“Upbeat in down time”

WOW is all there was to say after going through the KAWS exhibit at the High Museum of Art in Midtown. The exhibit displays amazing artwork from the Brooklyn-based artist KAWS (Brian Donnelly); A graphic artist with an international following that’s created toys, paintings, drawings, and sculptures that break down any type of class/culture barrier imaginable.

Mr. Donnelly grew up in Jersey City, NJ and made his mark in the game as a graffiti artist. Later he moved to New York City and studied at the School of Visual Arts. KAWS downtime presents new paintings where cartoon-related images are abstracted and explode to life in dynamic eye popping colors and shapes (we’ll show you a few:) ).

There are 3 different locations in the High Museum to see his work; The Sifly Piazza, the Stent Family Wing, and the Wieland Pavilion.

KAWS: Down Time will be on view until the 20th, so you have 2 days left to check out his amazing art before it’s gone! Whatever event you have to skip, tell them it’s for a just KAWS 😀


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