I’ve a new a favorite in the street art world. His name is Sego.
Photos below taken during Art Basel week in Miami’s Wynwood Walls.
Watch the first video to spout from the David Byrne and St. Vincent collaboration album, available Tuesday. Martin de Tureh directed the black and white performance in a manner as quirky as the song and the collaborators themselves. The album brims with classic David Byrne flavor. Mix that with the fresh-faced, divergent sounding St. Vincent, and you have yourself one tasty and twisted little drink.
Could not pack more good stuff into one long weekend. Nope, physical impossibility. Chicago is a culinary, auditory and visual feast.
Also, watch this video. These guys helped me space out for a couple of hours on the dancefloor, and this brilliant video (if only for a few minutes) should help you do the same:
Photos 1,7. Rashid Johnson’s Message to Our Folks exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago 2. The Sears Tower and an immanent storm 3. Sailing Lake Michigan 4. Simian Mobile Disco at The Mid 5,6, 9, 11. Obligatory first-time visitor photos of Cloud Gate aka the Bean 8. The Lower Dens at The Empty Bottle 10. Mirrored refrigerators by Kader Attia, from the Skyscraper: Art and Architecture Against Gravity exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
Above: A work depicting two decaying ram, done by the Belgian, animal-loving street artist, ROA
Both photos taken in Chicago, one happy afternoon.