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15
Feb
2011
If you’re a fan of Banksy … here is a book for you. Banksy Locations (and a tour) Vol. 2 / Available at Shellshock Publishing ‘Exit Through the Gift Shop’ is fun to watch. I saw it in a cinema in Cleveland, Ohio and was the only person younger than 60 years old in the room. I can testify...
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11
Feb
2011
Every year in December, coinciding with SCOPE Art, the creme de la creme of the urban art movement gather in Miami to paint large scale murals in the Wynwood District. Primary Flight is one of our favorite events, but last year it suffered from some growing pains. We have supported the event since it launched and watched as it...
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12
Dec
2010
While winter started torturing the northern hemispheres and people shuffled through a mix of mud, ice and snow, Lori Zimmer and Harlan Levey attended the SCOPE Art fair in sunny Miami, where Harlan Levey Projects (HLP) made its fair debut featuring The Superhero Project by Abner Preis. Harlan gave his impressions: “Preis was on hand all 5 days and...
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25
Nov
2010
Horror is a running project that Belgian artist Steve Schepens has been developing since 2003. In this sense, it is a very conceptual work dealing with traditions, scientific investigation, an eye for detail and a deadpan slapstick sense of humor. Like the best jokes, it twists the serious into the silly and uses absurd horror to gesture towards a...
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25
Nov
2010
Tragic Miscommunication (but not failed romance) I spent last weekend in the Netherlands where people are nodding their heads up and down or side to side about the possibility of the first Elfstedentocht since 1997. In retrospect, it does not appear coincidental that me and William Head started at the legendary pirate bar in Amsterdam. After a couple of...
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22
Nov
2010
Jeroen Jongeleen lives and works in Paris and Rotterdam. His practice evolves out of an on-going engagement with public space and much of his work is presented in the form of subtle interventions, which seem to target advertisements, architectural structures and signs that regulate public behavior. Often he creates imprints of these interventions, viruses left to engage with the...
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19
Nov
2010
Willehad of Bremen Eilers (1981, Peine Ger.) goes by the name Wayne Horse and many many others. With his videos, animations, paintings, drawings, performances and installations related to graffiti and comic-culture, he gives an often mocking, ironic commentary on society. He works tirelessly and presents a rapidly expanding body of work that arose from the need to tell stories,...
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