Charlie Haydn Taylor St Helier, Jersey
Style Pop Art
I consider myself a Pop Artist and look to use my artwork as a vehicle for addressing social issues in modern day society.
About Charlie Haydn Taylor
Charlie Haydn Taylor considers himself a Pop Artist and looks to use his artwork as a vehicle for addressing social issues in modern day society. Through the years, this has consisted of dealing with ideas of racial inequality, climate change, government surveillance and most prominently, mental health. When he talks about modern day society, Charlie refers to a time where technology is extremely prevalent, where ideas of beauty are conflicted, where material gain is at its peak.
His pieces are made to engage with the viewer on a level that challenges their own system of values. Could you the viewer be contributing to these particular negative social elements. Although they are in their physical nature playful, there are definitely overtones of the dark and ominous that goes on in society.
Charlie Haydn Taylor has previously exhibited work alongside Tracey Emin, Banksy, Julian Opie, Michael Craig Martin and Grayson Perry.