: Exhibition by Remi Rough & John 'Crash' Matos
Extended through March 9th, 2014
is a Bronx native and member of the original crews who “bombed” NYC subway cars in the 1970’s and 80’s. CRASH’s work continues to grow in popularity and push the boundaries of street art. His work is in the permanent collections of MOCA and The Brooklyn Museum of Art and has been featured in numerous publications.
, a UK native, cut his teeth creating abstract murals in South London. In 2008, Remi Rough was chosen by curators at Tate Modern to speak on the history of UK graffiti. In 2010, a 30-year retrospective of CRASH’s drawings was Dorian Grey Gallery’s inaugural exhibition. In this reunion with the gallery, CRASH has collaborated with Remi Rough on a new series of exciting work representing the next stage in the evolution of graffiti and street art.
Interview with John CRASH Matos, part One
Part two of Interview with John Crash Matos
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