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ALLCITY Presents 'STILL LIFE' by Vaughn Taormina

11 new paintings serving as a love letter to Detroit.

ALLCITY has steadily cemented itself as a gallery that should be on your radar. Founded by Doubleday & Cartwright, the burgeoning space has already featured a number of emerging artists, including Nikkolos Mohammed and Martin Kazanietz.

The latest to join the list is Detroit-based artist and musician, Vaughn Taormina. Bold, graphic and direct — Taormina paints his compositions in a way that feels faithful to the city that raised him. On view are 11 new paintings which act as dioramas and love letters to the city of Detroit — “From Worldstar HipHop to Cooper Union I’m out here touchin grass,” said the artist in a statement.

Having opened back in March, ALLCITY looks to champion a diverse roster of artists who share a bold and unapologetic vision of contemporary culture, by pushing boundaries, bucking trends and driving movements. STILL LIFE by Vaughn Taormina is on view in Brooklyn until August 31.

Elsewhere, Pipilotti Rist visualizes the neurons in our brain in new installation.

ALLCITY
85 Metropolitan Ave.
Brooklyn NY, 11249

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