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French street artist Ludovic Vernhet "Ludo" is back in NYC with a solo show at Castor Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan featuring all new works.


French street artist Ludovic Vernhet “Ludo” is back in NYC with a solo show at Castor Gallery in the Lower East Side of Manhattan featuring all new works.  Ludo filled the upstairs of the gallery with large and small canvases displaying his trademark green and white motifs displaying mash-ups of nature and weapons.  
The viewer was further treated to a real life dinner party in the basement of the gallery filled with sculptures of food being presented as if at a royal banquet.  Ludo has once again through the juxtaposition of nature vs. weapons creates a white and green wonderland of what is aptly described as “Duality”.  The show is open now and will run through November 14th.  
If you are in the area make sure to drop by Castor Gallery (254 Broome St. NYC) and enjoy the show!















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