. Anavim frequently emulates Andy Warhol's screen printing process, combining it with his signature vintage collage backdrops and the application of a vibrant color palette that is inspired by Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg. [1]

Anavim began his career as a commercial artist working for such brands as W Hotels, Sephora and Universal Music Group.[1] Since transitioning to fine art, Anavim's work has been acquired by notable collectors Sheldon Adelson, Russell Simmons, A'mare Stoudemire, Seth McFarlane, Kylie Jenner, Kaskade among others.[1] Anavim's paintings also reside in the Coca-Cola archives museum in Atlanta, GA as well as high end hotels including NYC's Dream Hotels and The Surf Lodge in Montauk, NY.[2]

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