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Honey, I Shrunk The Streets: 1AM Gallery Introduces a Miniature Street Art Show  
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123Klan, Amuse, Apex, BASK, Blo, Mark Bode, Robert Bowen, Camer, Chek, 64 Colors, Christopher de Leon, Does, Duel, Estria, Goser, Monty Guy, Chad Hasegawa, Jesse Hernandez, HYDE, Hydro74, Joker ICP, Kan, Lango, Nate1, Optimist, Felipe Pantone, Pemex, Plantrees, Ratur, Rpes, Chris RWK, SATYR, Sen2, Slick, Rafael Sliks, Tenfold, Toro, Mike “BAM” Tyau, Vyal at 1AM SF 10/5/14
  Street art thrives on large spaces  — giving a huge wall to a street artist is like giving a little kid free range of an entire playground. On a sizable concrete wall, street artists can bring all sorts of artistic visions to life. So what happens when you make that surface considerable smaller? That’s the humorous take that “Honey, I Shrunk the Streets” will explore at 1AM Gallery. The show will feature mini billboards, brick walls, trucks and dumpsters courtesy of TYO toys. All of these... [more]
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It's a Cruel Cruel Summer at Jonathan LeVine Gallery   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Mike Ballard, BLADE, Mark Bode, Tim Conlon, Cope, Shepard Fairey, Finok, FREEDOM, Sam Friedman, Mike Giant, Maya Hayuk, Eric Haze, Horfé, HuskMitNavn, Dabs Myla, Caleb Neelon, NIagar, Cleon Peterson, Pose, Recok, Victor Reyes, Rime, RISK, ben venom at Jonathan LeVine Gallery - 557C West 23rd August 6th, 2014 - August 23rd, 2014
Posted 8/13/14
People say galleries get slow in the summer in New York, but there is nothing lacklustre or mundane about the group exhibition at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Curated by collector and graffiti historian Roger Gastman, the exhibition’s title is derived from the popular song featured in the original Karate Kid film by Bananarama. The music video portrays the three female band members causing trouble and dancing throughout New York City – including a Dukes of Hazard-esque car chase that involves... [more]
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We Aren't in Kansas Anymore, Toto   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Mark Bode, Vaughn Bode, Guy Colwell, R. Crumb, Jay Kinney, Paul Mavrides, Dan O'Neill, Trina Robbins, Spain Rodriguez, Gilbert Shelton, Larry Todd, Randy Vogel, S. Clay Wilson at Electric Works July 10th, 2009 - August 22nd, 2009
Posted 7/27/09
  Before we get into the details of Electric Works' current show “The Cresting Wave: The San Francisco Underground Comix Experience,” let's begin with a little historical context. Underground comix were born in the early 60's, although the genre didn't gain momentum and visibility until later that decade. Drawing inspiration from satirical publications like Mad as well as the prevailing social movements of the time, comix artists embraced subjects like sex, drugs, and political protest. The... [more]
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