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As a direct extension from the streets around the globe and the art it produces today, Crewest is proud to present “ABOVE the Radar” opening April 2, 2011 and on view through May 1, 2011. We are living a special time in history, never before has an art form occurred on the streets across the globe, every day, and everywhere by an infinite number of talented artists. ABOVE the Radar will feature this “Art Massive” in itself, showcasing some of the most spectacular works by dozens of street artists devoted to their art and their message. Artists in this exhibit carry strong roots in the graffiti and street art world of today and will present some of their finest cutting edge works. From three dimensional pieces that pop off the walls, to intricately made stenciled works, to outstanding colorful prints made by the most innovative designers/artists to enjoyable vinyl toys and much more. ABOVE the Radar will showcase it all.

Exhibiting Artists:

2wenty, Bron Theron, Bytedust, Chor Boogie, DCYPHER, DENZ One, Destroy All Design, Dril One, El Niño Elvis, EnikOne, Eriberto Oriol, Homo Riot, Hungerman, INEPT, IROK, John Carr, JTS, Kophns one, Man One, Mar, Max Neutra, Michael Pizarro, Nils Jawa, Nineta, Rick Rodriguez, Rome, Sacred194, Sahl, Scotch!, Septerhed, Sergio D, SMEAR, Steve Martinez aka Pablo Jimenez, Thomas the Messenger, Valerie G, Victor Malagon

Important Dates and Info:

Opening Reception: April 2, 2011 from 6-10pm

With live music by DJ Phyz Ed

Artwalk Night: April 14, 2011 from 6-10pm

With live music by DJ Phyz Ed

Show closes: May 1, 2011

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