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ART NEWS: The Venice Art Crawl

This week we are discussing some local art news! Culver City's neighbor Venice Beach is having it's quarterly Art Crawl on March 19th. The Venice Beach neighborhood of Abbot Kinney is home to this month's crawl where art galleries, vendors, restaurants and locals will all participate in a night of arts and culture. 

More about the event: "The Venice Art Crawl is an organization by and for the people. Our goal is to share, inspire and promote collaboration within the Venice community through mixers and art events. Join us by attending, sharing your vision...

ART NEWS: NYC Art Fair Happenings

The art fair season has slowed down here on the west coast but this week the frenzy starts in NYC. Despite the freezing temperatures and feet of snow, everyone is headed east for a variety of art showcases in New York City. Because it is such a hectic week and there are so many fairs to choose from, Freeway Editions has chosen a few to focus on, here is our art fair break down for this week. 

From the press releases: 


The Armory Show

"The Armory Show, a leading international contemporary...


Have you seen RERO's newest hand painted screen print? In conjunction with the artist's recent Los Angeles solo exhibition RERO also created several new series of hand painted screen prints for Freeway Editions. Check out the most recent Limited Edition set and stay tuned for new releases! 

 Untitled (I Will Tell You Mine...) Edition 3 of 8 is part of the unique set of hand-painted screen prints from urban contemporary artistReroEach piece of this limited edition set was individually painted by the artist...


Alex "DEFER" Kizu’s typographic work has been revered as complex and unique in the realm of Los Angeles street art. Hailing from the community of Boyle Heights, Alex Kizu has taken his culture and connection with the urban landscape and created a profound artistic language, which distorts the lines between street art and fine art. DEFER is considered a forebear in the subculture of LA graffiti artists.
As an original member of crews such as K2S, STN, and KGB, DEFER has been an integral part of the street art movement in Los Angeles and consistently draws inspiration from his...

ART NEWS: Kai and Konfuzed Team Up

Freeway Editions recently spoke with LA street artist Kai about his collaboration with Konfuzed (aka hip hop artist Chris Brown) at this year’s Art Wynwood. When asked how the collaboration came about Kai stated that “Konfuzed and I met through friends Andy and Nobody Photography. We did a mural together with Dirty Wet Paint and it was a success. I guess after that we became friends, and when I was invited to display work at the FAAM Urban Auction I called up Konfuzed to see if he wanted to join. He accepted and then...