Samuel Owens Gallery Presents: “On Every Street” A Group Show Curated by Michael DeFeo (Greenwich, Ct)

On Every Street
brooklyn-street-art-michael-defeo-samuel-owen-galleryMichael DeFeo has been busy curating a large exhibition entitled, On Every Street for Samuel Owen Gallery in Greenwich, CT.

Mark your calendars, folks… the show opens on October 6th and features over 30 artists that work in the streets or use the streets in their works.

Artists in the exhibition are: Above, Aiko, Michael Anderson, Banksy, Jean-Michel Basquiat, C215, Tony Curanaj, Michael De Feo, D*Face, Ellis Gallagher, Keith Haring, Ron English, Blek le rat, Faile, Shepard Fairey, John Fekner, JMR, Gaia, Richard Hambleton, Hargo, Maya Hayuk, Don Leicht, Tom Otterness, Lady Pink, Lister, Ripo, Mike Sajnoski, Jeff Soto, Chris Stain, Swoon, Thundercut, and Dan Witz.

Stay tuned for more details, this is surely going to be one not to miss!

On Every Street
October 6 – November 3, 2011

Opening reception: October 6, 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Samuel Owen Gallery
378 Greenwich Avenue
Greenwich, CT 06830


Greenwich is approximately 35 minutes from Grand Central Terminal and the gallery is only a one minute walk from the Greenwich Station.

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Trinity College, Widener Gallery Present: Poster Boy Solo Show “Street Alchemy” (Hartford, CT)

brooklyn-street-art-poster-boy-Trinity College-Widener Gallery

Opening Reception:
Trinity College, Widener Gallery (Hartford, CT)
Thursday, September 15
Free Food & DJ


After Party, Drinks & DJ from 8pm-? Location TBA

In case you don’t already know:

Poster Boy is a political street artist(s) from Brooklyn, New York. Poster Boy is known for spontaneously altering and collaging street and subway billboards with only a razor. The work ranges from incisive social commentary to satire to toilet humor, but like all unsanctioned graffiti and street art, it is considered vandalism and thus deemed illegal. All the while, the corporate graffiti that bombards our senses and pollutes our visual environment with advertisements remains unquestioned. This hypocrisy is the driving force behind Poster Boy’s work. In turn, the viewer is forced to consider the difference between what is legal and what is right.

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