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Subject: All Texas Graffiti Art Show in LA May 2nd
Pieced Together / L.A.
The All Texas Graffiti Art Show
In collaboration with:
I.C.U. Art • CBS Crew & Sloke One
Saturday, May 2, 2009
One night only
7pm – 11pm
TERRELL MOORE GALLERY
610 South Isis Ave.
Inglewood CA 90301
(West of the 405 Freeway – cross street is W. Hillcrest – one block south of W Manchester Blvd. )
(310) 309-7756 or email@example.com for ICU Art info.
Curated by Sloke One
Sloke, Wake, Spain, & Mez (Austin)
Enks Duo & Supher (San Antonio)
Coler, Beckit, Weah, Brok, Sode & Gonzo (Houston)
Soner & Size 21 (Dallas)
Grave, Myker & Durock (El Paso)
Dmise & News (The Valley)
Axis, Atlas, Haste, Dytch66 (CBS Crew – Los Angeles)
El Ninja Blanco aka Jaber (Los Angeles)
Terrell Moore & Ping Ping (Los Angeles)
Photography by Krutch
Sponsors: Montana Hardcore, Day in the Lyfe Magazine, Oink Art Limited, I.C.U. Art, CBS Crew & White Ninja.
This is a touring art exhibition featuring work by the top names in Texas Graffiti Art! Sloke One from Austin has put together a collection of graffiti art canvases by writers from all over Texas. The show which debuted in Austin originally, has already been shown in New York City and San Francisco. The exhibition will be shown in Pomona, CA and then in L.A. at the Terrell Moore Gallery on May 2nd. The show will go on to travel to Phoenix, El Paso, back to L.A. for a second stop, and then on to Dallas. New works have been added at each stop of the tour. The show features over 100 works of paint on canvas. All the work will be for sale at this one night event.
Special for the L.A. show will be work by members of the legendary Los Angeles graffiti art crew CBS, including artists Axis, Atlas, Haste and Dytch66.
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