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Listed below are events and exhibitions featuring SPAR's art work.
March 8, 2012 6:00 pm
November 19, 2011, 6:00 pm
Graffiti 2011: Going Back to Our Roots
Group exhibition featuring: Doms, See TF, KR 1, Duro, Poes, Spar One, Med, King Bee, CJ Statch, Casp, Danelle, Mastrion, Jean, Stem ynn, Archer, BG183, Jesus Saves, Vase, Duke 9, Haloz, Bilrock, Atom, Chief 69, Snake 1, Slone, Blaq 88, Scratch, Phetus 88, Fatal, Elan, Alive 5 Edwin Cadiz, Goal, Sir Nutso, Klass, Err Orr, Part1, KC, Ban 2 and Henry Chalfant.
Azucarera NYC Gallery
414 W.145 Street
New York, New York 10031
July 15, 2010, 7:00 pm
Graffiti NYC: Artists of the Third Rail
Richard Hambleton, Snake1, Noc167, Jamestop, Spar One, Stay High 149, P-Nut, Cap1, Tracy168, Futura 2000, Dondi White, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Phetus, among other legends of the third rail.
514 West 24th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, New York 10011
t: +1 212 924 2400
f: +1 212 659 0054
March 6, 2010, 7:00 pm
Lower East Side Originators
SPAR ONE curates a retrospective of mixed media works by graffiti artists based on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. Arists include ARCHER TNS, Jean Michel Basquiat, AL Diaz (BOMB ONE), Angel Ortiz (LA II), Dominic Philbert (ERO), SNIPER and SPAR ONE.
100B Forsyth Street,
New York, New York
November 28, 2009, 6:00 pm
SPAR ONE Past and Present
Solo exhibition featuring past and current works, including collage and acrylic on canvas.
100B Forsyth Street,
New York, New York
October 27, 2004, 6:00 pm
100 Tokens 100 Tags
The artistic contribution of 100 legendary subway artists to the MTA will be recognized on the 100th Anniversary of New York City's Subway system. Each artist will embellish a subway map. A poster will be made of all the cards and mailed to Lawrence G. Reuter, President MTA New York City Transit as a small token of their artistic contribution to the 30 missing years of MTA history.
181 Orchard Street
New York, NY 10002
October 29, 2004, 6:00 pm
Tag the System
Toy Tokyo and Drastic Plastic Present:
A Celebration in Style - Commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the NYC Subway and marking the Grand Opening of the Showroom NYC.
A Private reception for press and special guests will be held on October 28th.
Featuring one of a kind 20" Drastic Trains, customized by over 150 of the most influential artists of today's street culture.
Adam Unger, Alan Forbes, Andrew Bell, Aminaka Shouji, BG 183, Bill Mullen, Bigfoot One, Bio, , Blade, Brothers Free, Butch Belair, CES, Colorz, Cope 2, Crash, Dalek, David Healey, DAZE, David Horvath, Devil Robots, Dirty Donnie, Dean Bradley, Dom, Doze, Duro, Ewok, FAFI, Filth, Futura, Gary Baseman, Gary Lo, Ghost, GT Crew, Haze, How, Jeff Soto, Jest, Jonone, Karl Tate & Peter Goldman, Kaves, Kel First, Ken Fujii, Kit, Klim K, Kozik, Lew Ojaeda, Lisa Petrucci, Peter Gronquist, Lady Pink, Mark Bode, Nicer, Nike Design Team & Model Shop, Nosm, NYC Lase, Obey, O Clock, OC Crew, Phase 2, Phetus, Pjay, Revolt, Ron English, SEEN, Sen 2, Sharp, ShiniGami, Sket One, Spar One, Spine, SP One, Stash, Steph Cop, Steve Ruddy, Steven Daily, Steven Lee, Stuart Freeman, Suckadelik, Swish, Tkid 170, Too Fly, Tracy 168, Tristan, Veefer, Voltaire, Vulcan, West, Wonderman Design Works, Zakka
The ShowRoom NYC
117 2nd Ave (2nd Floor) East Village at the corner of 7th street
Seth A. Burton
July 10, 2004, 6:00 pm
Pieces of the Past
Living Envious Styles Gallery, New York City - July 10, 2004 - July 31, 2004
Saturday, July 10, 2004 6:00-10:00 pm
Living Envious Styles embodies the classic flavors of NYC street culture. "Pieces of the Past", their current tribute celebrates the cultural contributions of old school subway artists.
Featured artists: AZ ONE, CHAIN 3, DIAL 167, DURO CIA, FARGO, FDT 56, SPAR ONE, PAID 3, RIFF 170, REE 2/OPEL
"Pieces of the Past" will showcase photographs of classic subway paintings juxtaposed with contemporary interpretations of the paintings rendered on canvas and paper.
Curated by SPAR ONE and DIAL 167
Living Envious Styles
172 Allen Street (F train to 2nd Avenue and Houston Street)
New York City