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Capital Offense: The End(s) of Capitalism

February 1, 2012

Our LA and Southern California readership might want to check out the new exhibition Capital Offense curated by Jennifer Gradecki and Renee Fox that opened this past weekend (and runs through the second week of March) at the Beacon Arts Building in Inglewood. The show has a great line up of artists and scholars, including a number of Justseeds artists. The exhibition itself is dedicated to Dara Greenwald and features her 2011 essay “Does Corporate Culture Still Suck?” Other Justseeds work includes prints by Josh MacPhee and Pete Yahnke Railand, and a sign project by myself (must say this is one of my all time favorite placements for my sign work.) Other artists in the show include the Aaron Burr Society, Bankster Games, Critical Art Ensemble, Steve Lambert, and Holly Crawford, among many others. Congrats to Jennifer and Renee for curated one of the most promising exhibitions of the year.


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One comment on “Capital Offense: The End(s) of Capitalism”

Ok … I see the small sign with “capitalism” running across the street caution sign.
What does it mean? It seems like trying to understand a Van Gogh?
Help me get it.

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