This is a joint post by Luke McManus and Lois Stavsky
Icy and Sot have been doing lots of fresh pieces on NYC streets, so we were excited to check out Made in Iran, the first exhibit outside of their native country that they could attend. With influences ranging from Banksy to C215, they have created a distinct body of work including many pieces that reflect their unique political and social realities.
A particular favorite in the exhibit is an installation of old 12-inch vinyls that pay homage to deceased icons. We loved how the cuts in the vinyl mirror the hair of those portrayed.
Also impressive are a number of finely detailed stencils, including this one on an old Iranian packing box.
The exhibit continues through the 25th at 379 Broome Street in Manhattan’s Little Italy.
Photos by Tara Murray and Lois StavskyCategory: Gallery/Museum Shows | Tags: exhibit, Icy and Sot, Made in Iran, NYC