Here is something well worth getting excited over, Style Masters which is a visual art exhibit celebrating some of the pioneering artists that helped shape the worldwide public art phenomenon know as graffiti. Curated by Alan Ket and Joshua Ivory, Style Masters focuses on the works of artists from the 70s to the early 80s who influenced and changed the world of graffiti and popular culture. The works exhibited are replicas of original pieces that ran on the NYC subway when trains provided the only canvasses to which the artists had access. Consisting artist RIFF 170, PART ONE, CHAIN 3, FUZZ ONE, NOC 167, T-KID 170, PESO 131, TACK, and BUTCH 2.
Public viewing on
September 28th, 2008
3pm – 5pm
New York University’s Skirball Center for Performing Arts
566 Laguardia place at Washington Square South
Thanks to Alan Ket for all the info.