“An American Dream” receives kind words from Vandalog, Brooklyn Street Art, Complex, Bmore Art and Popflys
The exhibition, "An American Dream" has received incredible press from a variety of sources. Many thanks to RJ and Gaia at Vandalog for their mention and additional graffiti images. Brooklyn Street Art is always on point with their continued coverage of all things Avoid. Nick at Complex has shown lots of love recently and is greatly appreciated. The local, Bmore Art Blog also featured some images from the opening night. Finally, Popflys, a daily photo and design blog, mentioned Adam Void's photography on March 22nd.
They are quoted as saying, "I can’t say I’m even on the edge of necessarily enjoying Adam Void's photographs but I knew I had to post him out of some sense of having the chance to write about Adam Void before everyone is writing about him and his work. ...there’s something there, something less voyeuristic and more point of view. A point of view on struggle, it just doesn’t feel like it’s through a photographers eye and I’m starting to like that."
- a strange, but flattering comment from those guys.
Come see Adam Void's MFA Thesis Show, An American Dream.
This immersive installation will feature new paintings, sculptures and writing. An American Dream forces the viewer to interact with often overlooked subcultural groups in a sophisticated and intelligent manner. Topics addressed include homelessness, evangelical religion, freight hopping, protest culture, surveillance and urbanization.
Friday March 23 - April 1
MICA Decker Gallery
1301 West Mount Royal Ave.