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Standing with Standing Rock – Spencer Keeton Cunningham

Since early November, American artist Spencer Keeton Cunningham has been back and forth visiting
Standing Rock, a place where hundreds of native tribes banded together to halt the Dakota Access
pipeline in North Dakota. While traveling to and from Standing Rock Cunningham painted large
scale murals spreading awareness about the movement of Standing Rock in Massachusetts, San
Francisco, Portland and Seattle. His painting in Seattle, located on the SODO track, is a 200 foot
collaboration with local artist, Josh Keyes.

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While at Standing Rock, Cunningham helped document the actions by water protectors in film and
photo while he also painted signs and paintings on site while at the camp in support of the Standing
Rock Sioux’s battle against what the natives and supporters on camp called the black snake.

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Hellion Gallery – 2nd Annual Ema Show

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Loving the latest show coming up at Hellion, featuring AJ Fosik, Maryanna Hoggatt, Eric Wert, Nosego, Ben Venom, Casey Weldon, Souther Salazar, Olivia Knapp, Jon MacNair, Mary Iverson, Robert Bowen, Jesse Hazelip, Karilise Alexander, Andrew Schoultz, Josh Keyes, Stephanie Buer, KozynDan, Zach Johnsen, Ren Sakurai, Yoskay Yamamoto, Koralie, Jean Jullien, Amandine Urruty, Nicolas Barrome, Alexone, Koleo, JM Ouvry, Haroshi, Tamaki Mori, Nino, MHAK, Renan Santos, Heather Mclean, Kojiro Ankan Takukawa, Ewa Prończuk-Kuziak, Peca, Joram Roukes, Dilka Bear, SAL Jeff P and Yu Maeda.

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Banksy – Dismaland in Glorious Technicolour

Thanks to The Powers That Be, we managed to sneak into get a VIP tour of Dismaland at the weekend. This is what it looked like…

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Josh Keyes "Evacuation"

EvacuationI know it’s easy to get cynical with all these fund raising events and prints happening left, right and centre. But this one caught my eye for a few reasons – firstly Josh Keyes is a sublime artist and second $10 (or a third if you prefer) of the $30 for this 8×10 print goes direct to Doctors Without Borders (that’s MSF for those outside the US).

This unsigned edition will be available March 22nd through March 29th, 2011.  Although it’s unsigned, like all Tiny Showcase editions the  reverse side of each archival print has been hand-stamped with their authentication insignia and hand-numbered. Prints ship with a corresponding numbered certificate of authenticity that has been hand-stamped with the edition’s date and intitialed by the head of Tiny Showcase’s in-house print studio. The archival artwork has been printed on a 290gsm natural white printmaking paper.

And really for $30 it’s hard to quibble. Grab yours here to gain a lovely little print and help out a worthy organisation who do work in conditions you or I would run a mile from: http://www.tinyshowcase.com/artwork.php?id=1831