Another Collaborative work with Dana Woulfe
Wednesday, December 9, 2009
Tuesday, December 8, 2009
Monday, November 30, 2009
Monday, November 9, 2009
Friday, September 25, 2009
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Sept 18-Oct 18
Opening Reception Sept 18 (7pm -9pm)
Afterparty Sept 18(10pm) at Zuzu's- gucci vuitton (video set) Flavorheard (ass movers)
Fourth Wall is pleased to announce a style summit uniting the creative forces of Philly, NYC and Boston vanguards. A group installation and works by an inspired group of graphic / mixed media artists will debut September 18th at the 132 Brookline Ave space.
Monday, August 24, 2009
Friday, August 7, 2009
Long Beach, CA, August 3, 2009 - DDR Projects welcomes twelve emerging American contemporary artists to the gallery for the group exhibit entitled “Fragments”. Co-curated by Damion Silver, the exhibit will showcase some of our country’s brightest and most creative artists that have yet to be tapped. Please join us for an evening of exciting art.
Fragments; to break or separate, or to reduce or become reduced to pieces or components. Residual matter? The exhibit can go either way depending on the individual viewer and how they ultimately define our newest exhibit and the body of work. Like aesthetic archaeologists, these twelve artists dig beneath the surface of their engaging and visually complex works to expose their emotional and thematic foundations. The modern world with all its beauty and grotesque seen threw the eyes of twelve American artists.
Featuring the work of:
Dana Woulfe, Damion Silver, Scott Patt, Kenji Nakayama, Nick Z, Amy Ruppel, Abe Lincoln Jr.,
Thomas Buildmore, Peat Wollaeger and Justin Angelos.
Opening Reception is Friday August 7th 6-9 pm
3403 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90803
Monday, July 27, 2009
The 2009 instalment of the Urban Art Agenda will be launched at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, and then presented as part of the Fringe Festival in Melbourne, during the Arts&About Festival in Sydney and finally at the Brisbane Powerhouse.
URBAN ART AGENDA HOME
New York City (July/Aug 2009): Gawker Artists presents MOM & POPism, an exhibition curated by Billi Kid reinterpreting James and Karla Murray's latest book, Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York, in unique collaboration with many of today's hottest graffiti and street artists.
Store Front: The Disappearing Face of New York is a breathtaking visual guide to New York City's cultural heritage, with special emphasis on the historic streets and ethnic shops that have defined its many neighborhoods. Meticulously photographed, its powerful images of time-worn institutions will be printed at close to life-size scale and installed on the Gawker Media roof, becoming canvases on which select graffiti and street artists are invited to leave their indelible marks. The result will be a unique impression of a New York City that seems to be fading with each passing day. Our cultural and economic landscape will be called into question, the role of art, particularly graffiti and street art, will be subject to reinterpretation.
Curated by Gawker Artist Billi Kid, MOM & POPism brings together graffiti and street artists to create new artworks on top of the Murray's photographs. The collaborating graffiti and street artists represent some of the most notable artists in the street art community and the media at large. These include Blanco, Buildmore, Cake, Celso, Cern, Chris (RWK), Crome, Cycle, David Cooper, Destroy & Rebuild, Enamel Kingdom, Goldenstash, Infinity, Kngee, Lady Pink, Matt Siren, Morgan Thomas, Peru Ana Ana Peru, Plasma Slugs, Royce Bannon, Shai R. Dahan, Shiro, The Dude Company, Tikcy, Under Water Pirates, Veng (RWK), Zoltron and Billi Kid.
MOM & POPism will be open to public on Saturday, August 15th from noon to 4 p.m. Additional exhibition viewings are available by appointment throughout August.
For more information or to request a viewing appointment please contact email@example.com.
Monday, June 29, 2009
Saturday, June 20, 2009
Visual Slang 2009: The Modern Urban Imagination
Henry Street Settlement, Abrons Arts Center
East Village / Lower East Side
466 Grand Street, (212) 598-0400 ext 202
June 25 - August 14, 2009
Opening: Thursday, June 25, 6 - 8PM
Henry Street Settlement’s Abrons Arts Center is delighted to present Visual Slang 2009: The Modern Urban Imagination, the third in a series of cutting-edge global urban art exhibits.
Integral to contemporary urban art is an eclectic range of characters and creatures. Representing a broad spectrum of cultural heritages, the images presented in Visual Slang 2009 celebrate this aspect of the modern urban imagination.
Some of these characters are figurative; others are abstract. Some are easily recognizable icons; others are intentionally ambiguous. Some are whimsical in spirit; others are dark and unsettling. Whether drawn, painted or stenciled, all of these characters – from the personal to the political – exude a vibrant energy that is certain to captivate.
Among the images presented are: C215’s finely-detailed stencils inspired by his recent travels; Ame72’s iconic Lego man navigating his way in our nuclear age; Klone’s curious creatures that stalk the streets of Tel Aviv; Bastardilla’s shimmering lady that graces the walls of Bogota; A1one’s fanciful characters that evoke the cultural landscape of his native Tehran; and Shayne Bovell's apocalyptic figures that inhabit an alternate universe.
Other featured artists include: Sebastian Bagge, Cekis, Jason Cosme, Daniel Dover, Lorenzo Gomez, Joseph Knight, Malik, Alex White Mazzarella, Mefisto, Kenji Nakayama, David “Gaze” Pham, Julio Rölle, Adi Sened, Stinkfish, and Zero Cents. Among those artists representing NYC are: Bishop, Cern, Charm, Chris Cortes, Sien, Spaze Crafte One and Whisper.
Curated by Lois Stavsky with Jonathan Meres Cohen, Visual Slang 2009: The Modern Urban Imagination opens on June 25th with a reception from 6-8 p.m. and continues through August 14th.
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Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Friday, April 10, 2009
The Great Outdoors.
a celebration of door as canvas.
New Works By: Billi Kid - Blanco - Broken Crow - Buildmore - Cake - C. Damage - Celso - Cern - Chris RWK - Deeker - Destroy&Rebuild - Feral - Goldenstash - Yassie Goldie - Imminent Disaster - Infinity - Kngee -Dana Woulfe- La 2 - Matt Siren - Morgan Thomas - Peru Anna Anna Peru - Plasma Slugs - Royce Bannon - Skullphone - The Dude Company - Stikman - Veng RWK - Wondowzoo - and an all doors slide show by Luna Park.
195 Grand Street in Williamsburg
Opening reception 6-10pm, Saturday May 2nd.
Friday, April 3, 2009
4/3 Friday night, Dana Woulfe, Fish McGill, Goldenstash, and myself are doing live painting.
4/4 Saturday, there is a panel discussion during the day, both at ICA Boston.