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Through The Looking Glass

Run #01626
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TYPE:Screen Print on Hand-Painted 290gsm Coventry Rag Fine Art Paper
SIZE:26 x 36 Inches
RELEASE DATE:   Sep 27 2016
This RUN is signed, numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Dabls and 1xRUN.
Edition Size 16
$125.00
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Due to sizing, this RUN does not come with a framing option.

This September 15th-23rd, Murals In The Market will make a triumphant return to Detroit’s Historic Eastern Market as more than 50 local and international muralists will be painting live throughout the district over the course of 10 days in the second year of the city’s only international mural festival. 

The free public arts festival also will host dozens of events curated by participating artists including multiple art exhibitions, installations, live music, children’s workshops, community events, artists talks and more all throughout the Eastern Market District. All events will be free and open to the public as these local and international artists extend the market’s vibrant history of public murals. 

Murals In The Market x 1xRUN Print Release Schedule
All releases launch exactly at 12pm EST.

Tuesday, September 6th - Hueman 1 / 2  -  Jesse Kassel 
Wednesday, September 7th -  Hebru Brantley - Tyree Guyton
Thursday, September 8th - Janette Beckman 1 / 2 / 3  -  Pat Perry
Friday, September 9th - Cey Adams Clifton Perry

Tuesday, September 13th -  1010  - Lauren Harrington 1 / 2 / 3
Wednesday, September 14th - Apex - Tylonn Sawyer 
Thursday, September 15th - Dalek 1 / 2 - Patrick Ethen 
Friday, September 16th - Chris Saunders - Sheefy
Saturday, September 17th - Ghostbeard - Patch Whisky 1 / 2
Sunday, September 18th -  Kevin Lyons - Jeff Gress 

Monday, September 19th - Slick 1 / 2 
Tuesday, September 20th - Jeremiah Britton - Xenz 1 / 2 / 3
Weds, September 21st - Murals In The Market Original Artwork Exhibition
Thursday, September 22nd - Ricky Powell - Sydney James
Friday, September 23rd - Greg Mike - Paul Ffty Johnson 1 / 2 
Saturday, September 24th - Paula Schubatis -  Dessislava Terzieva

Tuesday, September 27th - Pixelpancho - Olayami Dabls
Wednesday, September 28th - Freddy Diaz - Marka27 - Halopigg 
Thursday, September 29th - Kristin Farr 1 / 2  - Vaughn Taormina 
Friday, September 30th - Lauren YS - Nicole Macdonald 

Tuesday, October 4th - Mr. Jago - Ben Saginaw
Weds, October 5th - NNII - Sheryo & The Yok
Thursday, October 6th - Felipe Pantone 1 / 2 / Shades
Friday, October 7th - Ellen Rutt / Meggs

ABOUT THE ARTIST:
Olayami Dabls has worked as a visual story teller using a wide range of materials for more than 45 years. His work uses references from African material culture to tell stories about the human condition. Using iron, rock, wood and mirrors, Dabls found that these four materials are primary building blocks that speak universally to all cultures. In the years between 1975-1985, Dabls joined the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History as a curator and artist-in-residence. There, he learned how challenging it was to talk about the civil rights movement, because in talking about emotionally charged history, there is no fixed perspective, only the memories and experiences of millions of individuals. This inspired him to create the African Bead Museum as a space for communal understanding through his own sculptures and his collection of African material culture.

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Olayami Dabls has worked as a visual story teller using a wide range of materials for more than 45 years. His work uses references from African material culture to tell stories about the human condition. Using iron, rock, wood and mirrors, Dabls found that these four materials are primary building blocks that speak universally to all cultures. In the years between 1975-1985, Dabls joined the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History as a curator and artist-in-residence. There, he learned how challenging it was to talk about the civil rights movement, because in talking about emotionally charged history, there is no fixed perspective, only the memories and experiences of millions of individuals. This inspired him to create the African Bead Museum as a space for communal understanding through his own sculptures and his collection of African material culture.
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