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Jon Di Bona

Seine Saint-Denis, France

3 Works exhibited on Kooness

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Works by Jo Di Bona

T.V eye


120 x 100 x 3cm

4500,00 €



60 x 60 x 3cm

2800,00 €



60 x 60 x 2cm

2800,00 €

New emblematic figure of the Parisian Street Art scene, Jo Di Bona owes his dazzling success to his unique technique that he invented himself: Pop Graffiti, where he combines collages, various influences of graffiti and pop culture which he has deeply imbued. A modern day Fauvist, Jo mixes colors and movements to create faces full of poetry, emotions and joy of life. In his works, Jo pays tribute with the same tenderness to icons and great characters of history as to the unknowns of passage, nourished by the generous glance which he carries on the human one because "the most important in his eyes, it is the sharing" (Artist' up)

Crowned with the prestigious 1st Prize of graffiti of the EDF Foundation in 2014, Jo has since then chained international exhibitions, performances and murals. Of particular note is his immense work presented at the Museum of Immigration in Paris, his large walls created in Paris, at the Loures Arte Publica in Lisbon or for the French Consulate in the heart of Atlanta, his presence alongside his gallery owners Virginie Barrou Planquart and Joël Knafo at international shows in NY, Miami, London, Hong Kong, Lausanne or Munich...and his monumental works at the Street Art for Mankind exhibitions in New York and Miami in 2017.

Popular with the media, Jo has been featured on France 2, M6 and Télématin, has been on the cover of "Arts Magazine", "Street Art Magazine", "Paris Tonkar", has been cited by the reference site Artsper among "the 10 artists to follow in 2016" or in the top 5 favorite Street Artists of Konbini in 2018, and has been featured on the front page of the prestigious New York Times for his homage wall created in Petit Cambodge. Jo is also among the first Street Artists in the world to have entered the United Nations headquarters in New York in January 2017. (Audrey Decker)

1st Prize of graffiti of the EDF Foundation in 2014