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‘In the Name of the Blood Shed’ Exhibition Fotos

March 9, 2009

After the Justseeds install, I took off for Mérida, Yucatan. I just got in yesterday, but I haven’t seen any exciting (street) art, yet. Send me a shout out if anyone knows some artists or areas to check out here in the Yucatan.
In the mean time, here are a couple of flics from the show I curated, ‘In the Name of the Blood Shed.’ Photographers Antonio Turok and Edith Sánchez Morales were in the house. Street Art collectives Lapiztola and Zzierra Rrezzia will hopefully be in Michigan conducting workshops for the closing. Stop by if in Michigan before the end of the month.

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4 comments on “‘In the Name of the Blood Shed’ Exhibition Fotos”

The large pieces are silkscreens on 18 x 24 inch paper which fit together like wallpaper. The images on top are stencils, done either on top of the serigraphs or on paper that was then cut to the dimensions of the stencil.

Agreed, really amazing looking work. How about some tighter shots so we can see whats going on in the pieces up close? Were versions of the stencils put up in the streets of Oaxaca???

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