Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Shepard Fairey's stamp on Brooklyn

When not speaking at the Brooklyn Museum, Shepard Fairey took over the upstairs bar area at the Music Hall of Williamsburg this past weekend, creating a one-of-a-kind permanent installation of two murals on adjoining walls.

Listening to a playlist including Metallica, Fugazi, and Band of Horses, Fairey pasted posters featuring images demonstrating his disdain for the dysfunctional democracy and the need for campaign finance reform.

The murals are the only indoor artwork that Fairey is creating to support his exhibition and will be first viewed by the public at Hellyeah’s show tonight at 9 pm.

The Music Hall of Williamsburg is located at 66 N. Sixth Street between Kent and Wythe avenues.

Photos by Gregg Greenwood


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