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Jan
2012
The Underbelly Project, en Francais! After the success and attention of the NYC Underbelly project, you would have thought that PAC and Workhorse would have taken the opportunity to kick-back, relax, and reflect on the sheer scale and complexities of the project that they had managed to pull-off, but no, these two were already planning another Underbelly adventure, this...
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22
Jan
2012
Look out San Francisco, you are in for a treat! Yesterday I received an email from Skewville, which put a massive smile upon my face. The twins are putting on a show at the White Walls Gallery from January 14 to February 4 2012, and whilst I’m always delighted to receive news on this duos latest adventures, I am...
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17
Jan
2012
Working class artist   Who ever says that the life of an artist is fun and awesome is correct to say that- but the life of a working artist has its…well….work.  In my latest installation the Lagoon  for the opening of the season was at Venice 6114 in Culver City California and curated by Sergio Bromberg (who I had...
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09
Jan
2012
Our friend Smash just finished his “Grow Up!” exhibition in Paris. You can see the video and his latest artworks right now… In 1990, Smash137 discovers spray cans. He never left them since. His signature becomes for him a self-portrait, which he paints with style and precision across the world. Keen globetrotter and strict painter in his studio, this...
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04
Jan
2012
The original neo collective magazine started back in 2005 as a platform for talented artists and photographers around the globe. In a little while, the magazine turned to an inherent part of the online art scene and they presented new artists and photographers from different disciplines, every 6 weeks. This was already a great refreshment for everybody who was...
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11
Nov
2011
Say No To Violence Against Women (in Brussels). And say No to Violence against Women everywhere else. This is the video about the opening at HL-Projects gallery in Brussels – thanks to everybody who joined us on that evening. One out of three women will be affected by some form of violence during their lifetime. How do we define...
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08
Nov
2011
Mousse Sunday opened up the HLP summer show, acting as the release of M get your ex back odart Book 02 ‘Highbrow, Lowbrow, Nowbrow’ and featuring works from Jeroen Jongeleen (Influenza). The event was sponsored by the Salvation Army who donated 40 lounge chairs and couches, which guests could take home. Organized in partnership with other local businesses (MAPP,...
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