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REVOLUTIONS - The Album Cover Art of Shepard Fairey Opening Reception: Sat., March 12, 2011; 8-11pm  Exhibition Dates: March 12 - April 23, 2011 C2 Gallery Obey Giant Art x Subliminal Projects x Robert Berman  Gallery are proud to present REVOLUTIONS, a project featuring the Album  Cover Art of Shepard Fairey. This exhibition will be on view from March  12th thru April 23rd at Robert Berman’s C2 Gallery, and will consist of  over 80 pieces of Punk, Rock, New Wave, Jazz, and Hip-Hop inspired  artwork based on the 12” record cover format. To mark this occasion, two  special Limited Edition Album Cover Print Box sets will be released for  the exhibition. Please join us for the opening celebration on Saturday,  March 12th 8-11pm. “Long before I knew about art galleries or even street  art, I was excited about album cover art, if only because it was the  visual counterpart to the music on the records. Album covers conjured a  euphoric association with the listening experience. Most of my earliest  home-made tee shirts were stencils based on punk album covers. I’ve had  some very moving encounters with art in my life, especially in the  street, but nothing can compare with the first time I heard the boots  marching and first chord of the Sex Pistols’ “Holidays in the Sun,” or  the air raid sirens leading into “too black, too strong” on Public  Enemy’s It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, or the opening  guitar scream of Black Flag’s “Rise Above”. That music makes my arm  hairs stand up. Music is visceral and accessible, but also has the  additional powerful layers of the lyrics with their content and  politics, the style and personalities of the musicians, and the politics  of their lifestyles. No matter how much I love art, or try to convince  myself of its relevance in society, the fact remains that music is a lot  cooler and way more able to reach people’s hearts and minds… but I’m a  populist and I look at this way: I may not play an instrument, but I’m  gonna rock it hard as nails anyway. REVOLUTIONS is a celebration of all  the great music and accompanying art that has inspired me over the  years.” - Shepard

REVOLUTIONS - The Album Cover Art of Shepard Fairey
Opening Reception: Sat., March 12, 2011; 8-11pm
Exhibition Dates: March 12 - April 23, 2011
C2 Gallery

Obey Giant Art x Subliminal Projects x Robert Berman Gallery are proud to present REVOLUTIONS, a project featuring the Album Cover Art of Shepard Fairey. This exhibition will be on view from March 12th thru April 23rd at Robert Berman’s C2 Gallery, and will consist of over 80 pieces of Punk, Rock, New Wave, Jazz, and Hip-Hop inspired artwork based on the 12” record cover format. To mark this occasion, two special Limited Edition Album Cover Print Box sets will be released for the exhibition. Please join us for the opening celebration on Saturday, March 12th 8-11pm.

“Long before I knew about art galleries or even street art, I was excited about album cover art, if only because it was the visual counterpart to the music on the records. Album covers conjured a euphoric association with the listening experience. Most of my earliest home-made tee shirts were stencils based on punk album covers. I’ve had some very moving encounters with art in my life, especially in the street, but nothing can compare with the first time I heard the boots marching and first chord of the Sex Pistols’ “Holidays in the Sun,” or the air raid sirens leading into “too black, too strong” on Public Enemy’s It Takes A Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back, or the opening guitar scream of Black Flag’s “Rise Above”. That music makes my arm hairs stand up. Music is visceral and accessible, but also has the additional powerful layers of the lyrics with their content and politics, the style and personalities of the musicians, and the politics of their lifestyles. No matter how much I love art, or try to convince myself of its relevance in society, the fact remains that music is a lot cooler and way more able to reach people’s hearts and minds… but I’m a populist and I look at this way: I may not play an instrument, but I’m gonna rock it hard as nails anyway. REVOLUTIONS is a celebration of all the great music and accompanying art that has inspired me over the years.”
- Shepard

Banksy - faites le mur !!

Frank Shepard Fairey (né le 15 février 1970 à Charleston en Caroline du Sud) est un artiste américain, graphiste et illustrateur.
Issu de la scène du skateboard[1], il s’est d’abord fait connaître par les autocollants André the Giant Has a Posse, qui a donné la campagne Obey Giant. Son travail est devenu mondialement célèbre lors de la campagne présidentielle américaine de 2008, avec la création du poster HOPE de Barack Obama qui deviendra une image-icône de la campagne. L’Institut d’art  contemporain de Boston le considère comme un des plus connus, des  meilleurs et des plus influents artistes de Street art du moment [2].
En France, Shepard Fairey est d’abord exposé à “La base”, la galerie éphémère d’Invader où il présente de petits portraits de guérilleros coagulés. Il participe au M.U.R. en mai 2007 lors d’une pièce avec WK interact. Une de ses recompositions d’affiches a été exposée à la Fondation Cartier lors de l’exposition Né dans la rue - Graffiti, à l’automne 2009.

Frank Shepard Fairey (né le 15 février 1970 à Charleston en Caroline du Sud) est un artiste américain, graphiste et illustrateur.

Issu de la scène du skateboard[1], il s’est d’abord fait connaître par les autocollants André the Giant Has a Posse, qui a donné la campagne Obey Giant. Son travail est devenu mondialement célèbre lors de la campagne présidentielle américaine de 2008, avec la création du poster HOPE de Barack Obama qui deviendra une image-icône de la campagne. L’Institut d’art contemporain de Boston le considère comme un des plus connus, des meilleurs et des plus influents artistes de Street art du moment [2].

En France, Shepard Fairey est d’abord exposé à “La base”, la galerie éphémère d’Invader où il présente de petits portraits de guérilleros coagulés. Il participe au M.U.R. en mai 2007 lors d’une pièce avec WK interact. Une de ses recompositions d’affiches a été exposée à la Fondation Cartier lors de l’exposition Né dans la rue - Graffiti, à l’automne 2009.