Feb.17th – March 11th, 2012
Opening Reception: Fri. Feb. 17th, 7-11pm
Featuring works by:
Andrew H. Shirley
Destroy & Rebuild
J. Ralph Phillips
“ALL TALK” features some of New York City’s boldest anti-heros, cynics and preachers. Those that run us through the gauntlet of fine art, design, and graffiti. From spray paint to oil paint to print making, this group of artists will display a collection of work to be hung in a gallery, but that can also be seen on the streets, walls and rooftops of New York. Their consistency and work ethic have been unparalleled in a scene that seems to be full of come and go artists looking for quick fame. This group has proved themselves time and time again to be among the most authentic and dedicated creators around. Engulfed with the love for what they do, they demonstrate their undaunted drive and creative dominance…………… unless it’s just all talk.
37 Broadway btwn Kent and Wythe
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Sat. & Sun. 12-7pm
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