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Writing with pigments, 2007
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Congratulations to my friend Chris Daze Ellis opening a new exhibition at @ppowgallery JAN 7-FEB 12 in New York City check out his work and follow him at @dazeworldnyc
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Memory throwback from a New Year in Los Angeles, California. Love to all my LA family.
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Happy Birthday @henrychalfant Henry Chalfant is an American photographer and videographer most notable for his work on subway art, breakdance, and hip hop culture. Chalfant's work is held in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Chalfant is a graduate of Stanford University, where he majored in classical Greek. Starting out as a sculptor in New York City in the 1970s, Chalfant turned to photography and film to do an in-depth study of hip-hop culture and graffiti art. One of the foremost authorities on New York subway art, and other aspects of urban youth culture, his photographs record hundreds of ephemeral, original art works that have long since vanished.[1] His photographs have appeared in exhibitions of graffiti art from its early appearances in New York/New Wave at P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center to retrospectives such as Art in the Streets at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles and City as Canvas: Graffiti Art From the Martin Wong Collection at the Museum of the City of New York, in addition to galleries and museums in the United States, Europe, and Asia. In 1983, Chalfant co-produced the PBS documentary Style Wars, the seminal documentary about graffiti and hip hop culture.[2] Among Chalfant's other films are Flyin' Cut Sleeves, a documentary about Bronx street gang leaders in the 1970s and Visit Palestine: Ten Days on the West Bank, based on his visit to the occupied territories in 2000. His 2006 documentary From Mambo to Hip Hop: A South Bronx Tale chronicles two generations who grew up on the same blocks of the Bronx, NY, using rhythm as their form of rebellion—for the older generation of the 1950s it was the rhythms of Cuba; for their children of the 1970s it was the rhythms of rap.[3] The film was featured in the Latino Public Broadcasting series Voces in 2006-2007, and won an Alma Award for Best Documentary.
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Let’s kick it in 2022 ️ Wishing everyone a happy and healthy new year ️🪐
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🪐 Looking forward to 2022 @parlastudios photo Señorita Rodriguez-Pozo
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2021
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The Awakening
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Marked by Inkstains, 1998
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SURREALISM BEYOND BORDERS at the @metmuseum is also beyond the imagination. Growing up like most students in the arts, I was studying Surrealism first becoming aware of it through Wifredo Lam’s paintings while I was a kid still writing and painting walls in the 1980s. This exhibition is not to be missed for many reasons and specifically because it places the movement in a global scale like never before exhibiting epic works from artists in the Surrealist movement ranging from as far and close as Egypt, Cuba, Puerto Rico and Haiti, to Chicago, Argentina, Syria, Korea, Japan, Romania, Mexico, Spain and Turkey to name a few places and shows the viewer how each locality incorporated and contributed their own ideals of freedom, the awakening of race consciousness, and art inclusive to all genders in their own way. The conversation we see is just as prevalent and important today as it was in the beginning of the 20th century and into the 1970s that influenced many more art movements that represents that the struggle still continues.
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GEMINIS, 2001-02 is on view at @la_fab_officiel in Paris now. This painting was originally shown at the BOOMERANG exhibition in Downtown Manhattan’s SOHO alongside @rostarrstudios and @leequinones curated by @agnesb_officiel Give us a shout out if you were there and remember the night of the opening. Photo @magalipascaline
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Blooms of Mold Possessed of Soul
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Painting is as much about the scaffolding, ladders and equipment used as it is about the paint and subject matter. Here are some behind the scenes photos my brother @reyparlastudio took of me while I was painting Amistad América at the University of Texas at Austin. The mural commissioned by their @landmarksut collection program is 25 feet tall by 162 feet wide. While painting I kept imagining the cave paintings of Altamira Spain and Lascaux, France. I was in a modern cave. The mural is at the intersection of Guadalupe and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Austin. It is in doors. Check it out if you’re in Austin sometime. “Amistad América offers a sweeping visual landscape that conjures Austin itself while situating the city within the larger geopolitics of the Americas. The title makes that connection concrete: La Amistad was a nineteenth-century Spanish trading ship that plied the Caribbean. In 1839 its African enslaved people cargo famously mutinied, eventually re-establishing their liberty. Parlá chose the word both to commemorate this turbulent history and to celebrate its conciliatory and optimistic resonance: from Spanish, Amistad América translates to Friendship America.” Photography: Rey Parlá
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2021
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El Reto, 2015
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Happy Heavenly Birthday to my dear brother KASE2 aka The King of Style. Friend and mentor to me, Kase was one of the first people to show me around New York when I lived in the Bronx. He lovingly called me on the phone to go and paint and say “Ease, baby boy, let’s do something new today, some wild illyitus computer rock with melting chocolate fudge.” If you knew Kase, you know he had his very own original way of using the English language. He was a true influencer before the term was ever used and decades ahead of the internet. If you don’t know then check out the classic New York documentary STYLE WARS and find out about his work and many of his peers in a powerful time that captured the early days of the movement. And in the words of our dear friend Henry: Kase2 has gone, way too young, way too soon. We lament the passing of an artist because we wonder how many important works of art will now never see the light of day. Kase “left his mark on society”, in the words of Mayor Koch, and he left his mark “in society” with the tremendous influence he had on succeeding generations of young artists all over the world. Travel to any major city and you will see his unmistakable influence. He had an impact on culture like the great Jazz and Blues musicians of the last century. Kase overcame great obstacles. He never gave up and he got up till the very end. He was a style master with lettering, a style master with the singular expressive way he used the English language. His very being emanated style, fiercely and sometimes with great humor. Rest in Peace Kase2, King of Style, Pharaoh of the Iron Horse. – Henry Chalfant
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Neon Night 2015
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A few weeks ago I was saying to my friend @futuradosmil that it was my brother @reyparlastudio that introduced me to his work. That was back in 1984 and Rey and I were kids. I was 11 years old and had already been writing painting like bubble letters with wild colors and learning more intricate styles of piecing. Rey was taking photos and experimenting with film. Then BOOM we saw Futura’s work and the possibilities of making art without any rules became wide open for experimentation. We are forever grateful brother Lenny!! In an interview Futura once said something that stuck with me for years. I wanted to share that with you; “I think when you come from a section of society where there aren’t really any rules. The scale and the size of things can’t be calculated… if you look at a blank canvas, or some kind of artists medium and you’re required to work within the dimensions of that, all the things that used to scare me, I’m not intimidated by anymore. I look at a gallery space and I want to put work on the wall that’s going to consume the wall, as opposed to the way I used to think, which was the space is going to consume my work.” Featured work: SAFETY IN THE KINGDOM @futuralaboratories
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Algorithm throwback sessions to Cityscapes 2006 during the Art Basel Miami Beach with Brothers Back 2 Back, one of my dearest paintings as chronological story of my brother @reyparlastudio and myself in the 80’s and 90’s Hip Hop scene in Miami. That show was underground homecoming takeover before pop-ups became normal. The exhibition was curated by our dear friends @manon_slome and presented by local Miami legends Spoonfed. We had a blast! The book was designed by our brother @chrisrubinostudio shout outs to @suitman @shadinyc @raulizm we had great times Somehow the algorithm also chose Hackney Canal, Rio Don Diego from Adaptation/Translation in London with @elmslesters back in 2008-09 and that was a great year thanks also to the Ayahuasca. Grateful for all those experiences and milestones.
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While textures build up on the surface the accumulation of history is represented in each mark painted.
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Rest In Peace Dear Greg Tate. @avantgroidd Your unique genius gave me inspiration when reading your essays about music from James Brown to Public Enemy as well as Jean Michel- Basquiat. I’ll always remember our conversations on writing culture, Rammellzee, Lee, Kase 2 and Futura and your words inspired and articulated my thoughts and work, I’m honored Greg wrote an essay for my exhibition Memory Documents. You blessed me. You live on as a testament through your words, forever the real, the authentic, the dramatic, the historic, the classic, the modern, the global, the magical, the African, the human. Sad news today about Greg Tate. His writing gave me so much insight and allowed me to articulate within a context we lived as artists in the fringes of academia while we created our own. God bless you Greg. My condolences to your family
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Original Style Renegades, 2019
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What a pleasure to see these beautiful ceramics by my dear sister @dceramics Denise and I go way back to Miami in the early 1990s and is now based in Los Ángeles, California. Check out her Instagram and follow her work to see more amazing pieces. These are some or my favorites ️ If you know my work you know I’m crazy about ceramics and have made some myself from Japan, Italy, the UK and Turkey. These have a lot of the shapes and textures that reflect many traditions from around the globe. Bravo!!
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Nature of Language, 2013 @reyparlastudio
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The Name is the Faith (Crush 2)
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#Repost photos by our sister @cheryldunn from Miami @artbasel 2012 and images of our work in Cuba. Great memories! My brother @jr and I had just gotten back from Cuba where we were working on our project Wrinkles of the City, La Habana, Cuba. We painted many murals together throughout the city which was special for various reasons. During those times the only large scale murals one would see were related to the government propaganda or were images of political figures for example. Our project was the first time murals of everyday Cuban (elderly) citizens would be painted and also take place in many marginalized neighborhoods of Havana were the Biennial would normally never reach. Many great thanks are due to @marc Azoulay, Guillaume, @reyparlastudio @emile and our teams at @socialanimals and @parlastudios @mdmemosier @thestandard #wrinklesofthecityhavanacuba
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Social Visual, 2020
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@parlastudios
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The best vibes with the @youngarts family in Miami Celebrating 40 years of art for Young Artists!