The Urban artist TRXTR is asking artbleat's readers to submit their own interpretation of his new artwork "FATIMA'S OTHER FINGER".
The most perceptive comment will win one of 9 signed and numbered archival proofs of the image.
The print measures 60cm X 45cm on 300gsm cotton rag, and is valued at £200.
You can leave you entries/comments here on artbleat (but do remember to log in to blogger with your google account as an anonymous post is not going to cut the mustard) or HERE on the competition post on the artbleat facebook page.
Trxtr will read the comments on deadline day Tuesday 10th April and award the prize.
The original mixed media on canvas will be auctioned in the Bonhams Urban Art Sale on the 29th March details HERE
TRXTR's website is HERE
PRESS RELEASE for the competition follows with a small artspeak warningJust back from wheat-pasting and camel-riding with the Bedouins in the Sinai desert and hot on the heels of his first London solo show 'PRETTY LETHAL', UK Artist TRXTR has his next solo gig lined up in the toxic cocktail of Las Vegas this Autumn - aptly named 'LUCKED UP'.
Trxtr's work explores social and moral issues and his distinctive style uses a wide variety of techniques fusing together the art of photography and painting. This is not an artist who is wedded to any particular medium, but for him a rather more Machiavellian 'ends justifies the means' approach whilst acknowledging the historical importance of photography and painting.
His work is described as thought-provoking, poignant, current and seductively captivating showing us an eclectic mix of atmospheres and emotions, as are the techniques he uses to produce them. Their overall effect is disturbing and alluring in equal measure. Concerns about exploitation, globalization and corruption appear over and over again, but the tone is ambivalent. He is not preaching to us, but reproducing some of the sickly sweet images of commercialism in a way that it is genuinely hard to tell if he is celebrating them or railing against them.