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Perry Rubenstein Gallery Presents: Faile “Bed Time Stories” (Manhattan, NY)

Faile FAILE BEDTIME STORIES November 4 – December 23, 2010 Perry Rubenstein Gallery 527 West 23rd Street New York, NY 10011 T 212.627.8000 F 212.627.6336 November 4 – December 23, 2010 Opening Reception, November 4, 2010, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM New York, October 18, 2010 – Perry Rubenstein Gallery presents Brooklyn-based multimedia […]

Hold Up Art Presents: “Marxist Glue” A Group Show (Little Tokyo, Los Angeles,CA)

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Yote: “The Bienvenidos Campaign” Update

Political postering has a long tradition in the public space – from slick to goofy to earnest to comic, everyone can get into the game of smacking their opinions on a wall or staking it onto a patch of grass. Street Artist Yote has jumped into the ring this year by putting his hand-painted signs amidst the forest of political missives along streets in Arizona.
In Yote’s case, it’s more of a plea for tolerance and brotherhood rather than a shill for a specific vote. Always a fanastic money maker for politicians and even religious leaders, the flames of good old fashioned racism have been fanned again this year. Here’s to the one-person campaign to dampen their enthusiasm.

Gallery 1988 Presents: TrustoCorp “New Americana” (Los Angeles, CA)

TrustoCorp This month, covert street art conglomerate TrustoCorp brings it’s unique brand of mischief and mayhem to Los Angeles for their first west coast exhibition titled ‘New Americana’. The exhibition focuses on the decay of the American Dream and absurdity of modern American culture. Known for their satirical and politically charged street signs, fake products […]