"(Re)Print" Brings Murals from the Streets to a Gallery

By - Saturday, May 26th, 2012

For their recent exhibition (Re)Print, Hendershot Gallery asked four of their participating artists to install murals in the space’s basement. Utilizing a variety of techniques ranging from directly screen printing on the walls to the use of projectors, Chris Stain, ASVP, Clown Soldier, and Gilf! brought their own unique styles to the Lower East Side Gallery. By creating independent pieces for Hendershot Gallery, the room creates a series of contrasts, from the playful collages of Clown Soldier to the politically charged image of a homeless Dorothy painted by Gilf!. (Re)Print will be on view to the public through the duration of the summer. With each artist providing several works for the gallery, the exhibition will regularly rotate so be sure to stop by several times to view all of the prints on display as well as the murals. Text and Photo: Rhiannon Platt

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