The iconic Shepard Fairey will be opening a new exhibition deemed DAMAGED at the Library Street Collective in Downtown Los Angeles. Officially launching on November 11th, it’s been nearly 10 years since his last solo exhibition in his hometown of LA, so people can expect his most ambitious work to date. Referencing Black Flag’s 1981 album of the same name, but inspired by a critical look at social issues that are currently in a state of crisis, Fairey’s latest body of work serves as a reflection on the damaged state of politics, media, human rights, the global approach to the environment, and more. It’s been nearly 10 years since Fairey’s last solo exhibition in his hometown of LA, so expect some ⠀
DAMAGED will showcase never-before-seen paintings, large-scale sculptures, installations, and other medium created by the creator of the iconic Andre the Giant image. The exhibition will run through December 17th with an opening party you can RSVP to here.
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