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“Cubism: Reimagining Faith” by Frankie Lim Rong Yao

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Inspired by Picasso’s and Braque’s work, Frankie integrated elements of cubism in this piece. Like the Bigfoot and the Abominable Snowman, Frankie communicates that there is no proof that this animal exists- but that does not mean that it cannot exist.

Through this piece, Frankie goes philosophical and explores the existence of faith. He considers the arguments between science and religion, the constant unrest and disagreements that detract from the core question of “what is faith”- preventing them from meeting on a common ground.

In light of current social issues and divisiveness globally, Frankie wonders whether there can be a place for tolerance, and acceptance for those who may not share the same ideological beliefs.

Through this piece, Frankie begins to demonstrate his growing maturity and understanding of the world.


Fine art print with mat board framing 

Limited edition of 10 


Small - 25.4cm x 30.48cm (With frame)

Big - 30.48cm x 40.64cm (With frame)

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