NEWS///OPENING NITE: SHEPARD FAIREY’S “SUPPLY & DEMAND” AT CINCINNATI CAC BREAKS ATTENDANCE RECORD
Friday was a big nite in the Midwest when SHEPARD FAIREY‘s Ohio installment of his traveling retrospective “Supply & Demand” opened at the CINCINNATI CONTEMPORARY ARTS CENTER and shattered the institution’s all-time attendance record. Turning out in droves, fans streamed in from throughout the region to get a glimpse of over 250 pieces of Fairey’s artwork from all stages in his career, from the outset of the Andre the Giant campaign up to Obama’s Hope poster artwork, along with some new, site-specific paste-ups (and seven new street-legal murals throughout town). Ol Shep capped off the night (only a week after his 40th birthday) with a hardcore Serrato session that made the locals feel like they were in LA for one nite (or at least a couple hours anyway). HAVE A LOOK:
Shep gives mini-me daughter Vivian a lesson in crowd control…
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