Station 16 Gallery returns to New York City to present “The Day is My Enemy”, a solo show of New York street artist, DeeDee. Highlighting themes of deception and destruction, The Day is My Enemy explores the public personas we show to the world and the private identities we keep to ourselves.
DeeDee describes the motivation for the show as “In my head, every day is Halloween. My art is the mask I hide behind. The Day Is My Enemy shows how I prefer to live at night. The night is also my mask and hides me as I do what I do”.
The show is built around three prints (editions of 17 each) that will be available for $150 each and about 20 originals ranging in many sizes. These new works by DeeDee consists of the TM imagery found pasted all of NYC mixed with concert posters & advertisements DeeDee removed off walls in NYC which were then incorporated in a collage style into the new original works.
Opening reception is tomorrow night (Oct. 15/15) at 2 Rivington St. in the LES in Manhattan from 6-9pm. Stop by to see what all the fuss is about and grab a print.
Author: Matthew A. Eller