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Born in 1990 in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and currently based in Los Angeles, Jason Pulgarin is known for his brightly colored and highly stylized figurative works on paper, but is also deeply rooted in the graffiti and mural subculture.  Drawing inspiration from cartoons, fashion, graffiti, and street culture, Pulgarin’s work demonstrates the ever more porous boundaries between the traditional art world and these other disciplines and influences.  Pulgarin’s current work focuses on an intricate series of water-color paintings designed to evoke a curious combination of melancholy, erotica, and the juxtaposition of strong feminist empowerment battling a troubled and fragile masculine ego.  The combination of thoughtful conceptual backing with “street” style is a signature of Pulgarin’s oeuvre.