Harif Guzman

“Location”
48″ X 60″
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
$38,000

“You’re Not What You Seem”
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
60″ X 48″
$42,000

“Constant Text”
Oil Acrylic on Canvas
48″ X 60″
$42,000

“Himalayan Sea Salt”
Oil and acrylic on canvas
48″ X 60″
$42,000

“You’re Not What You Seem”
Oil and acrylic on canvas
60″ X 48″
$42,000

“Calm is a superpower”
Mix Media on Canvas
37.5″ X 58.5″
$24,000

“Old Faithful”
Oil on Canvas
37.5″ X 58.5″
$24,000

“Billions”
Oil and acrylic on canvas
60″ X 72″
$69,000

“If anyone can have it why would i want it (No thank you)”
Harif Guzman
Mixed Media on Canvas
95″ X 127″
$135,000

“It’s a vibe”
Oil on Canvas
100″ X 130
$185,000

“No sleep on the way to the airpot”
Acrylic on Canvas,
100″ X 130″
$185,000

“Eavesdropper”
Mixed media on canvas (Diptych),
30″ X 40″
$28,000

“Against the wind”
Oil on Canvas, Diptych
48″ X 60
$48,000

“Pico de Gallo”
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas,
58.5″ X 37.5″
$21,000

Born in Venezuela, Guzman came to the United States in 1980 when he was five years old. His father was a printer and typesetter, and growing up Guzman worked in his father’s print shop and gained an appreciation for mechanical reproduction.
During a period of time when he was homeless, Guzman began tagging his name on the streets of New York. He became recognized for his work and his career as an artist began to flourish. Known for his alter ego “Haculla,” Guzman’s created character has become an iconic figure in NYC street art. Today Guzman’s street art inspired work can be seen in the tunnel at the Dream Hotel in New York. Guzman has worked with such artists such as Theo Tarrega and model Luka Sabbat.

Today his work is inspired by the city he lives in, New York. The inspiration for much of his work derives from mechanical reproduction. Further inspiration is the result of Guzman’s earliest experiences of image making that he encountered working in his father’s print shop as a boy.
Guzman’s work has been purchased by Tommy Hilfiger, Uma Thurman and Dag Cramer. He was featured at The Whitney Museum of Art in May 2013.
Guzman has collaborated with companies such as Ralph Lauren, Volcom and Burtons. His work has also been featured in Italian Vogue, Sugar Skateboard Magazine, Thrasher, Sport and Street, Flaunt Magazine and Oyster Magazine.

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