by Meagan Boyd
At times, walking down the street in Los Angeles may seem chaotic, filled with different personas, egos, and odd characters. But when we slow down to carefully observe those who stand out, we become aware of the art in one’s style. It resonates in the way they move, walk, speak, perform, or create. Over the past few months, I have been examining artists who have literally become the art themselves and have narrowed my analytical focus to four brilliant examples of people who evoke the idea of conceptual style on so many levels: Seraphime Angelis, Yasmine Kittles, Geneva Jacuzzi, and Michael Nhat.
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