Me

Victor Koroma

I study pop culture history with fine art photography of consumer products.

Instead of responding to the traditional themes and objects captured by master still life photographers and painters, my work responds to the pop cultural objects people in my generation grew up with. Video game cartridges instead of fruits. Cigarette packages instead of flowers. Bright Saturday morning cartoon aesthetics, instead of Chiaroscuro aesthetics. Allegories about pop culture arranged with manufactured Duchampian objects. I advertise pop culture history with fine art photography of consumer products.

A mixed media synthesis that blurs boundaries. Utilizing elements of paintings, illustrations, and sculpture to create still life artworks.

A first place fine art winner in PDN’s 2017 Objects of Desire contest. A 2016 Print Magazine “New Visual Artists” ( 15 under 30 ) award winner.

Born in Freetown Sierra Leone. Grew up in Alexandria Virginia. Lives and works in Los Angeles.