Fun Friday Stories
1. ASVP is “Down to Earth”
2. Ferris Wheel Minus the Wheel = Floating People in the Sky (VIDEO)
3. SPOKE Art Group Show (SF)
4. How to Steal a Banksy from the “Wild” in Palestine (VIDEO)
5. XAM Flies West to Flip the Bird
6. In Lebanon Courage is Contagious (VIDEO)
ASVP is “Down to Earth”
Tonight, Black Book Gallery is hosting the opening of A.S.V.P. The Duo from Brooklyn in Denver, Colorado.
For more information about this show please click on the link below:
Ferris Wheel Minus the Wheel = Floating People in the Sky
SPOKE Art Group Show (SF)
On The West Coast in San Francisco Spoke Art Gallery brand new group show with works by Handiedan, Charmaine Olivia, Craww and Tatiana Suarez opened yesterday.
Tati in the old RC Cola Factory in Miami for Primary Flight. (photo © Jaime Rojo)
For more information about this show click on the link below:
How to Steal a Banksy from the “Wild” in Palestine
XAM Flies West to Flip the Bird
Fuzion Gallery in Santa Barbara, CA is hosting “Flipn’ The Bird”, their new group show which includes Brooklyn’s XAM with Chadillac and Martin Diaz
XAM in Brooklyn, NY (photo © Jaime Rojo)
More on Flipn’ The Bird HERE
In Lebanon Courage is Contagious
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