We’d like to give a huge shout out to the Museum Of Contemporary Art, which is holding the first ever major U.S. exhibition on street art and graffiti. 50 of the most prominent street artists since the 1970s will have their work on display – and with names such as Fab 5 Freddy, JR, and Shepard Fairey, it’s pretty obvious you won’t want to miss this dope exhibit. In fact, it seems that everything about the show is sick: the exhibition opens with a skate ramp designed by Lance Mountain and Geoff McFetridge, there is a special dedication to NYC graffiti artists from the 1980s, and the opening party is due to have performances by Grandmaster Caz, the Cold Crush Brothers, and Busy Bee. For more information, check out the MOCA site.
Posted on: Mar 17, 2011 in blog