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STEVE POWERS “MY LIST OF DEMANDS”

HAPPENINGText: Carlos J. Gomez

Across the street on Grand and Wooster, Steve Powers was having his latest opening “My List of Demands”.

Powers, the famous graffiti artist commonly known as ESPO, had a more simple show. His works seemed like highway diner signs or overblown stickers, scattered throughout the walls of the gallery.

Melancholic imagery was used in his series of quirky comments and absurd story snippets.

In a larger room, the whole assemblage could be read like a comic in space.

After taking enough pictures, it became clear that the show was providing a tactical shelter from the lack of taxis. I walked out into the rain.

Dearraindrop: Riddle of the Sphinx
Date: June 25th – August 7th, 2004
Place: Deitch Projects Wooster
Address: 18 Wooster St., New York, NY 10013
Tel: +1 212 343 7300
http://www.deitch.com

Steve Powers: My List of Demands
Date: June 25th – August 7th, 2004
Place: Deitch Projects Grand
Address: 76 Grand St., New York, NY 10013
Tel: +1 212 343 7300
http://www.deitch.com

Text: Carlos J. Gomez
Photos: Carlos J. Gomez

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