Brian M. Viveros

California / USA

American artist Brian Viveros has acquired his skills autodidactically. Without any formal training, over the years he has created his own world, which is expressed in his portrait painting. His art is regularly exhibited in North America and Europe and presented at numerous international art fairs. It can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019. […]

Biography / Brian M. Viveros

American artist Brian Viveros has acquired his skills autodidactically. Without any formal training, over the years he has created his own world, which is expressed in his portrait painting. His art is regularly exhibited in North America and Europe and presented at numerous international art fairs. It can be found on his collaboration with URBAN NATION on Project M/14 in 2019.

Already as a child, Viveros was happiest when he was able to indulge himself creatively. His mother recognized this at an early age and set no limits to her son and his talent, had him paint the walls in the house and skip school. The artist’s influences range from art historically relevant personalities to pop cultural references. Vivero’s alternative universe, called DirtyLand, is inhabited by female fighters, exhausted but savoring every moment of their well-deserved victory. Viveros puts them in iconic headgear reminiscent of boxing helmets, “Dias de los Muertos” skulls and military equipment. His paintings have been presented countless times in publications and even on television programs.

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