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The Everywhere Show

by Ami Kealoha in Culture on 22 July 2005


Loosely curated around the mainstreaming of street art, The Everywhere Show, opening this Saturday at Mendenhall Sobieski in Pasadena, includes work by Marcel Dzama, Gary Baseman, Friends With You, and Dalek. While the premise seems to have its arms stretched a little too widely - the website makes the broad claim that the works "find small human truths" and a write-up by critic Peter Frank asserts that, yes, street art is ubiquitous and democratic - the assembled cast is strong and reminds that just because its self-evident doesn't mean it's entirely irrelevant.


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