The Los Angeles MOCA (Museum Of Contemporary Art) opened its doors to the public yesterday for 'Art In The Streets'. Easily the most impressive graffiti/street art show ever unveiled. You must see it yourself to fully appreciate the sheer scale of the installations. Here are a few flicks from the opening reception courtesy of Reyes.
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S.O.S is the result of an argument between printmaker and painter. The dialog between printer and artist creates a tension which transforms a sketch of a painting into a new object as a print, only resembling the original in gesture. SOS is represented by a heavily weighed and decaying yet vibrantly colored and hopeful ship floating in a void. SOS is fully realized within the brush strokes of Gouache and hand pulled layers of pure pigmented acrylic, setting a course to the silver lining somewhere amongst the ebb and flow of printing and painting. Available only at www.reyes78.com
Our parking lot paint job was finished last night and now the largest food fight mural in existence towers over our parked cars. A big thanks goes out to Pose, Richard Colman, Persue, Steel, Lango, Rime, Ewok, Tyke Witnes, Vizie, Augor, Reyes, Jurne, KC, and Christian Turner for all executing this large collaboration together.
Our parking lot got painted this weekend by some of the world's best graffiti writers. Friends from around the country got together and collaborated on what's sure to be the largest food fight mural in existence. King Kong Burger vs. Hot DogZilla. Finished photos soon...