Tonight Pandemic Gallery is celebrating the opening of their new show, curated by Shai Dahanan of the Abztract Artist Collective. Work from 12 of Abztract’s Featured Artists will be displayed on skateboard decks and wood panels.
Pandemic Gallery Sept. 25th, 2009 7 – 11 pm 37 Broadway, Brooklyn NY (between Kent and Wythe Ave)
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Destroy + Rebuild collaborate around the themes of urban infrastructure and graffiti. They’ll be painting live beginning at 7pm, but their work remains on view at Destination Art Space through September 27th. Come out and support!
This past weekend I was visiting my brother in Philadelphia, where I was lucky enough to catch a preview of a new mural project underway in the city. Steve Powers (aka Espo), proves that home really is where the heart is, with this ambitious Mural Arts Program collaboration in his native city of Philadelphia. “Love Letters” is a love story both to and from a community, spanning 30-50 walls, rooftops, and billboards along the Market Street El. The narrative unfolds in the style of old Burma Shave ads as riders travel between 46th and 63rd Streets.
Through countless hours of community outreach, meetings, and even a Facebook page, Powers has brought together hundreds of West Philly residents to shape this project by sharing not only their artistic skills, but their insights on love and what the neighborhood means to them.
Stay tuned for updates and information on the opening in September, which I will definitley not be missing.