By using childrens toys as a medium, The Little Artists subtly express the absurdity of the "grand" artistic gestures that have been made by 20th century artists such as Duchamp and Hirst. Sean Hall, Senior Lecturer Goldsmiths.
The Little Artists' work to date has been an exploration of the iconic, a trawling through recent art history in an attempt at understanding the significance of the art work and the culture that creates it. Playful and irreverent but created with a genuine affection, their work while accessible in it's use of material and subject matter explores the more complex issues of process, identity, authorship, branding and art's relationship to consumerism and product.
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