THE GREAT OUT DOORS
BRINGS OUTSIDE ART INDOORS
Street artists illustrate doors as canvases
May 2-29, 2009
The urban door is one of the most frequently used canvases for street and graffiti artists around the world, it's frame providing temporary shelter for the elusive artist, it's surface proclaiming missives for all the world to see.
The door is the subject of the landmark group exhibition the Great Out Doors, on view at Artbreak Gallery from May 2nd to the 29th.
Curated by Billi Kind and Luna Park, the exhibition features 27 doors, re-appropriated by some of today's hottest artists working the street. This show offers each artist the opportunity to expand on painting, stenciling and wheatpasting skills honed on the streets.
Billi Kid, Blanco, Broken Crow, Buildmore, Cake, C-Damage, Celso, Cern, Chris (RWK), Deeker, Destroy&Rebuild, Dude Company, Feral, Goldenstash, Imminent Disaster, Infinity, Kngee, LA 2, Matt Siren, Morgan Thomas, Peru Ana Ana Peru, Plasma Slugs, Veng (RWK), Royce Bannon, Skullphone, Stickman, Windowzoo, Yassie Goldie, and Luna Park presenting the slide photo show "Street Doors