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WHO YOU GONNA TRUST, ME OR YOUR LYING EYES?
This group show, curated by the Virginia M.O.C.A.’s Contemporaries and located at 429 Granby St on September 7th, 2012, featured some of the area’s most intriguing and talented visual art and artists.
This was held in conjunction with of Downtown’s GRANBY STREET EXPERIENCE: MEET, GREET, & IMAGINE
+ Heather Bryant
+ Jim “Barf” Callahan
+ Rob Ulsh
+ Mickael Broth
+ Hampton Boyer
+ Charles Rasputin
+ Richard Perkins
+ John S. Vitale
+ George Norris
+ Danielle Eckhardt
+ Nikki Leone
+ Josiah Marroquin
+ Paulo Balancio
+ Tim Brown
Richard Perkins x John S. Vitale x Josiah Marroquin
the music video for SUBURBAN LIVING’s “I DONT FIT IN”
Abraham Vilchez-Moran x Josiah Marroquin
Visit Art Whino for more information about the G40 Mural Project in Richmond, VA.
“Art Whino returns in 2012 for the Third edition of G40. Following the mission of G40s past, we will once again bring exposure to low brow’s many faces and, as always, present what new facets emerge within this ever growing movement. This year G40 focuses on the “Art of the Mural”. In the last 5 years, there have been great bursts of street artists transforming the city’s urban fabric with large scale mural artwork. With their powerful and awe evoking size, these murals transform the landscape of the passerby and create a unique experience to each wall that was once blank and artless.
This year’s G40 will travel to Richmond, VA. and will become the inaugural opening event of the city’s soon to be announced official art district. By inviting 12 of the top mural artists from around the globe to unleash their creativity to 20 large scale walls throughout Richmond, this project is sure to put the city on the map as a street art destination. In addition to the large scale murals, we will also present an exhibit in pop up galleries along the main street of the district. With canvas work and installations by each mural artist, these shows will offer the opportunity to experience a more personal scale and a closer look at the execution and detailing of the mural artists’ work.”
Nick Docherty, Marketing and Communications Assistant at the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, approached Elyse Lovelace and I with the prospect of creating a “suspended” art gallery in the wings of Chrysler Hall for Rachmaninoff Shines on Opening Night.
JoAnn Falletta, conductor
Philippe Bianconi, piano
Featured in the 1996 film, Shine, relive the cascading luscious melodies and thundering chords that make the “Rach 3” one of the most technically challenging piano concertos of all time.
SCHMIDT: Intermezzo from Notre Dame
BRAHMS: Symphony No. 3
RACHMANINOFF: Piano Concerto No. 3