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14
Dec
2010
Our heroes Harlan, Lori and Abner Preis weren’t the only ones in Miami this December. Kid Acne, Will Barras, EMA, TLP, Galo, Pixel Pancho, Ephameron, Mr. Jago, Logan Hicks and many others were invited to Primary Flight to transform and design in the Wynwood Districts into their very own canvas. “Primary Flight is Miami’s original open air museum and...
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13
Dec
2010
November last year NNE member Dadara destroyed his most recent project, Checkpoint DreamYourTopia – a border control checkpoint to enter your own dreams, with sledgehammers and chainsaws in Berlin. Exactly twenty years after the wall came down they tore down the borders between dream and reality. A physical and symbolic destruction that was constructive in more ways than I...
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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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10
Dec
2010
Today I would like to introduce you to the Happy Famous Artists. A group of artists, who render the Now irrelevant, cater to the strategy of tension, fulfill the demands of celebrity, and pledge to deliver cultural products with investment potential. Their desire for world domination has driven them together and around the world with their projects. Their philosophical...
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09
Dec
2010
Thinkspace Gallery is excited to welcome Germany based artist moki to their gallery this December with her show Patchwork, following successful solo shows in the past year and a half in Germany, Czech Republic, and San Francisco. During Patchwork moki will additionally launch her new book ‘How To Disappear’ from Gingko Press. Thinkspace will have a limited supply on...
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03
Dec
2010
moki likes to be invisible. Invisible and secretive. A hunch I got not only from her recent publication How to Disappear (published by Gingko Press), but also from the numerous interviews I’ve read about her, without ever reading her name. Born between two nature preserves in the rural area of Brilon, Germany moki grew up taming cats, building tree...
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03
Dec
2010
Last Saturday the Rijksakademie in Amsterdam opened its doors for the public. Attracting thousands of visitors each year, the open studios weekend has become the most celebrated presentation of the creme de la creme of young artistic talent in the Netherlands. Our friend and hero Wayne Horse is one of the talented international artists, who are honored with a...
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