A transplant of Miami, Matthew Ryan Herget is looking to embark on the Los Angeles art scene with vivid color and speed that presents... #StudioVisit with Matthew Ryan Herget

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A transplant of Miami, Matthew Ryan Herget is looking to embark on the Los Angeles art scene with vivid color and speed that presents a visual emotion that captures the viewer’s attention as well as riddle their vision in awe. With his latest series of painting depicting LAPD officers in poses traditionally reserved for Gang photos, Matthew tries to get the viewer to see both sides of the current picture of Law Enforcement.

On the heels on his latest solo show “There’s No Place Like Now” at Mugello Contemporary, Herget prepares his work for collectors in Los Angeles while simultaneously getting primed for Art Basel Miami. Where ever these pieces are show, they will be sure to raise some eyebrows because the process of creation is simply a gift to watch. See more photos below and follow Matthew at @MRHerget on Instagram.

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Badir Mccleary

Art Journalist. Documentarian. Co-Owner of Gallery 38 in Los Angeles. Master of Art in Art Business at Sotheby's Institute of Art. Drucker School of Management. Art enthusiast looking to become your favorite curator, consultant and director.

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