|"Anonymous Gallery is proud to combine three generations of prolific artists whose work has been influenced by, or has directly influenced popular culture, design, and the urban environment." NYC|
The Piece Process
Featuring: Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Richard Hambleton, Robert Indiana, Dennis Oppenheim, Ray Johnson, Todd James, Bast, Eric Haze, Carlos Mare 139 Rodriguez, Elbow Toe, AIKO, Kenji Hirata, Greg Lamarche, Aakash Nihalani, Erik Foss, Deven Marriner, Michael De Feo, Logan Hicks, Judith Supine, Dan Witz, Maya Hayuk, Daniel Joseph, Ripo, Skewville, Brandon Friend, Mel Kadel, Scott Teplin, Darkcloud, MOMO, Dan Funderburgh, Ellis Gallagher, Matt Siren, Clayton Brothers, and MORE!
December 17 - Feb 8th
329 Broome Street, Lower Level, New York, NY 10002
Anonymous Gallery is proud to combine three generations of prolific artists whose work has been influenced by, or has directly influenced popular culture, design, and the urban environment. The Piece Process will unite relevant artists with their contemporary counterparts through artwork that serves as a reference or an impetus to something larger or more complete. Anonymous Gallery will exhibit unique pieces of art in the form of sketchbook drawings and original works on paper or found objects from over 30 established and emerging artists exhibiting in New York. The exhibition intends to create discourse in regard to artists who have not only influenced one another, but society through their use of iconography, collage, pen, paint, and print
Took the night off to go and show a little support to a fellow art fiend and friend Monica LoCascio from Overspray who with the help of Joseph at Anonymous Gallery put on this show (featuring mad art icons). From where I was standing 'The Piece Process' was a large one. Also helping with the art stockpile was the Woodward Gallery and I can only assume many others from behind the scenes were throwing into this mash-up. Great show, check it out until the Feb 8th.
Someone was up to some fishy photo work, sometimes I attempt a cool photo.
Got reflective voyeur and not so reflective voyeur.
A bunch of who's who's lurking about, shooo!
The first floor was pretty jam packed, with a bunch of large work.
Some cool stuff I did not recognize...
Some that I did... Like Ernest Concepcion who is dope!
Who's Who's, Ya heard!
Downstairs was equally as crowded but the work was right up my dirty alley!
You want the chair, there ya go.... Switch! This piece is by some guy named Andy Warhol.
A couple more from this Warhol guy.
The Always admired Clayton Brothers.
A couple shit crust works by BAST.
This little Judith Supine paste fest... His street steeze tends to go much much bigger.
Even if Matt Siren's work is some VooDoo branding shit, it's memorable and really well done. Check him out.
For me what is cool about seeing Basquiat pieces (like this one) is not so much the piece itself but more the time it represents, icon pop art of the 80s. This show had a cool way of tying in the shit that was happening 20-30 years ago, to the shit that is happening now... act like you know!
It's been real and fun, but I gotta go just the same!
Back out into the dark city I go.
Words & photos: Manuel Bello | manuel(at)fecalface.com
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