woensdag 14 april 2010

Robin Rhode




Embracing a variety of media – principally photography, but also drawing, animation, performance and sculpture – the work of Robin Rhode uses simple, ephemeral devices (soap, charcoal, paint and chalk) to comment on urban youth culture, colonialism and socio-economic issues in a simple, witty and subtly effective way. His work often uses the street as his canvas or his backdrop, alluding to hip-hop and the role of the graffiti artist, and he often operates within the gritty aesthetic associated with that culture.
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LACMA: Contemporary Projects 12: Robin Rhode (05:06)
March 11–June 6, 2010
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The exhibition Robin Rhode, in the Contemporary Project room at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) artinamericamagazine

Catch Air: Robin Rhode @ Wexner Center (04:40)
Wexner Center Galleries.

 
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