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July 2nd Solo Show: PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy @VMGallery Philadelphia, PA

May 18, 2010

I have never been so excited to share news in my life. I will be having my solo show “PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy” this summer opening July 2nd at Vincent Michael Gallery (HERE) in Philadelphia, PA. My heart is racing just writing about the entire show. The show opens July 2nd from 6-9pm and I will be having an artists talk on July 24th from 2-4pm. The gallery is located in a beautiful art square which is accessible with parking and easy to get to in Philly (HERE.) You can view a quick taste of some of the pieces that will be in the show as well as a nice preview video of “PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy.” For more information on my solo show check below or click on the show flyer at the bottom of the post:

PaperMonster Solo Show
“PaperMonster Ate That Little Boy”
Vincent Michael Gallery
1050 N. Hancock Street Suite 63
Philadelphia, PA 19123
http://vincentmichael.com/
1-877-291-11387 | Email: // info@vincentmichael.com

Opening Reception: Friday, July 2nd 6-9 PM
Artist Talk: Saturday July 24th 2-4Pm
Show available from: July 2nd- July 31st

Stay Posted For More Information
Battle-Hardened Detail
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“Battle Hardened”
“Nothing Personal”
“Caught In The Storm”
Show Card: Click to view show information/details


Enjoy
Paper Monster

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Nov 7th: Old Skoolin For The Children Group Show Feat PaperMonster @ Art Whino x Portals Theater Washington, DC

October 30, 2009
A great ONE NIGHT ONLY event is taking place on November 7th at the Portals Theater in Washington, DC. Art Whino Gallery, DMC (from Run-DMC), and the WHALER’s Creation have teamed up to create a gallery show fundraiser benefiting children. It is a traveling exhibition with a fantastic line-up of artists. PaperMonster is honored to be part of the show and you do not want to miss out on the night’s festivities. Check out more info below.
Via Art Whino:
Art Whino and WHALER’s Creation present “Old Skoolin’ for the Children,” a four city concert and art show tour that brings together the best visual and musical artists to benefit programs that support foster care and adoption programs. Legendary founder of the hip-hop movement Darryl “DMC” McDaniels of Run-DMC will perform old skool, throw back shows true to the roots of the genre. Over 100 of Art Whino’s internationally renowned talents from the underground street art world will be showcasing their old school, 80’s themed creations.
Event Location:The Portals Theater
1236 Maryland Ave, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Saturday, Nov 7th, from 6pm – 12pm
$25 advance tickets, $35 at the door – Non Profit Donation Entry
Fee Exhibit featuring work by 100+ Art Whino Artists
Show Run Date: 1 Day so don’t Miss it!
Art Installation by AM RADIO
Special musical performance by:Darryl “DMC” McDaniels of Run-DMC
Opening for DMC will be the winner of the Talent Search Competition.
For more information visit: http://www.whalers-creation.us/
More Show Info Here:http://whalerstour.wordpress.com/
Purchase Tickets here:http://www.ticketweb.com/t3/sale/SaleEventDetail?dispatch=loadSelectionData&eventId=2958754
Press please email shane@artwhino.com for full access to the show.
PaperMonster – Remember Me?
Stencil Collage on Canvas
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Call For Artists Submission: “For The Love Of Art” Book

June 3, 2009

I am currently compiling images and stories for an art book. Here is the information below::::

“For The Love Of Art” Book Open Call For Submissions

Title: For The Love Of Art Book

Contact: fortheloveofartbook@gmail.com

Deadline: September 2009

Description:

Through art history there are few books that document and capture the relationships that are built through art, how art has an impact on your life and influences others throughout the world. “For The Love Of Art” book will be an art book putting together short stories/moments and images from artists all over the world capturing how art has had an impact on your life whether it has built relationships, sparked marriage proposals, or long lasting friendships.

There is no single source that has brought these stories from artists/collective images/profiles together from people involved in urban art, photography, contemporary art or companies/individuals avid about sharing their passion for what they create and produce.  I hope that you are interested in taking part in “For The Love Of Art Book” and I am sure that it will be a publication that will capture art history in a very powerful way. If you are interested in contributing to the book and receiving further instructions please reply visit the following link to download the “Submission Instructions” here::::

http://www.mediafire.com/?lmnjnzjyhh4

Thank you

-PaperMonster