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KingPop Flexes at FLUX

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Autumnal breezes on the East-West platform at Edgewood-Candler Park ~ before this, I’d strolled the neighborhood named for the park, after a brief stretch of the park itself, after Historic Druid Hills. Lovely, underrated urbane city to walk, Atlanta. The MARTA train arriving now to whoosh me away through buildings and trees, through the urban forest to its [...]

#KeithHaringTaughtMe Street Art is the New Fine Art

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It's been more than 30 years since then unknown artist Keith Haring traded his humble beginnings in a small town for the big city dreams of a city like New York and entered school at The School of Visual Arts. That was 1978. It's 2012, and Street Art is a now global phenomenon. The new generation of artists taking a cue from Haring and others of that mov[...]

Art and Aesthetic Aces: Ahol Sniffs Glue Puts in Work "Full Time"

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One of Miami's most lovable street artists is set to open his latest solo exhibition Ahol: Full-Time Feb 17 at Mercenary Square in Little Havana. His first exhibition in two years, Full Time finds the artist saluting the working class by visually and sonically documenting the decay of society. Tuning inward, he focuses on fruitless jobs he's worked while[...]

Olek's Story of Life, Love, Trust and Lust in Modern Times

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Olek's first solo exhibition in the UK, opens this Thursday, January 26 at Tony's Gallery in London. Entitled I do not expect to be a mother, but I do expect to die alone, the show runs through March 23, and features a bevy of her signature crocheted mixed media sculptural environments which according to the artist, "tell a story that's a reflection of l[...]