BARRY McGee show at RedCat

Barry McGee is having a solo show at the RedCat gallery in downtown LA.

From the press release:

For McGee, graffiti is a vital communicative record of society, an extension of the desire for freedom and the intellectual core of his practice. It is pure expression in line with the values of American society. As he has explained: “The American Dream has nothing to do with criminality, but with a desire for independence and adventure, so escaping from any kind of control or definition also signifies not being identified, acting illegally, standing outside of every category of art and intervention on the streets.


Gallery at REDCAT
Opening reception: Friday, September 14, 7-10 pm
Exhibition dates: September 15-November 25, 2007

Gallery hours: noon to 6pm or curtain, closed Mondays
Admission to the gallery is always free
Click here or call + for more information

631 West 2nd Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012 USA

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