David Ligare “California Classicist” @ Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 08, 2015
The installation at the Crocker contains several early works made while a young Ligare still had strong influence from surrealism, abstraction, conceptualism, and realism. These early investigations include detailed pencil drawings of markings in sand as well as thrown draperies, whose titles named after Greek Islands became the gateway for Ligare’s career-long pursuit of mining ancient Greco-Roman ideology for concepts relevant to contemporary society. 

Video: Graffiti Writer found dead hanging off Sacramento high-rise

Graffiti // Wednesday, April 03, 2013
  A 30-year old man from Vancouver was found dead dangling from an 18-story building in Sacramento Monday night. Officials believed he was trying to propel to catch tag based on evidence such as a spray can found at the scene, however if you look at where he was in this video it doesn’t seem like the place was very visible to risk all that for? 

Kinzie Davis @ Brickhouse Gallery Closing Reception

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 27, 2012
Sacramento's Brickhouse Gallery celebrates the closing party for local artist Kinzie Davis', who, armed with his spray can, has gained popularity for addressing themes such as "hidden kn-owl-edge, illumi-naughty, a-lie-n con-spy-racy, and watchers," he plays on words.


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