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06.02.10 Bucky Turco

Finally, some street art from Aakash Nihalani that doesn’t suck! Brooklyn, NY. |Photo: Jim Kiernan| […]

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10.30.09 Will Sherman

Tape-laying street artist Aakash Nihalani has been doing some traveling, sticking up his geometric designs in Vienna, for the BLK RIVER Festival, and now India. Highlighting how essential documentation is for many modern street artists, Nihalani posts proof of his cubic work before it was quickly peeled off some stone structure in New Delhi. Photos […]

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08.17.09 Bucky Turco

The thing about Aakash Nihalani’s work is that it doesn’t always work, even when it’s outside and illegal. So it’s even harder to justify this 2-dimensional concept in a 3-dimensional medium. But go ahead and check it out, it’s fun for like 5 seconds. |Hragvartanian| […]

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07.22.09 Will Sherman

In contrast to my colleague’s positive take on Poster Boy’s latest work at Jajo Gallery, Jordan Seiler offers a more critical perspective: “PosterBoy’s transformation of the gallery space doesn’t address the underlying advertising and public space issues his work in public so effortlessly tackles….On top of this Aakash’s work looses its spatial relationships, merely becoming […]

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07.09.09 Bucky Turco

Recently, the ad rearranging vandal known as Poster Boy collaborated with fellow street artist Aakash Nihalani and some other guy named Ibrahim Ahmed III for an exhibit at the JaJo Gallery in Newark, New Jersey. Unlike his previous show at Easter District, which really had no room to breathe, this installation was far more sophisticated […]

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