Dictators. From Big Daddy Hussein to Flavor Fidel. The Dictator Hall of Fame by the artist Pete Kirill and commissioned by the Hollywood Mega Mural Project, a big exhibition.
The Dictator Hall of Fame, located at 1937 Hollywood Blvd. Hollywood, FL, is the new exhibition by Pete Kirill. If you have the chance, don’t miss the opportunity of seeing Pete Kirill Neo-pop art work. It’s worth.
The Dictator hall of Fame is an exhibition with Pop portraits of the “illest” dictators form around the globe. The term “illest” is a hip-hop term that means “the maddest, sickest, best shit.” This installation was commissioned by the Hollywood Mega Mural project.
This installation has 5 dictators in The Hall of Fame. The dictators featured are Big Daddy Hussein, MC Arafats, Kim Jong-Rodman, MC Chavez and Flavor Fidel. Complete with a portrait of each dictator and one piece of fake memorabilia from each portrait. For example, the portrait titled, Flavor Fidel depicts the Cuban dictator holding a microphone, so under his painting on the shelf is a microphone. MC Arafats has sunglasses on his shelf like the one’s portrayed in the painting.
The Dictator Hall of Fame series focuses on famous dictators worldwide. A strong connective tissue joins dictator worship and celebrity idolization, as these these leaders increasingly resemble American Pop icons versus heads of state.
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