Adam Neate (born 1977) is a British painter, conceptual artist and described by The Telegraph in 2008 as “one of the world’s best-known street artists”. He has produced paintings of urban art on recycled cardboard, and has left thousands of works in the street for anyone to collect. He is a contributor from the movement in transferring street art into galleries. Neate’s street art has garnered global interest, having been documented on CNN reports and European television. Major collectors and celebrities continue to tussle for his original works and international critics have lauded the artist’s work. Since 2011 Neate has been mastering his own language of ‘Dimensional Painting’. His work is technically expert and has won him acknowledgement from the Tate, National Portrait Gallery and The National Gallery and various sell out shows at The Elms Lester Gallery. Neate is both an urban icon amongst his peers. He is continually challenging his work, often quoting Picasso “To copy oneself is more dangerous than to copy others. It leads to sterility”
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