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Streets Dept and Little Berlin Present: Philadelphia, Goddamn – Art In Dissent

September 23, 2016

(Artwork by Carlos Lopez Rosa, aka CALO)

“You can’t help it. An artist’s duty, as far as I’m concerned, is to reflect the times.”
Nina Simone

The ability for street art to exist and be shared across digital platforms is transforming both public reactions and generational social cognizance. In a society where those retaining power hope to control cultural environments and social exchanges, artists become creators of repeatable images of truth.

SO excited to announce Philadelphia, Goddamn, a group show co-curated by Eric Preisendanz of Little Berlin and myself featuring art and artists that seek to expose, reveal, represent, and reflect the truths of our time!

Aubrie Costello
Carlos Lopez Rosa (aka CALO)
Homo Riot
Jesse Krimes
Joe Boruchow
Liora Ostroff
Michelle Angela Ortiz
Patrick Bowen
Renda Writer

Join us for the Opening Reception:
Little Berlin
2430 Coral street
Philadelphia, PA 19125

Then again two weeks later for an Artist Panel Discussion:

3 Comments leave one →
  1. -C- permalink
    October 7, 2016 4:05 am

    I was hoping we could get some good trolling after we were invited here.

    1) None of the racist commenters below have ever commented on this site before, that is to say that they are not my normal readers/audience.

    It has become painfully clear that YOU have no normal readers/ audience.
    No one to troll.

    Your last 5 stories have a grand total of 0 comments.

    Good luck in YOUR future endeavors (and yes, I would like to super-size those fries)



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