Sunday, July 3, 2011

The Movement x Downtown

The grand master sage at work,

Hello Blog,

Whats good with the world. Been a while but daddy had to make the mula and save the world. That said I had another exhibition and also a world class education on managing an exhibition. I tell ya the administration job and dealing with a job at the s
ame time was real taxing. But I learned a valuable lesson on in extreme time management or as Earle nightingale would say .. activities management as no one can really manage
time, time is.

In weird way some of Veerle's Class on curating started to make sense especially about the art world being an interconnected macrocosim of artist, curator patron, collector, sponsors
..ect. I say this because it the show was not financed by any sponsors, was not curated by any well known person. From the ground up it was nurtured by three individuals two artist and an art teacher/Gallery owner who provided the space in Downtown, Kingston. While not totally a cohesive body (I had a j.o.b ) It took flight.

The biggest shout out for Manifesto Jamaica for getting on board with us and assiting with nuturing this exhibition.

Andwele and Gallery owner, Rozi Chung opening the show

So.....we had decent turn out :)

Manifesto Jamaica in full effect.

At studio 174 the works touch some people that they just got to ..touch back..LoL

Safa hailing the King (selassi)

Wish I could give you more detail on this painting Augustus is a talented dude
and if he keeps this up he gonna blow up. A person to watch.. wish you could see this detail.. in Jamaica by the June 1-16, you just gonna take you a** down flyer above.

Loving how Kadez's Lion looks in this pic.. wish we had dozen of these..
Goregeous work it is. look better in person.

An Abebe Payne painting.....Epic

Universal Door way An installation I did

land we Love-Mural by Andwele Haughton
Aim fingers not triggers at Wezzy F.

Ok the exhibition done...go home now and sleeeeeeeeeeepzzzz