To collect so much art that every wall in my house would be covered. Floor to ceiling.
While none of these pieces are hanging on my walls (insert sad face here), they are hanging on Becker Galleries’.
They’re part of Unintended Calculations, the show that unites four street artists from around the world. Curated by Indigo (far left), it features LA’s Augustine Kofie, Vancouver’s Scott Sueme, the UK’s Remi/Rough and Washington DC’s Jeremy Inscoe.
It’s about four different approaches to abstraction.
So I thought I’d dress the part in three different approaches to patterns — plaid, stripes and whatever you’d call the print on my clutch.
Want to see them in person? (The paintings, not my clothes.) Unintended Calculations runs until March 26th at the Becker Galleries. And if you want to see the artists’ work on an even bigger scale, stop by the Moda Hotel where they have collaborated on two four-storey murals.
[First piece by Augustine Kofie, second two by Scott Sueme.]