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SUPPORT THERAPY AND INSTABILITY

My dudes from NY, Mint and Serf and their crew have a new book out, Support Therapy and Instability. I’ll be DJing with Blu Jemz and E.B. Sollis for the book presentation and the afterparty. This book turned out so good. Please pick up a copy, it’s well worth it. If you’re in LA, RSVP for the event. Info is below.

LOS ANGELES BOOK RELEASE OF SUPPORT, THERAPY AND INSTABILITY AT THE ACE HOTEL DOWNTOWN ON TUESDAY, JUNE 24TH.

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We would like to invite all of our West Coast friends to come out Tuesday, June 24th to celebrate the Los Angeles launch of our new monograph titled Support, Therapy and Instability. (You can purchase it here.)

RSVP:TINYURL.COM/THEMIRF

BOOK PRESENTATION 6PM – 8PM

AFTERPARTY 8PM – 1:30AM

MUSIC BY:

BLUJEMZ

PUBES

E.B.SOLLIS

ACE HOTEL DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES

921 S Broadway, LA 90015

“They are massive and cadaverous. Many were made in loose collaboration with a few of their writer-friends, and their tags pile up indiscriminately. Layers of paper and acrylic harden or peel scablike. Colors agglomerate and rot. Composition is a joke, each canvas a rotated corpse.”

Sarah Nicole Prickett for ARTFORUM

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“Raw, aggressive, unstyled – it’s a return to the gestural, the raw markings of graffiti, in an effort to strip it back to the nerve endings. If the campy stylings of latter day Banksy are Green Day, Mint&Serf are evoking the Dead Boys or Sex Pistols.”

-Jaime Rojo and Steven Harrington for Huffington Post

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Support, Therapy, and Instability, is a limited edition (Edition of 1000), 136-page hard cover and full color monograph printed on 128 gsm glossy art paper. The book’s main focus are twenty-three large canvases created by Mint&Serf withJacuzzi Chris, Pablo Power and #PPP at The Broadway Chapter in New York City from December 2011 through September 2012. Contributing essays by Carlo McCormick (Senior Editor, Paper magazine), Cat Marnell (writer/former beauty editor & Vice “Amphetamine Logic” columnist) and The Peter Pan Posse. Photos byScott Furkay. Support, Therapy And Instability strips graffiti to the bare gristle of gesture and expression, while getting away far from polished graffiti murals and calculated street art. The series attempts to look at the narrative of expressions, rather than graffiti as a decorative aesthetic that often lacks meaning.

Made possible with generous support by Tim Cadiente of

Barton Perreira.

(A limited capacity event.)

Thank You.

Mint&Serf

©2014

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