Laissez-faire by Will Coles, Chippendale, Sydney

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“This is a sort of memorial and celebration of true capitalists: bank robbers. These are the true capitalists, the epitome of real laissez-faire capitalism. Hostile takeovers, short term/high risk investors & the ultimate in self-regulating industries.” Will Coles

More at the artist’s website here

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3 Responses to Laissez-faire by Will Coles, Chippendale, Sydney

  1. Great find! You can find versions all over Sydney including on our Gallery wall.

    • jk says:

      I saw this one after visiting the White Rabbit Gallery- it makes me happy to see art move from inside to outside in such a seamless transition!
      Will’s aesthetic is reminiscent of cast pieces by Hany Armanious, and his use of concrete as a medium allows him to explore the transience of contemporary society. I’ll look forward to seeing more pieces at the Brenda May Gallery!

  2. Pingback: Laissez-faire by Will Coles, Macquarie st, Sydney | [ruby blue] [emerald green]

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