Chuck D Announces "Artmageddon" Exhibition At Shepard Fairey's Los Angeles Gallery

Los Angeles, CA – Public Enemy mastermind Chuck D has introduced a brand new gallery present that includes unique works in watercolor and ink. Titled “Artmageddon,” the present is being held at Shepard Fairey’s Subliminal Projects Gallery in Los Angeles.

Fairey, who penned the foreword for Chuck’s This Day In Rap and Hip Hop History e-book, spoke in regards to the Hip Hop luminary’s impression on the tradition in a press launch and is clearly thrilled to host Chuck’s work.

“Chuck D is a hero and a legend,” he mentioned. “Not simply to me however to many individuals who worth the ability of his music, his outspoken social and political voice and his optimistic affect on tradition. I’m very excited to announce that our gallery Subliminal Projects might be opening an exhibition of Chuck’s paintings this January.

“His paintings supplies a singular and very important perspective, and I’m at all times completely happy to rejoice his dynamic impression on the world. Thanks for the inspiration, Chuck!”

The admiration is mutual. Chuck is equally impressed with Fairey’s fingerprint on the artwork group.

“Like Hip Hop, visible artwork has the ability to ship a message with an explosive pressure,” Chuck mentioned. “Shepard has created an area to remind us all that visible artwork has a voice, a spot, an impression on the world we live in. It insists that you simply suppose and makes you are feeling. I’m humbled to have my work cling on the partitions of Subliminal Projects.”

“Artmageddon” opens on Saturday (January 12) at 7 p.m. PT and can run till January 26.

 

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