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On Wednesday, April 10, Rocco Ritchie celebrated the debut of his first US exhibit in the heart of the Miami Design District. Titled "Pack a Punch," the exhibition unveiled 10 new pieces by Ritchie, offering a captivating glimpse into his evolving body of work.

Born in Los Angeles in 2000, Ritchie has made waves in the art world with his distinctive style and profound exploration of the human figure. Drawing inspiration from the rich legacy of British painters such as Lucian Freud, Paula Rego, and Francis Bacon, Ritchie’s work delves into the complexities of the human experience with remarkable depth and sensitivity. With “Pack a Punch” Ritchie heightens the viewer’s experience of adrenaline fuelled moments and draws our attention to the notion of self-discipline. The twisted limbs of entwined figures in states of push and pull, enrapture us into thinking about the notion of the self and the internal battle with an artistic ego.

These 20 charcoal works on canvas, exhibit Rocco’s astute draftsmanship, carrying with them a new dawn of sentiment and expression in his work. Rocco's artistic journey, nurtured by his upbringing amidst the creative milieu of his parents, Madonna and Guy Ritchie, is reflected in the intimate and expressive nature of his paintings. Rocco's growing acclaim is evident in the recognition his work has received, with pieces finding homes in the personal collections of Stella McCartney, Donatella Versace, and Lorcan O'Neill.

Artist Rocco Ritchie, Son of Madonna, Debuts Miami Design District Pop-Up

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