12ozProphet Exclusive Video: Jesse Edwards “Dialogue of the Streets” at Klughaus Gallery
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Jesse Edwards’ portraits are sprinkled throughout the streets of New York City, often paying homage to friends he’s lost like graffiti writers Kerse and Sace. This week, for the first time in New York, Edwards’ paintings will fill the white walls of Klughaus Gallery, the new destination in Lower Manhattan.
Located under the Manhattan Bridge on the fringe of the Lower East Side and Chinatown, Klughaus Gallery jumped on the scene with their premier exhibition last month, Home for the Holidays, which featured 12oz bloggers Greg Lamarche, Grotesk, and Gorey, in addition to heavyweights Veefer, Faust, Katsu, and more. Jesse Edwards’ Dialogue of the Streets is the first solo show at the gallery. In anticipation of the opening, Klughaus Gallery partnered with one of our favorite photographers and directors, Tom Gould, who shot this promo video of Edwards painting a gate in Chinatown.
Be sure to check out the opening of Jesse Edwards Dialogue of the Streets at Klughaus Gallery Friday, January 13, 2012 from 6-10pm at 47 Monroe Street.