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Greg LaMarche Spruces Up Greenpoint

Greg LaMarche has spruced up the 22 acre construction zone at Greenpoint Landing (that will soon become mixed income housing). I already love Greg’s cut paper work (we showed a […]

EXTRACTS: Greg LaMarche, Max Rippon and Jurne

Opening tomorrow night, EXTRACTS includes work by my buddies curated by the incredible Tim Strazza. Be sure to be there! Presenting a visual journey through the works of Greg Lamarche, […]

Our Booth- We’re Speaking the Same Language at SCOPE New York

Its here!  SCOPE New York opens tonight! Lori Zimmer and Moniker Projects present “We’re Speaking the Same Language? ‘, a survey of artists from the UK and US that reference the traditions and similarities […]

Come Party with Art Nerd, Moniker Projects and Logan Hicks!

Oh hey! We’re having a party, and you’re invited. Join Lori Zimmer and Moniker Projects as we celebrate the opening of our booth at SCOPE New York, as well as the precursor […]

UK vs US: We’re Speaking the Same Language? at SCOPE New York!

ITS ALL HAPPENING! We are gearing up for SCOPE New York in just a few weeks. (holy crap I have a lot to do). We hope to see you all […]

Greg La Marche x Trifecta Editions

We love this new Greg LaMarche print from Trifecta Editions! The print, Aumento, is based on a drawing from Greg’s sketchbook.  It embodies his signature combination of graffiti, typography and collage with […]

The Future is Now Opens Tonight

The biggest exhibition of summer is opening tonight, from 4pm-11pm, curated by the incredible Garrison and Allison Buxton of Ad Hoc Art, Melissa McCaig Welles and No Agenda, pretty much […]

Greg LaMarche’s Falling Letters of Brooklyn

I’ve always loved Greg LaMarche‘s typeface collages, and was happy to see one of his works larger than life on the side of a building in front of the picturesque […]

Help the Welling Court Mural!

Garrison and Allison Buxton of the former Ad Hoc Gallery are in it for all the right reasons. They’re hoping to extend their love of street art once again and […]

Max Fish is Over

It’s happening…Max Fish is actually closing. Well, moving. To honor the fall of the LES empire, our friend Yolande Whitcomb from Art Dossier and Ava Rollins have curated a show […]

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