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“Hecho En Oaxaca” Indoors and On The Street

“Made in Oaxaca” Shifts Street Art Eyes to Historic Mexican City Museo de Arte Contemporáneo Oaxaca (MACO) Show Features Pedro Alonzo and Friends Already a cultural capital of a quarter million, the city of Oaxaca itself is a World Heritage Site and sits six miles east of Monte Albán, the Zapotecs city that is traced […]

Os Gêmeos and “The Giant of Boston”

The twins have left Boston, but not before they opened their first solo museum show in the U.S. and left behind a handful of public installations that have garnered major attention as people once again grapple with the concept of art in the streets. Otavio and Gustavo Pandolfo have done large installations in large cities […]

ICA Boston Presents: Os Gemeos First Solo US Exhibition (Boston, MA)

Os Gemeos Os Gemeos in Miami, 2005. Detail. (photo © Jaime Rojo) OS GEMEOS August 1–November 25, 2012  The ICA presents the first solo U.S. exhibition of Brazilian  artists Os Gemeos. The ICA exhibition will include a selection of the artists’ paintings and sculptures, as well as a public mural outside the museum Organized by Pedro […]

Peek at Swoon’s “Anthropocene Extinction” Opening at Boston’s ICA

Swoon (photo © Geoff Hargadon) Opening tonight at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, is an exhibition of new work by Brooklyn Street Artist SWOON, called Anthropocene Extinction. “The title addresses humanity’s impact on the environment,” says Pedro Alonzo, the Adjunct Curator of the show and the guy who brought the very successful Street […]

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