February 2014

MEAR ONE – Knowledge Comes With A Price

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I just finished my latest mural “Knowledge Comes with a Price.” I painted this piece for the new breed of heroes who have put their lives in danger to inform We The People of the horrible atrocities our government has committed. Today’s problems require new conversations as to how we conduct our personal privacy and how we define freedom. “Sacrifice is the measure of credibility & information comes with a price. Knowledge is power & there is no higher knowledge than truth – the truth shall set you free.” -Mear One
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Women Street Artists

“WOMEN STREET ARTISTS”
Episode 4: TOOFLY
by Alexandra Henry

THIS IS A PHOTOGRAPHIC AND VIDEO EXPLORATION OF WOMEN STREET ARTISTS THAT AIMS TO FOSTER CULTURAL AWARENESS BY LOOKING AT THE LIVES OF TALENTED ARTISTS CURRENTLY CREATING IN CITIES AROUND THE WORLD. THIS DOCUMENTARY INVESTIGATES THEIR ARTISTIC STYLE AND MESSAGING WHILE IT ALSO PEEKS INTO THEIR DAILY LIVES WITHIN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE. AS EACH WOMAN’S STORY IS TOLD, A NARRATIVE TO THE HISTORY OF WOMEN COMING ON TO THE GRAFFITI / URBAN ART SCENE WILL BE ESTABLISHED.


TOOFLY // NYC // ECUADOR from Alexandra Henry on Vimeo.

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Kazilla “Riding the sun”

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“RIDING THE SUN”

BlinkGroup Gallery is proud to be representing rising street artist Kazilla in her exhibition “RIDING THE SUN” at the Wynwood Exhibition Center in Cafeina. Kazilla brings amazing sophistication to the table when it comes to her skillfully executed artwork. An unexpected and fast paced dart to the stars. “RIDING THE SUN”, displays a retrospective in light / color / nature / beauty. Looking back on the power of creation while moving forward in the path of destruction. Join us for the closing reception Friday, February 28th from 7-10 PM.

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Spot Light: Delvs

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Delvs draws girls. Born and raised in Miami, she draws girls we all know, love and hate. She draws strong girls, home-makers and home-wreckers. Although an artist since childhood, at fifteen she discovered graffiti, and since then has worked tirelessly to capture the female form in all it’s angst and beauty. From walls to canvas, her work is most often spontaneous and real-life inspired. She works in many mediums including pen and ink, acrylic, and spray paint.

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Find more of her work on IG @DELVS102

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