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BEYOND THE STREETS

Dash Snow, Maripol, Guerrilla Girls, Barry McGee, Kenny Scharf, Shepard Fairey, Jenny Holzer, André Saraiva, Crash, Daze, Taki 183 , and Gordon Matta-Clark are among the artists in BEYOND THE STREETS, the “definitive showcase of graffiti and street art” at Werkartz, curated by Roger Gastman.*

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BEYOND THE STREETS, through July 6.

WERKARTZ, 1667 North Main Street, downtown Los Angeles.

beyondthestreets.com

artsy.net/beyond-the-streets

Top: Martha Cooper, Lil Crazy Legs during shoot for Wild Style, Riverside Park, NY, 1983.

Above: Paul Insect, Now We are Far Away, 2018.

Below: Martha Cooper, Keith Haring Painting Houston/Bowery Wall.

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ART AND COMMODITY AT THE HIRSHHORN

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BRAND NEW – ART AND COMMODITY IN THE 1980s brings together rarely seen works by Jessica Diamond, Peter Halley, Barbara Kruger, Joel Otterson, Erika Rothenberg, Sarah Charlesworth, Haim Steinbach, Meyer Vaisman, and Julia Wachtel, as well as artist collectives and projects such as ACT UP Gran Fury, The OfficesGeneral Idea, Guerilla Girls, and Fashion Moda.

 

BRAND NEW – ART AND COMMODITY IN THE 1980s, through May 13.

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM, Independence Avenue and 7th Street, Washington, D.C.

hirshhorn.si.edu/brand-new-art-commodity-1980s

See: nytimes.com/east-village-artist

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Donald Moffett, He Kills Me, 1987. Image credit © Donald Moffett.

Ken Lum, Alex Gonzalez Loves His Mother and Father, 1989. Image courtesy of the artist.

ACT UP Gran Fury, Silence = Death, 1987. Image credit: New Museum.

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