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12.06.13 Marina Galperina

Kilo Collective’s Brazilian-born artist Gustavo Sousa is in Miami, watching the insane amount of legal murals going up for art fair season. Every day, Sousa is painting very tiny, surprisingly detailed, impressionistic mini-portraits of the street artists at work using a tiny “portable studio” watercolor kit. “This project uses Instagram as an exhibition space,” Sousa […]

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09.04.13 Marina Galperina

For his new series therainpaintings, Kilo Collective’s Brazilian-born artist Gustavo Sousa collects raindrops  — in Paris, São Paulo and around New York, from Hell’s Kitchen to Chelsea to Park Avenue — and watercolors with them.   “We have these beautiful sculptures floating above us every day and we take little notice of them, especially in big cities like […]

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04.02.13 Julia Dawidowicz

We are strangely hypnotized by this Tumblr from our comrade at Mother New York, Gustavo Luz Sousa and the international Kilo Collective. He deliberately misuses his iPhone panorama app to create these glitched-out images, depicting a chaotic-parallel-universe New York City where random objects are sucked into nonexistence, while others repeat themselves kaleidoscopically. Check it. […]

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