Have you seen Brooklyn’s grandest example of Public Artwork? It was built on a framework designed by our fellow artists, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. They felt that social reform could be achieved through art. Nobody is aware it exists. Development may eclipse it. http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d2/Arch_and_EmpireSB_-_Grand_Army_Plaza_Brooklyn.jpg
The Empire State Building is framed inside and bisects Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Memorial Arch. http://www.rfkessler.com/coincidenceColor.pdf
Protecting and promoting this work-in-progress, begun before the Civil War ended, is now up to today’s artists. We can raise public awareness and save this massive and unknown Public Artwork. If you can, forward the links to artists, politicos, media and civilians – Thanks - Richard
that's your own issues, man. stop projecting on me. psyche! good to meet and discuss the finer nuances of life philosophy. let me know what's good soon. i'd like to get down with you guys and create. peace.
Please join 0H10M1ke and the futuristic heroes of Comandante Zero for an evening of cocktails, illustrations, and a live performance that combines music, art, dance and projected live illustration. This is a show to promote his 2008 project, 10,000 Pe0ple.
Drawings: for sale
Projections and Cocktails 7PM
Performance and Cocktails 9PM
I hope to see you there.
Thank you in advance for your continued support!
Yesssssssssirrrrrr!!!! Whats Good RESKEW!!!! The streets are talking baby. Word is, YOU, 2ESAE, SKI, AVONE were all up in the MoMA on some G.R.L. take over the art world DESTROY and REBUILD type of ish. ya heard. No doubt. Scream at me, NOBODY WILL ALWAY BE THERE. - TMNK:5150 everywhere. everyday. and that is SoSIC.