Shepard Fairey "Americana" @ Perry Rubenstein Gallery

The highly anticipated exhibition from renowned street artist Shepard Fairey recently opened at the Perry Rubenstein gallery. More than just a collection of artwork though, “Americana” is also a collaborations of sorts between Fairey and legendary musician Neil Young — the latter of whom provided Fairey inspiration through his classic lyrics and the tunes that accompany them. Some of the works are lyric-based, while others are based off of Fairey’s visual interpretation of certain songs like “Oh Susannah,” “This Land is Your Land,” and even “Clementine” from Young’s forthcoming album Crazy Horse; however all of them build upon certain iconic images that resonate within the American cultural conscience. This exclusive exhibition will only be showing until September 7, so you only have a few short weeks to hurry over to Perry Rubenstein and check it out. You can find the gallery on North Highland Drive in Los Angeles, California.

Perry Rubenstein Gallery
1215 N. Highland Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90038
United States

Source: Arrested Motion

Date: /Author: Zach Pina
Category:  Arts/Tags:  Art, Shepard Fairey, Perry Rubenstein
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