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Robin Grearson Presents: “Street Art Pop Up Store” During BOS 2012 (Brooklyn, NY)

Posted on May 21, 2012

 

Bushwick Open Studios’ Street Art Pop-Up Store: A curated selection of affordable art by street artists & local favorites, June 1-3, 2012.
Brooklyn, NY May 14, 2011—Catch a curated collection of super-affordable artwork and artist-designed merchandise by well-established and emerging Brooklyn artists at Bushwick Open Studios June 1-3. Robin Grearson transforms her writing studio into a pop-up store with prices starting at free; nothing in the store will cost over $300. The artist roster promises to make the Street Art Pop-Up Store Bushwick’s must-see open studio for street-art fans looking to collect original drawings and paintings, prints, ‘zines, posters, and more. Many pieces from more than 18 artists will be exclusive to the store. Check out work from ASVP, Bethany Allard, Chris Stain, Criminy Johnson | QRST, Daniel Feral, Elle, Enzo & Nio, General Howe, Gilf!, Hellbent, Jon Burgerman, LNY, Moustache Man, Nathan Pickett, ND’A, Never, Quel Beast and Royce B.
For more info:
Robin Grearson, artstore@robingrearson.com, www.robingrearson.com/artstore.
Arts in Bushwick, artsinbushwick.org.
Dates/times:
Open to the public during Bushwick Open Studios, June 1-3, 2012
Friday, June 1: 2-7 PM
Saturday, June 2: 12-6 PM
Sunday, June 3: 12-7 PM
Location:
174 Bogart Street, #210
Brooklyn, NY 11206
L train, Montrose or Morgan stops
Selected exclusives:     
The return/debut of Moustache Man: Get your very own moustache! The Street Art Pop-Up Store is the first venue anywhere to carry (legal) work by the one and only “Moustache Man,” Patrick Waldo.
The debut of Enzo & Nio: The Street Art Pop-Up Store is the first venue to offer prints for sale by Brooklyn’s mash-up darlings, Enzo & Nio.
New Quel Beast series & ‘zine:  Quel Beast returns to Bushwick Open Studios with several new paintings from his “Selfish Portraits” series. Priced at $300 during BOS only. Also look for the premiere of his first-ever ‘zine.