Video: The Life of An Outdoor Artist

By - Monday, December 17th, 2012

Anthony Dominguez lives in New York City and survives as an artist, despite being homeless (although he considers himself “free.) Once a sign painter with a home and good job, Dominguez considered his former life as being enslaved and chooses to live without worldly necessities. In this video hosted by Clayton Patterson, Dominguez shows us how he gets by day to day, from creating art in the 42nd Street Library to sneaking into the Metro North tunnels which he now calls home. Last Wednesday, Clayton Patterson hosted Anthony’s show, Exit The Fall, at the Gallery and Outlaw Art Museum in the LES. The artist was given much deserved credit with a great turn out. If you didn’t make it to the opening, you can still make an appointment to cheek out the exhibit. Anthony’s work is also available for purchase through The American Primitive Gallery. Source: Vice

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