Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Zevs, Visual Violations










Artnet has a few Zev Visual Violation pieces and his work is represented by Lazarides in London.

Not everyone loves visual violations or visual kidnapping. Giorgio Armani was not happy that his Hong Kong boutique became a Zav art installation and took him to court.

Of course there are as many street artists shown in museums and galleries as there are people disturbed by it.


Banksy pieces begin in the low six figures. "If graffiti changed anything it would be illegal" is a Banksy vandalism on a wall.

3 comments:

  1. I love when you post things that make us think, we step back and go "Hunh?" These are all very cool, reminiscent of some of the cool stuff at Dezeen and a few other sites that showcase visual things like this. (If that makes sense.)

    Thank you for continuing to make me use my brain cells. :)
    tp

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  2. I am loving this post , I learn so much from you .. I cant believe Armani got upset over that installation. :) oxo T

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  3. If you can't make it to New York, you can admire ZEVS art at De Buck Gallery in New York: http://www.debuckgallery.com/artist/1-zevs/artworks/

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