Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape from July 18th 2010 - FAD Magazine

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Viva La Revolucion: A Dialogue with the Urban Landscape from July 18th 2010

Image: Date Farmers, Me No Sugar, 2008, mixed media and collage on found metal Courtesy of Jonathan LeVine Gallery Adam Wallacavage

The Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego (MCASD) will be hosting one of the first street art museum exhibits in the middle of July. Citing the cultural influence of art in cities, “Viva La Revolucion” brings together some of the most high profile street artists today that have made an impact on city spaces with their socio-political works. Not only will the exhibit be one of the broadest street art museum displays ever curated, but the city of San Diego will also pay host to several public works created in currently unknown locations by some of the featured artists. Invader’s pieces are just one of the public works, with more pieces to follow by the likes of Shepard Fairey, Os Gemeos, and Blu and David Ellis, and possibly Banksy.

Here is a complete list of the artists participating:
Akay,Banksy,Blu,Mark Bradford,William Cordova,Date Farmers,Stephan Doitschinoff,Dr. Lakra,Dzine,David Ellis
FAILE,Shepard Fairey,Invader,JR,Barry McGee,Ryan McGinness,Moris,Os Gemeos,Swoon,Vhils Via:[Vandalog]




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