Viva La Revolucion

Viva La Revolucion - Installation View

AM headed down to San Diego on Friday morning to catch the press preview of Viva La Revolucion at MCASD (check out our street coverage here). It
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was great to wander around the Jacobs Building and get a sneak peek of everything the artists have viagra online been working on indoors after seeing all the amazing pieces that have been popping up on the streets of the city. Pedro Alonzo, the exhibition’s curator, led a http://genericcialis-pharmacy.com/ talk around the museum and spoke about the different artists and their work.

Shepard Fairey, David Ellis, Stephan Doitschinoff aka Calma, Dzine, William Cordova, the Date Farmers and more free viagra samples before buying were all on hand, either finishing up their pieces or talking about them to the crowd. We won’t give everything away in case you’re going to tonight’s preview, but we do have a few exclusive images to share after the jump. Pedro Alonzo talks about osgemeos and their work. The wood piece behind was constructed using leftovers from Swoon's installation.

osgemeos, Swoon, Vhils, Dr. Lakra, JR

From Left to Right: osgemeos, Swoon, Vhils, Dr. Lakra, JR

Pedro Alonzo, David Ellis and Roberto Lange talk about Ellis and Lange's new, contained Kinetic Trash Sculpture.

Pedro Alonzo, David Ellis and Roberto Lange talk about Ellis and Lange's new Kinetic Trash Sculpture.

Seth Carmichael and Dan Flores, Shepard Fairey's assistant, in front of Vhils' new piece.

Seth Carmichael and Dan Flores, Shepard Fairey's right-hand man, in front of Vhils' new piece.

Stephan Doitschinoff aka Calma puts the finishing touches on his installation.

Stephan Doitschinoff aka Calma puts the finishing touches on his installation.

The Date Farmers, meanswhile, were hard at work on the other side of the museum.

The Date Farmers hard at work on the other side of the museum.

Dzine and his diligent crew finish up his flamboyant rickshaw-esque vehicle. A work by Ryan McGinness hangs in the background. Discuss the MCASD show here.