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Art of Yoyo Lander: Cubism Meets Realism

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20 Nov Art of Yoyo Lander: Cubism Meets Realism


Yoyo Lander

Meet Yoyo Lander, an autodidactic painter residing and working in Los Angeles, CA who paints renditions of personal photographs and stories from indigenous women. Filled with themes of joy, identity, sisterhood and community, her work explores unconventional color palettes and is an arrangement of brown color harmonies, placed on backgrounds of both subtle and loud color blocks. In an interview with Atlanta’s The Grey District Magazine, Yoyo describes her inspirations to come from traveling abroad and the complexity and beauty of women. View her artwork from her When Joy Overcomes Pain exhibit above and see more of her work on





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