Last week, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld presented “Ouattara Watts: Vertigo,” a new solo exhibition featuring fifteen large-scale paintings that will run through February 19th. With an aesthetic integrating elements of traditional painting, native emblems, and collages of everyday materials, Watts has emerged on the international art scene over the last 25 years as a prolific painter whose work breathes fresh air into the Neo-Expressionist landscape. Here, Life+Times takes a look inside the works of New York City-based Watts.