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Okay Space Presents "Philly Vs. New York: A Declaration," An Art Exhibit From Schoolly D & Pablo Power

Photo courtesy of Okay Space and Black Swan Projekt.

On Saturday, March 4th, Okay Space and Black Swan Projekt will be presenting an art exhibit from artists Pablo Power and Schoolly D. The exhibit, called Philly VS New York: A Declaration of Co-Independence, will consist of individual works from each artist.

Schoolly D is best known for basically creating gangsta rap. And at this exhibit we will see a series of new collaborative works done in a 12″ square format, referencing Schoolly D’s extensive music catalog and his history of creating artwork for some of his most iconic album covers.

Schoolly D is from Philadephia; Pablo Power is based in New York. The two cities famously have had a contentious relationship. However, with this exhibit, the artists wanted to show the strength they can display if they collaborated. This show is a follow-up to their 2013 exhibition, Am I Black Enough?

The exhibition will open as a part of 2017’s Armory Arts Week annual Brooklyn Night on Saturday, March 04, 2017, from 6pm – 10pm at the Okay Space Gallery. The exhibit then runs until April 01.

If you want to go the opening, RSVP here.

Okay Space Presents "Philly Vs. New York: A Declaration," An Art Exhibit From Schoolly D & Pablo Power

Photo courtesy of Okay Space and Black Swan Projekt.

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