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The exhibition introduces a brand new body of work highlighting Above’s iconic arrow that has appeared prominently in a massive public art campaign spanning 15+ years, 100+ cities and 60+ different countries across the globe. Above has meticulously dissected and reassembled his latest collection of arrows and targets by creating multiple color palettes and weaving them together to create new seamless works.
“The idea for this newest body of work of Remix has been something I’ve been developing during the past three years, and more specifically been refining during the past year. I’ve always been attracted towards color swapping, symmetry, curved lines. These past 12 months my street works (and indoor brainstorming) has all been about dissecting my arrow icon and remixing it into new abstract shapes, mixing of colors, and usage of curves as much as possible into each piece. These past 6-months I really dove into exploring all of these elements and this body of work is the outcome of those long days and longer nights doing research and trying out new techniques.” - Above
This piece of Original Artwork comes signed by Above and includes an Original Artwork Letter of Provenance from Inner State Gallery.
Tavar Zawacki, is a Berlin-based international contemporary artist. Tavar Zawacki was born in California in 1981 and has been creating public art since 1995. Tavar Zawacki is best known for three different styles of street works, his colorful abstract arrow compositions, social, and political stencils, and text-based 'word play' murals. Tavar Zawacki began painting graffiti by tagging 'ABOVE' graffiti on freight trains in California in 1995. At the age of 19, Tavar moved to Paris, France, where he started painting his trademark arrow icon pointing 'above'. During the past 19 years Tavar Zawacki has painted artworks in the streets of over 100 cities in 60 different countries around the world.