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Pejac’s “Law of the Weakest.”

Here are some exclusive photographs of Spanish artist Pejac’s solo show “Law of the Weakest,” which is now currently on view at Londonewcastle Project Space in London until July 31st, 2016.

Featuring paintings, sculptures and installations, “Law of the Weakest” shows the artist’s incredible range and imagination as he deals with contemporary social issues.

Continue below to see more incredible photographs by Sasha Bogojev from the show:

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TeamLab: DMM Planets Exhibition

DMM.PLANETS ~A World of Wonders~ at Odaiba, Tokyo until August 31, 2016. The huge installation invites participants to immerse themselves in multi-room interactive digital environments.

TeamLab is an art collective formed in 2001, that brings together professionals from various fields of practice in the digital society: artists, programmers, engineers, CG animators, mathematicians, architects, web & print graphic designers & editors. Referring to themselves as “Ultra-technologists”, their aim is to achieve a balance between art, science, technology & creativity.
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Street Artist: Katre

Katre is a French contemporary street artist whose inspiration thrives in abandoned buildings. He started writing graffiti in early 90’s, first writing his name, which means four in French, on all the surfaces, along with his crew STS.  After some time, his lettering style evolved, and the graffiti gradually became more and more difficult to read as the letters slowly disappeared to leave behind only the essentials – the movement, the energy, and the force the artist creates with. He is represented by GCA Gallery in Nice and Artsuggest.com, an online gallery. His Instagram.


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Installation view of the Mydolls band archive on view in the Cullen Education Resource Room at the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, 2016. Photo: Max Fields.

Join us this Thursday night at 6:30PM for a 20HERTZ presentation featuring lauded punk band Mydolls in conversation with producer Dan Workman of SugarHill Studios and archivist Nancy Agin D. Following their conversation, Mydolls will take the stage in the Brown Foundation Gallery among the exhibition, Mark Flood: Gratest Hits.

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