Recap | Revok – Made in Detroit MOCA Book Release & Signing

January 07 2014 . 10:57pm

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REVOK  signing copies of his book, Revok: Made in Detroit, documenting works from the past two years in Motor City after his departure from his native Los Angeles. The book’s inspired by exploration of the Detroit and his pieces are representational of Detroit’s landscape, assembling rhythmic pieces from salvaged finds. Limited to 200 copies, each cover unique, sprayed by the artist in store.

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New Barry McGee book

November 11 2010 . 06:28pm

Barry McGee
Edited by Aaron Rose.
Published by Damiani

Barry McGee’s art buzzes with an infectious street vitality that celebrates the rich pageant of city living, while lambasting its ills, overstimulations, frustrations, addictions. His early years as a graffiti artist, tagging on the streets of San Francisco under such monikers as Ray Fong, Twist and Twisto, still nourish his drive to inscribe the blank face of modern life with the personal and the handmade. A part of the early 1990s art and graffiti boom associated with San Francisco’s Mission School (others include Clare Rojas, Chris Johanson and Aaron Noble) and with the Beautiful Loser generation, McGee synthesizes a wide range of resources, including the Mexican muralists, anonymous street art and San Francisco Beat poetry, all of which are notably characterized by a sense of public address that McGee never neglects to convey in his own work. His paintings, drawings and installations spill over with graphic energy and political anger, and direct exhortations to his audience to respond to the life around them. This hardcover artist’s book takes the form of a visual collage, incorporating photographs, drawings, paintings and documentation of past and present installations. It is the definitive volume on a much-loved artist.
Barry McGee was born in San Francisco in 1968 and studied at the San Francisco Art Institute. He continues to live and work in that city. He has had solo exhibitions at Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum in Waltham, Massachusetts, Deitch Projects in New York and the Watari Museum of Contemporary Art in Tokyo.

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Shepard Fairey x Subliminal Projects Opening | photos by Willie T

September 17 2010 . 07:53pm

Photos by: Willie T

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Victor Reyes | Hand touched Misspelled books

August 25 2010 . 07:40am

MISSPELLED BOOK 104 pages full color with Spot varnished spreads. art card soft cover matte finish. signed with custom serigraph on the inside of the front or back cover edition of 300. The buyer has a choice of the letter they would like customized, and i pick the color.

The MISSPELLED book visually chronicles the last two years of Letters, both indoor and out. From pencil sketch’s pen and ink illustrations to the finished products . This book is a modest documentation about my passion for graffiti,California and certainly San Francisco. A one of kind piece self published by me, signed sealed and delivered to your door.

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Victor Reyes | Misspelled show closing – San Francisco

August 16 2010 . 03:26pm

1632 Market Street,
San Francisco, CA 94102
Closing party: Thursday, August 19, 2010 | 6-9pm

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