Coming up on March 7th, Logan Hicks will be opening a new show in New York at a special pop-up location (154 Stanton Street) for PMM Art ProjectsLove Never Saved Anything will feature figurative and nautical based work from the master stencilist, deviating somewhat from the architectural imagery we have seen from him in the past. Also on display will be some of the amazing photos he has taken from his urban explorations.

He explains his new stencil work – “The drifting, the weightlessness was how I felt internally. It seemed like the perfect way to capture what I was going through – adrift in a sea of uncertainty.” Having lived near the sea all his life, maritime themes have always been a unique influence for him, but are more explicit in this new body of work. Both haunting and elegant, his new paintings incorporate references from nautical superstitions and sailor traditions and showcase the range of perspectives from which the artist sees his environment.”

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