‘5 Years / 5 Questions’ with Ekundayo

Ekundayo 'Lessons Of Darkness' - Mixed media on paper mounted to wood pane

’5 Years / 5 Questions’ with Ekundayo

Tell us a little bit about your piece for Thinkspace’s ‘5 Year Anniversary Show’ this November?
I recently heard a man speaking on the Predilection Towards Conviction, I didn’t understand what the words meant, but to illustrate the point he began to draw comparisons.

The BP oil Disaster could have been prevented with an acoustic trigger,  a cheep device installed during the drilling of the well, that could have shut it down remotely in case of an emergency. The decision to save a small amount of money cost the company billions of dollars and we are still not sure what the fall out will be for the people and Ecosystem. I want my piece to remind myself and others who may enjoy it to stay true to what’s really necessary, and know that our beliefs and convictions effect our lives, the people around us and the world.

What were you doing back in 2005 when Thinkspace started?
I was still going to Art Center and showing with Cannibal Flower as well as working on my first two man show “Weightless” with my good friend Isaac Pierro which followed early the next year at Thinkspace. 2005 was my introduction to the L.A art scene when I think back on it now it’s like the memories explode due to all the things I learned that year and the experiences I’ve had creating art in Los Angeles… between the way we all can be persuaded by money, status,convenience or whatever the vice may be and do things that our hearts don’t believe in.

Name 5 things you can’t live without in your studio?
A kolinsky sable, transparent iron oxide, a metal pen tip and a water bottle with a hole in the cap.

Where do you hope to be 5 years from now?
Making even more layered works and preaching the truth to the youth.

What have you got coming up in 2011?
I’m blowing up like you thought i would!

Artist website: www.ekundayo.com

Check out the works featured in our 5 Year Anniversary show here:
http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/2010/11/works.php

Please note:
We’ll be closed for the next week and change getting ready for our next show opening on Dec. 11th.

Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd in Culver City / www.thinkspacegallery.com

‘5 Years / 5 Questions’ with Ekundayo – Thinkspace 5 Year Anniversary Show (on view through Nov. 27th)

Ekundayo 'Lessons Of Darkness' - Mixed media on paper mounted to wood panel

’5 Years / 5 Questions’ with Ekundayo

Tell us a little bit about your piece for Thinkspace’s ‘5 Year Anniversary Show’ this November?
I recently heard a man speaking on the Predilection Towards Conviction, I didn’t understand what the words meant, but to illustrate the point he began to draw comparisons… The BP oil disaster could have been prevented with an acoustic trigger A cheep device installed during the drilling of the well, that could have shut it down remotely in case of an emergency. The decision to save a small amount of money cost the company billions of dollars and we are still not sure what the fall out will be for the people and Ecosystem. I want my piece to remind myself and others who may enjoy it to stay true to whats really necessary, and know that our beliefs and convictions effect our lives, the people around us, and the world.

What were you doing back in 2005 when Thinkspace started?
I was still going to Art Center and showing with Cannibal Flower as well as working on my first two man show ‘Weightless’ with my good friend Isaac Pierro which followed early the next year at the 1st Thinkspace location off Melrose. 2005 was my introduction to the LA art scene… when I think back on it now it’s like the memories explode due to all the things I learned that year and the experiences I’ve had creating art in Los Angeles… between the way we all can be persuaded by money, status, convenience or whatever the vice may be to do the things that our hearts don’t believe in.

Name 5 things you can’t live without in your studio?
A kolinsky sable, transparent iron oxide, a metal pen tip and a water bottle with a hole in the cap!

Where do you hope to be 5 years from now?
Making even more layered works and preaching the truth to the youth.

What have you got coming up in 2011?
I’m blowing up like you thought I would!

Artist website: www.ekundayo.com

Check out the works featured in our 5 Year Anniversary show here:
http://www.thinkspacegallery.com/2010/11/works.php

‘5 Year Anniversary Show’
Group exhibition showcasing 49 artists representing our past, present and future with a featured installation from Johnny ‘KMNDZ’ Rodriguez

On view: Nov. 6th – Nov. 27th, 2010

Thinkspace / 6009 Washington Blvd in Culver City / www.thinkspacegallery.com
Open Wed-Sun 1-6PM / #310.558.3375

See you in Miami – here’s your roadmap for Art Basel week…

Aqua Art_card front (Large)

Art Basel kicks off this week in Miami, and with it over 20 additional art fairs around the city – all playing host to almost 1,000 international galleries. To say this is a must see event in person is a huge understatement. Your eyes will be bleeding on the way home giving new meaning to the term sensory overload.

We’re happy to be taking part again this year in all the fun. Look for Thinkspace at Aqua Art Miami in the Wynwood district at booth #25 showing new works from: Allison Sommers, Brett Amory, Brian Viveros, Dabs Myla, Damon Soule, Ekundayo, Imminent Disaster, Joao Ruas, Kris Lewis, Mr. Jago, Nathan DeYoung, Sarah Joncas, Scott Radke, Seth Armstrong, Tony Philippou, Tran Nguyen, and Yosuke Ueno. Please check out a condensed road map of the main fairs we’ll be hitting up as well as a breakdown of all the special events worth checking out while in Miami below. This is by no means a full listing of all the fairs or special events, but these are the main events happening that feature artists and galleries from our movement. There will be much to discover out of sheer happenstance once in Miami. Can’t wait!

Aqua Art Miami:
(42 NE 25th Street (at North Miami Ave) in the Wynwood Arts District, near important venues like the Rubell Collection and many others)

Noteworthy galleries taking part:
Thinkspace
Yves Laroche
Murphy Design
Bold Hype
White Walls
Shooting Gallery
Harold Golen Gallery
Black Maria Gallery

Plus a large outdoor mural from Greg Gossel and daily screenings of ‘Scribble.08’ from Murphy Fine Art Flims in the Aqua Video Lounge

Press / VIP Preview (invite only): Thurs, Dec. 3rd 10AM-1PM

Gen Art Vanguard Official Party: Thurs, Dec. 3rd 8-11PM (*tickets required)

Public Hours:
Thursday, December 3: 1pm – 7pm / Friday, December 4: 11am – 7pm / Saturday, December 5: 11am – 7pm / Sunday, December 6: 11am – 4pm

$15 Admission

In Wynwood, Aqua will run shuttles from Pulse at the Ice Palace, from the Midtown fairs (Art Miami and Red Dot), and possibly from Scope

http://www.aquaartmiami.com/wyn.html

Art Basel:
(located at the Miami Beach Convention Center via entrances on Convention Center Drive (Hall D) and Washington Avenue (Hall B))

Noteworthy galleries taking part:
Blum & Poe
Deitch Projects
Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin
Roberts & Tilton
Tony Shafrazi Gallery

Fair Hours:
Opening Reception for invited guests: Wednesday, December 2nd from 5 to 8 p.m.

Public Show Days:
Thursday, December 3rd to Saturday, December 5th: Daily from noon to 8 p.m / Sunday, December 6th: noon to 6 p.m.

One-Day Ticket $35 Two-Day Ticket $55 Permanent Pass $75
www.artbaselmiamibeach.com

SCOPE:
(new location in the Wynwood Arts District – SOHO Studios – 2136 NW 1st Avenue – enter at NW 21st St.)

Noteworthy galleries taking part:
Carmichael Gallery
New Image Art
David B. Smith Gallery
Irvine Contemporary
Jonathan LeVine Gallery
Joshua Liner Gallery
Opus Gallery
Sloan Fine Art
Eyestorm
Wilde
Anonymous
Mauger Modern Art

There will also be a special exhibition entitled “Chimera” curated by David Hunt (director of SCOPE’s curatorial committee and Jonathan LeVine) which will take place at the fair and it will feature new large-scale works by: Pedro Barbeito, Melissa Brown, Doze Green, Luis Macias, Christof Mascher, Jeff Soto, Fernando Mastrangelo, Dave McDermott, Ted O’Sullivan, Christoph Steinmeyer, Ouattara Watts, Andrzej Zielinski, Kevin Zucker, and Stephan Doitschinoff aka CALMA

Plus Ellis G. will be out doing a special project for SCOPE involving his chalk shadows throughout the fair and surroundings and Gaia will be doing a 40 foot long mural inside of SCOPE as well as special projects from several of the Primary Flight artists throughout.

First View for all VIPs and Press:
Wednesday, December 2nd 10am-6pm ($100 donation also available for non-VIP pass holders)

Fair Hours:
Thursday, December 3rd to Saturday, December 6th 10am-7pm / Sunday, December 7th 10am-6pm

Admission:
General $20

http://www.scope-art.com/Index.php/miami/

Pulse:
(new location – The Ice Palace – 1400 North Miami Avenue in Miami’s media and entertainment district)

Noteworthy galleries taking part:
Richard Heller Gallery
Mark Moore Galllery
Spinello Gallery

Fair Hours:
Wednesday, December 2nd 10am – 3pm / Thursday, December 3rd to Saturday, December 5th 10am – 6pm / Sunday, December 7 10am – 5pm

General Admission $15.00

http://www.pulse-art.com

NADA
(new location – The Deauville Beach Resort – 6701 Collins Avenue in Miami Beach)

Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd 10AM-2PM (invite only)

Fair Hours:
Thursday, Dec 3rd 2pm to 8pm / Friday, Dec 4th 10am to 8pm / Saturday, Dec 5th 10am to 8pm / Sunday, Dec 6th 10am to 4pm

Admission: Free to public

http://www.newartdealers.org/miami/2008/

‘Primary Flight’ – outside street level mural project
The world’s largest site-specific street level mural installation will be taking place daily all week long during Art Basel. Check out the site for full details and a map of all the action.

Artists taking part this year include Augor, Bask, C215, Case, Dabs Myla, Jim Darling, D*Face, Dolla Lama, Ellis G., Ewok, Kenny Scharf, Parskid, Push, Shepard Fairey, Meggs, Michael De Feo, Ron English, El Mac, Logan Hicks, Kenton Parker, Rime, Risk, Santiago Rubino, Retna, Reyes, Revok, Jeff Soto, Tes One, Sever, The London Police, Tristan Eaton, Zevs, and many more

http://primaryflight.com/blog/

‘Blueprint For Space’ – Primary Flight group show
Art Center South Florida Gallery
800 Lincoln Road at Meridian Ave in Miami Beach

Group show featuring works from several of the artists taking part in this year’s ‘Primary Flight’ mural project including Augor, Bask, C215, Jim Darling, D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Meggs, Michael De Feo, Ron English, El Mac, Logan Hicks, Kenton Parker, Santiago Rubino, Retna, Reyes, Revok, Jeff Soto, Tes One, Zevs, and many more

Opening Reception: Wed, Dec. 2nd 8-10PM

On view:
Dec. 1st – Jan, 2nd, 2010 (free admission)

http://primaryflight.com/blog/blue-print-for-spaceart-basel-2009
www.artcentersf.org

‘STAGES’ Group Show
888 Biscayne Blvd. in Miami

Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd (invite only – featuring a performance by Atlas Sound)

Open to the public: December 4th – December 6th

Seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong and Nike are bringing STAGES (a global art exhibition which raises funds and awareness for the fight against cancer) to Miami for Art Basel – presented in part by O.H.W.O.W. – the list of artists include Geoff McFetridge, the Clayton Brothers, Cai Guo-Qiang, KAWS, Futura, Kenny Scharf, Erik Parker, Tom Sachs, José Parlá, Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, and more

http://www.stages09.com

Jeffrey Deitch & Tony Goldman present ‘The Wynwood Walls’
Goldman Warehouse (404 NW 26th Street at 2nd Avenue in Miami)

Opening Reception:
Thurs, Dec. 3rd 8-11PM with a performance by New Orleans bounce diva Big Freedia & DJ Rusty Lazer

Featuring outdoor murals from:
Aiko, Jim Drain, Shepard Fairey, Stelios Faitakis, Futura, Barry McGee, Nunca, Os Gemeos, Nina, Finok, Ara Peterson, Clare Rojas, Kenny Scharf, Swoon, David Ellis, and Ben Wolf

Download a map of the murals here:
http://bulkmail.deeptechinc.com/images/wynwood_walls_map.pdf

Ethos solo show
Opening Reception: Thurs, Dec. 3rd

On view Dec. 3rd – Jan. 20th, 2010

101/exhibit
101 NE 40th Street in Miami
www.101exhibit.com

David Lynch & Danger Mouse
‘Dark Night Of The Soul’ featuring over 50 original photographs by David Lynch which are displayed alongside an accompanying soundtrack by Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse

~PLUS~

‘It Ain’t Fair’ Group Show
Featuring works from over 30 artists including the likes of KAWS, Todd James, Scott Campbell, Neck Face, Jose Parla, Erik Parker, Kenny Scharf, Eric White, Aaron Young and many more

Opening Reception: Wed, Dec. 2nd

December 2nd – 6th

Opening night will feature a special rooftop performance by French symphonic composer Koudlam alongside a jumbo outdoor screening of Cyprien Gaillard’s ‘Crazy Horse’ accompanied by explosions and visual effects

O.H.W.O.W. Gallery
3100 NW 7 Avenue in Miami
http://www.oh-wow.com/

Multiversal + Feminality Group Shows
December 3rd – 6th 5pm – 10pm (free admission)
American Legion in the Miami Modern District
6445 NE 7th Ave

Featuring a custom art toy expo including some of the top toy customizers in the business, live painting by Tara McPherson, Buff Monster, Kano, Phetus, Mear One and more, a South Florida room showcasing local famous talent (such as Skot Olsen), live music during and after gallery hours featuring iMayDay!, Fusik, Shawn Chrystopher among others, and the ‘School of Hard Knocks’ which highlights the best and brightest art by students, alumni and professional faculty from The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and the Miami International University of Art & Design – in total over 150 artists will be taking part in this special event – check the site for the full lineup of artists in the accompanying group shows

www.MultiversalGroupShow.com

Graffiti Gone Global group show
3252 NE 1st Avenue, Suite 101 in Miami

Opening Reception:
Thurs, Dec. 3rd (exact details not confirmed)

General Hours:
Friday, December 4th: 12 – 8pm / Saturday, December 5th: 12 – 9pm / Sunday, December 6th: 12 — 3pm

Curated by James and Karla Murray, authors of best-selling titles Store Front-The Disappearing Face of New York, Miami Graffiti, Broken Windows and Burning New York, the exhibition will feature a selection of work from today’s top street artists.

Exhibiting artists include: 131 Projects (Argentina), Aiko Nakagawa (Japan), Armogedon 2057 (Armenia), Billi Kid (Colombia), Crome (Miami), Cycle (NYC), David Cooper (NYC), Doze Green (NYC), Ewok One 5MH (NYC), Flip (Brazil), Ghost aka Cousin Frank (NYC), Jana Joana (Brazil), Lady Pink (Ecuador), Nina (Brazil), Shiro (Japan), Smael (Brazil), Sofia Maldonado (Puerto Rico), Suiko (Japan) and Vitché (Brazil).

http://graffitigoneglobal.blogspot.com/

Art Whino: MIAMI
Art from two separate traveling exhibitions, ‘Life Essentials’ and ‘Old Skoolin’’ will be brought together in Miami for the first time – over 150 artists taking part

Charcoal Studios (Across the street from Scope)
2135 NW 1st Ave. in Miami

Press Preview: Wed, Dec. 2nd 11am-5pm
Artists/Exhibitor Mixer: Wed, Dec. 2nd 5pm-8pm
VIP and Press Cocktail: Wed, 8pm-Midnight

General Admission: Thurs, Dec. 3rd – Sat, Dec. 5th 11am-8pm

Reception with musical performance: Thurs, Dec. 3rd 8PM-Midnight ($30 admission*)

* Admission includes complimentary food samplings by Urbanite Bistro and complimentary beverages

http://www.artwhino.com/miami/

The official after-party bar of Art Basel 2009

Max Fish – 20 Year Anniversary
28 NE 14th Street in Miami

In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of this legendary New York City bar , a functioning bar in downtown Miami has been taken over and will feature an art installation created out of core elements of the Lower East Side location and will feature a full lineup of live bands and DJ’s performing nightly during the week as well as movie screenings in an outdoor space

For a full lineup of the bands and all the action:
http://www.oh-wow.com/upcoming/maxfish/

Please swing by and see us at Aqua – booth #25 – if you make it down to Miami this coming week.

Lil’ video from KMNDZ & Ekundayo…

Above is a great video documenting the mural that KMNDZ and Ekundayo rocked out for the ‘Movers & Shakers’ show that took place earlier this year at POVevolving in Chinatown. Shot by Job Alonso, the video came out just great.

Look for much more from both of these guys in the year ahead and if you are down in San Diego this weekend for ComiCon, keep your eyes peeled.

‘Culver City INVASION’ opens large…

Our ‘Culver City INVASION’ went off HUGE this past Saturday and was, for many, the highlight of the Art Walk. So many through this past Saturday afternoon offering up praise as one of the best, if not the best, show on the walk. It was humbling to hear it so often. Of course, that’s what makes art great – it’s all one’s personal perception… with that said, I’m sure many just didn’t get some of the art we represent, and that’s fine. As I so don’t get much of the work on display over in Culver City myself, but to each their own as they say. All I know is a slew of folks were making return visits throughout the day to view the progress of their favorite artist, and at several times throughout the day we had a line to get into the gallery. Many of the works created that day found homes as well, not to mention a good chunk of work from the group show, including both the major works from Ekundayo, our featured artist. All in all, an amazing day out in Culver City opening minds and exposing those we work with to a new audience.

Ekundayo‘s monster ‘Running Man’ piece (above) greeted patrons as they entered our ‘pop up’ show this past Saturday in Culver City. Measuring in at 4′ x 5′, it was a true showstopper and sold moments after the doors opened.

We filled up 9 pages (30 names per sheet) of new sign ups in our mailing list and gave out 2,000 lightbulb logo stickers, 2,000 1″ logo buttons and over 1,000 each of our June opening event show cards. To say we made a nice impact is an understatement. Thank you to all that came out, showed support and spread the word throughout the day and kept coming back for the live art, positive energy, and cold Grolsch beer. So many kept coming in saying they heard it was the show to check out, from press to fellow MOCA Contemporaries members to collectors to other gallery owners. Just an awesome day.
Please read on for a recap of the day’s events. The energy kept us going throughout the day, but when Sunday morning hit, the reality of what was in fact an eight hour long opening hit hard on the old body/mind. A packed house all day long made all the hard work that went into this event so very much worth it. Such a long and rewarding day.

Ekundayo early in the day working on his piece…

Ekundayo putting on touches towards the end of the day…

Jesse Hotchkiss mid-afternoon working away on his piece… look for this one to appear in his upcoming Thinkspace solo show this December. Can’t wait!

Hotchkiss laying in the details towards day’s end…

LC, aka Mr. NumberOnederful, laid down the beats throughout the day, along with a lil’ help from our good friend DJ Patrick Icon from C.A.V.E. Gallery… works from ELBOW-TOE were holding down the fort out front the DJ area.

Mear One arrived a bit late in the day, but once he set up, it was on. Watching Mear paint live is an event unto itself. Within a matter of a few hours he had rocked out a sick live work…

Mear laying in some final details…

Finished piece from Mear One at night’s end.

Michael Alvarez was out and doing his thing, here’s his piece towards the end of the day. Shortly after this a friend got to bustin’ on the piece as well. See our Flickr for more shots of that.

Michael Pukac working away on one of three pieces he completed that day. The man is a machine and his more refined oil works are just stunning. Look for more from him at Thinkspace next year, in the meantime, we’ll be having him out for numerous live painting events throughout year’s end including a special event with MOCA coming up later this June.

Pukac at work…

The crowd in the back gallery watching the live painters about 3PM… just a packed house!
One of the newest members of the Thinkspace family, Nathan DeYoung, grew a big crowd early and it never let up, with many returing throughout the day to watch his progress over and over, some collectors coming back to check in as many as four or five times.

DeYoung hard at work…

Close up of Nathan DeYoung‘s piece

Front of house about 2PM – just packed taking in the work of our artists. From young to old, we were getting some nice compliments on the variety and quality of work on view, not to mention the energy being given off by the 9 live painters and live DJ action…

Back of the gallery about 5PM… still packed and still pulsating out the positive energy…

Picking apart the work of David MacDowell. His piece had many figuring out the characters included and then discussing the meaning… good luck folks, Mr. MacDowell is a mad man (and that’s why we love him).

Taking in the work in the front gallery

Mid-poetry slam around 430PM – the crowd LOVED the slam and we can’t wait for Mike The Poet to invade Thinkspace on Sun, August 30th for the first of many Poetry Slams to follow.

The Poetry Slam in progress…

Michael Pukac continued to draw a crowd into the evening…

What a line up… Ekundayo, Michael Alvarez, Jesse Hotchkiss, Zoso, Michael Pukac and Nathan DeYoung on the end… to soon be joined by Mear One later in the afternoon (with Asylm and Anthony Clarkson holding down fort on the other side)…

Back gallery install shot…

Front gallery install shot complete with huge door coutresy of Gaia
Front gallery install shot

Back gallery install shot

Anthony Clarkson and Asylm going to town in the back gallery

Anthony Clarkson laying in some detail work. Look for this piece to be included in his upcoming show at Gallery 1988 up in SF…

Asylm laying in the framework of his piece…

Asylm near day’s end working away on his piece…

It would be impossible to guess at how many cellphone photos were snapped on Saturday, everywhere I looked, folks were snapping away in front of their favorite works.

Crowd in the front gallery late in the afternoon, about 6PM, still packed and active…

Dog day afternoon… we had a sign up welcoming dogs with a lil’ water dish out front… so many out on the walk with their owners, it was very cool how many were coming through the space that afternoon…

Taking in the work of Brian Viveros

Zoso doing his thing, creating just a beautiful work for a live piece…

Mike The Poet doing his thing with Zoso painting away in the background…

Front gallery title wall view (with glimpse into the back gallery)

Front gallery title wall view 2

Check out some add’l coverage here courtesy of Dailydujour.
View all the works in the show here.
To view the full photo set featuring over 200 photos chronicling the day’s events over an 8 hour period, please click here.
It was pretty much a packed house from about 1PM until we closed the doors at 830PM. Again, thank you to all that came out and showed support and had a good time.
Big props to all our artists that took part in the show, those that came out and rocked it live for us, the city of Culver City and all at City Hall that helped to make this event possible, Living Color Graphics, Grolsch, Citizen and the MOCA Contemporaries for their support of this awesome event.
See you all at our next event, back at our gallery, next Fri, June 12th!

‘Culver City INVASION’ coming up Sat, May 30th…

Thinkspace is proud to present:

‘Culver City INVASION’

May 30th 12 Noon – 8PM

During the 4th Annual ARTWALK Culver City

With special support from:
Citizen LA / MOCA Contemporaries / Grolsch

‘Pop Up’ Gallery Location during ARTWALK Culver City:
8542 Washington Blvd. (just a couple doors west of Corey Helford & Cerasoli)

* A portion of the proceeds raised will go to benefit the MOCA Contemporaries

With featured artist:
EKUNDAYO

Alongside works from:
Acorn, Allison Sommers, Anthony Clarkson, Anthony Pontius, ARMSROCK, Brandi Milne, Brian Viveros, Camilla d’Errico, Catherine Brooks, Cherri Wood, Craig “Skibs” Barker, Damon Soule, Dan-ah Kim, David MacDowell, Dennis Hayes IV, ELBOW-TOE, Erik Siador, Fafi, Fumi Nakamura, Gaia, Ghostpatrol, G.R.L., Hannah Stouffer, Joao Ruas, John Antoski, Joshua Mays, KMNDZ, Lilly Piri, Matthew Feyld, Microbo, Nathan DeYoung, Paul Barnes, Peter Taylor, Rebecca Hahn, Reuben Rude, Seth Armstrong, Skewville, Stella Im Hultberg, Timothy Karpinski, Tony Philippou, Tran Nguyen, Turf One, Yosuke Ueno, Yuka Yamaguchi, & Zach Johnsen

PLUS a live painting demonstration featuring:
Mear One – Asylm – Nathan DeYoung – Anthony Clarkson – Michael Pukac – Michael Alvarez – Zoso – Jesse Hotchkiss + more TBC

PLUS a poetry slam @ 4PM:
With ‘Mike The Poet’ & friends

PLUS beats curated by:
Mr. Numberonederful

‘Duality’ with Ekundayo & Joshua Clay this Fri @ Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn…

EKUNDAYO & JOSHUA CLAY‘Duality’

Opening Reception: THIS Friday, April 3rd, 7pm-10pm @ Ad Hoc Art
Press/VIP/Buyer Preview from 6-7pm

Show runs: April 3rd through May 3rd, 2009

This is the first major show on the east coast for both artists, and we wish them both the best of luck. This is going to be a ‘must see’ show for those in the NYC / Brooklyn area this weekend.

For add’l images, check out our first preview post on this special exhibit here.

One of the many murals coming together…

The progress continues…

Big collaborative mural just starting to take shape from Clay and Dayo…

Digital Preview Links:

For all inquiries, please email Garrison at info@adhocart.org

Ad Hoc Art
Brooklyn, NY