Group Show: Fear No Art 4 @ Fourthwall Projects | Boston, MA





Detail of Circulatory System No. 29

22 x 36 inches [2012]

Acrylic on 100% cotton, 

300lb Arches paper.

Finished in satin varnish.




Detail of Circulations of another fade away No. 03

23 1/2 x 18 1/2 x 2 inches  [2012]

Found paper, acrylic, ball point pen, 

pencil & xerographic transfer on wood panel.

Finished in matte varnish. Framed in mahogany 

lattice & found vintage yardsticks.


Fear No Art 4 Curated by Marka27




Slick, Simone Legno, Shane Jessup, Augustine Kofie, Kenji Nakayama, Caleb Neelon, Raul Gonzalez, Cern One, Toofly, Gigi Bio, Don Rimx, Jesse Hernandez, Sket One, Marka27, Problak. Pac23



Opening Reception:

Saturday, November 10th, 2012


On Exhibition through Dec 3rd


Fourthwall Project

132 Brookline Ave

Boston, MA 02215

The artists that curator, and prolific artist and designer Marka 27 has gathered from both coasts vary wildly: from passionate, feverish, athleticism to carefully structured graphics, these artists’ aesthetics are certainly varied, but not hard to associate. All 16 artists hint at a similar respect and nod to architecturally-influenced expression, vibrant, often-times grotesque design, and a no-holds-barred expanse of movement—all accompanied by a fierce, self-survivalist-immediacy.

While FEAR NO ART 4 is certainly not the first exhibition featuring street art, it is the first time these particular artists have been featured together on the same coast, in the same space, reacting and playing off of each other for the first time. Rather than showcase a singular artist, this exhibit is a representation of an amalgamation of cultures, identities, ideas, and personalities much like the cities that these artists use as their canvas.

The artists gathered in this collection range from legendary graffiti artists to up-and-coming graphic designers, to expressive pop-surrealist painters—but really, these labels do them a disservice. All of the artists represented in FEAR NO ART 4 are revolutionaries who use a variety of media to challenge the most complex ideals, which are, of course, wrapped in the simplest of questions: What is art? What is art if it is not for sale? What is art if it is impermanent, hidden, digital, wet, gross, or illegal? What is art if we do not call it art?



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