Jim Joe "Yes 2012"

The Hole

poster for Jim Joe "Yes 2012"

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JIM JOE's work is regularly seen on the streets of New York City. Now, at last, a chance to see JIM JOE's artistic execution in a contemporary art gallery.

For one evening and two days only during irregular gallery hours, New York Art Department proudly presents JIM JOE YES 2012 (or YES 1 2) at The Hole, the artist's first solo show.

The culmination of five years of experience of writing on trash and other people's property, the show consists of paintings, drawings and sculptures representing an attempt by the artist to transition ideas, emotions and intentions used in the street to a fine art gallery setting.

JIM JOE’s interest in fine arts has been consistently visible in the city streets through allusions made to everyone from De Chirico to Basquiat to Kippenberger. Noticed by many but known by only a few, JIM JOE has built a large following for his humorous, prolific and brazen street and trash-based artistic exploits. Mixing highly legible and iconic execution style to obsessive “bombing” Graffiti technique JIM JOE has broken through the “street art” clutter and acquired following across a varied groups of art enthusiasts and collectors as evidenced by the fan submission-based blog www.cultofjoe.com and this quote from The Art Newspaper dated July/August 2012:

“The ubiquity and hyper-merchandising of street art have made it highly watchable. Most of it is abundantly visual, but among the street artists who stick to words, two are hard to miss: Jim Joe, who sounds as if he should be a southerner...”



from June 02, 2012 to June 03, 2012

Opening Reception on 2012-06-01 from 18:00 to 21:00


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