Van Gogh and Graffiti at the entrance for Mr. Brainwash’s exhibition in London!
One week left to see the exhibition at the Old Sorting Office Building, 21-31 New Oxford Street, Bloomsbury, London.
Lego street art by Brooklyn-based Korean artist Jaye Moon @North 7th Street and Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
“…I chose legos because they are associated with architectural forms, ready-made objects based on industrial and mechanical functions…” http://www.fountainheadresidency.com/jaye_moon.html
Doug Argue’s “Catch My Drift”, 2012.
at Haunch of Vision, 550 W 21st Street, New York.
From the press release:”Argue is best known for his large-scale abstract paintings that explore infinite space with a scientific and mathematical foundation […]. A highlight of the exhibition os Argue’s ‘Genesis’ that measures roughly 13 by 19 feet and evokes the cosmos, but with closer inspection reveals distorted text”.
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