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December 7, 2010
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2010 Miami Invasion — Invader


(above photo by Martha Cooper)

This year, Jonathan LeVine Gallery was graciously invited by Tony Goldman to curate a group exhibition and two permanent murals, as part of the 2010 expansion of the WYNWOOD WALLS project. The group exhibition URBAN ALCHEMISTS took place from 12/1—12/5 during Art Basel-Miami, and featured work by 10 artists from LeVine’s program including Invader, who created a permanent mural on the exterior wall of the building in which the exhibition was installed, located at 2516 NW Second Avenue, in Miami. 


(above photo by Martha Cooper)

While in town to create his mural, the French artist decided to embark on the first wave of an invasion of Miami, placing over 20 mosaics on the streets around the city. Here are some photos documenting the placements in several locations, some of which (as indicated in captions) were shot by legendary photographer Martha Cooper.


(above photo by Martha Cooper)


(above photo by Martha Cooper)

That’s all we have to show you for now, you’ll have to encounter the rest yourselves!…

To see the URBAN ALCHEMISTS exhibition page with images of all works in the show, installation views and opening event photos, please click HERE.

To see a re-cap of the WYNWOOD WALLS 2010 project, please click HERE.

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