From our friends at New Puppy Gallery, which floats like an island in the no-man’s land between Highland Park and downtown Los Angeles:
ABCNT, Cryptik, Nomadé and Eddie Colla poke the MOCA institutional bear with their explosive new show, Sniffin’ Glue, opening April 16 at New Puppy Gallery. Armed with intense imagery and street credibility, this fierce foursome denies MOCA’s monopoly on street art this April.
The upstarts are taking a jab at the validation the Museum of Contemporary Art is conferring upon graffiti and street art with Sunday’s opening of Art in the Streets. New Puppy is a ten-minute drive from MOCA; both shows go up this weekend. Images from the Sniffin’ Glue show:
photos by larry underhill photography
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