Declare it Art was in its first art show? A project mocking gallery artist statements by placing artist statements in the streets has now been in a gallery itself? How many levels of meta is that?
The collaborative show was at Mad Art in St.Louis on December 3rd 2010, with the pieces staying up through the end of the month.
The kit contains a weatherproof piece of Gatorboard, a Declare it Art guide, two stickers, and even a Certificate of “Authenticity.” These extras are currently not available on the site, to create a forced sense of scarcity, or something.
Special thanks to Stan Chisholm, Lisa See Kim and the rest of their awesome crew who are making St. Louis’ art scene explode with great shows all the damn time. So glad to be part of it!