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@Indie184 Push It Friday! On a Mission Moving Positive fun Art stories! #ArtNowNY Love your work #Indie184 moving what’s next Art Now presents Push It, a group exhibition featuring 21 New York and California based #artists. The show of 42 works in #mixedmedia, #painting and photography highlights a bold urban aesthetic from a group of artists, some of whom combine #StreetArt with their existing studio practices. #PushIt seeks to further a cover station on how the contemporary #art sub-genre, Street Art, is influencing fine art studio practice. Viewed as a signature #movement of artists immersed in subversive or Low Brow #culture, Street #Art is increasingly making its way into fine art practice. Identified as art that is eye-catching or confrontational. Push It is a show meant to survey the current influence of the Street Art movement on the contemporary #artworld outside of the archaic and rigid binaries of high and low art and artist stereotypes an in keeping with the fluid, transdisciplinary approach of many artists working today. Checking out one of my favorite #StreetArtists “Desires” by Indie 184 known for her classic #NewYork simple yet playful graffiti style infused with exuberant bold colors bursting with hearts, stars and bubbles. You can find her graffiti pieces in the streets from South Bronx to Oslo. #MovingMedia happy fun Friday #StyleShow #film #filming #Gallery #MovingMedia #MadeinNY #Chelsea #NewYorkCity #2001films (at Chelsea)


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