A Major Minority: Widening the Definition of Urban Art
108, 2501, ABCDEF, Xuan Alyfe, Amandalynn, Antistatik, ASKEW, Mike Bam, Basik, Alexander Becherer, Thomas Bestvina, Bezt, Blaqk, Blo, Boe, Bom.K, Borondo, Christopher Derek Bruno, Thomas Canto, Karlos Carcamo, Cain Caser, COL, Corn79, DAME, Ken Davis, Deams, Debens, Defer, Dem189, Demsky, Evgeniy Dikson, Dime, Djae, Does, EKG, Estria, Etnik, Franco Jaz Fasoli, FAUST, Gilbert1, Hellbent, Stephen Holding, INO, Jerry Inscoe, Jaw, Jurne, Kan, Katre, Kema, Kidghe, Alex Kuznetsov, Kwest, Legz, Arnaud TRBDSGN Liard, Alexey Luka, Mac1, Silvio Magaglio, Mags, Todd Mazer, Martina Merlini, Mes, Moneyless, Matt W. Moore, Morik, Nawer, Nelio, Nmph, O.Two, Alex One, LX One, See One, Jay Paavonpera, Felipe Pantone, Duncan Passmore, Pener, Petro, Poesia, Proembrion, Nibor Reiluos, Max Rippon, Clams Rockefeller, Scott La Rockwell, Samuel Rodriguez, Romi, Rubin, Sainer, Satone, Seikon, Sepe, Slicer, Slick, Rafael Sliks, COLLIN VAN DER SLUIJS, Sowat, Spé, Stendec, Graphic Surgery, SWIZ, Tobe, Thiago Toes, Drew Tyndell, V3rbo, Vesod, Wais, Wane, Dana Woulfe, Drew Young, Vincent Abadie Hafez Zepha at 1AM Gallery
March 14th - April 12th
In a relatively small, white-walled room, 1AM Gallery legitimately pushes the meaning of the phrase ‘group show.’
When visitors enter the current exhibit, entitled A Major Minority, they encounter walls full of pieces. Rows and rows of artworks cover each wall and showcase the talent of more than 100 artists from more than 18 countries. Many sections include multiple pieces by the same person, giving viewers more than a small taste of each artist’s work.
At first, the sheer amount of... [more]
Renee Castro, El Chamuco, Jacqueline Cooper, Ken Davis, Opal Essence, Amy M. George, Roberto Guerrero, Xochitl Guerrero, Miraiam Martinez, Montana Murdoch, Matt Ritchie, Michelle Ritchie, Carlos Villez at Autobody Fine Art Gallery
October 31st, 2009 - November 29th, 2009
A few weeks ago we euthanized our cat Rebecca, who was nearly eighteen years old. Her kidneys were failing, she couldn’t walk, and she was suffering. We took her to the vet, stayed with her while the overdose of anesthesia was administered, and were with her when she died. One moment she was our beloved pet, and the next there was a lifeless body. The feeling of loss was palpable, as though suddenly there was a vacuum created when life left her.
As I wrote in ”Being and Nothingness... [more]