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Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrint Steve Powers (aka Espo of graffiti fame), proves that home really is where the heart is, when he unveiled his ambitious mural project “A Love Letter For You” to his native city of Philadelphia this past Fall. Through countless hours of community outreach, meetings, and social networking, Powers has brought together hundreds of West Philly residents to shape this project with through their artistic skills, insights on love, and thoughts on what their neighborhood means to them.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrint In the contemporary media climate – overwrought with tweets and live-feeds, links and newsflashes – oil painting can seem anachronistic, a simultaneously quaint and frivolous throwback to a former era of static imagery. The work of Aaron M Brown openly challenges that assumption, using traditional media to speak directly to the complex visual realities of today.
Share:FacebookTwitterLinkedinTumblrPrint Ducts Art Gallery’s interview series continues with printmaker/artist, Hoang Pham in conversation with Brooklyn-based performance artists, Holly Faurot and Sarah H Paulson. She communicates with them via email from her studio in Richmond, Virginia. Hoang: I’d like to start off by talking a little bit about your relationship. I know you two have been together for some time now–the baby years going back to college.
Emotional risk in dating is a lot like financial risk in investing...
...someday, when all your friends have mouths full of fillings, you'll understand.
My mother’s slow deterioration has corresponded with my greedy desire for carnal pleasure…