Who better than Nomadé, Eddie Colla, ABCNT, and Cryptik to poke the MOCA institutional bear smack in the nose on April 16th with their new explosive show “Sniffin’ Glue.”
Armed with intense imagery and a collective history of street credibility, this fierce
foursome dare to not only provoke but stand in front of MOCA’s
institutional tank, refusing to allow Jeffery Deitch be the only street
art voice heard on this night.
“Sniffin’ Glue” is a collective display of power from four of the most
provocative west coast street artists – ABCNT, Nomadé, Cryptik and Eddie Colla.
It is a manifestation of a street art revolution that cannot be ignored.
The themes of their work span from power, peace, individualism to protest.
Fueled by revolution, ABCNT’s work pierces into the heart of our deepest political establishments. Cryptik’s art comes from a place of spirituality and his zen visual mastery.
Nomadé are the warriors of creation, not powered by weapons but by intensity and a powerful visceral style. The world of Eddie Colla captures the consciousness of the individual and the relationship to the ever-growing environmental challenges to conformity.
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