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Barry McGee

Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W25th St., NYC

McGee’s work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision.

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Barry McGee

Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W25th St., NYC

McGee’s work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision.

exhibition-ism:

One of our editors Jessica went to the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive to check out the new Barry McGee retrospective, check out some of her pics! 

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exhibition-ism:

One of our editors Jessica went to the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive to check out the new Barry McGee retrospective, check out some of her pics! 

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Barry McGee 

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Barry McGee aka TWIST

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Barry McGee aka TWIST

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Barry McGeeInstallation view, One More Thing, Deitch Projects 18 Wooster St., May 7-August 18, 2005

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cavetocanvas:

Barry McGeeInstallation view, One More Thing, Deitch Projects 18 Wooster St., May 7-August 18, 2005

nycartscene:

thru Oct 26:

Barry McGee

Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W25th St., NYC

McGee’s work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision.

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nycartscene:

thru Oct 26:

Barry McGee

Cheim & Read Gallery, 547 W25th St., NYC

McGee’s work critiques consumerist culture and the constant backdrop of commercialism in everyday interactions; rejecting the billboard and chain store, McGee instead finds inspiration in the seeming randomness of graffiti, the endless uploading of images on the internet, and the creative styling of misfits. McGee’s work succeeds in its sensitive balance between anarchy and collaboration, resulting in environments which immerse the viewer in his singular, yet inclusive, vision.

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