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2002 Kostas Seremitis Exhibition Poster

2002 Kostas Seremitis Exhibition Poster

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Year: 2002

Condition: 4


Medium: Exhibition Poster

Frame: Black Metal 

In 2002 Kosta Seremitis exhibited works at Parco Japan entitled 'Superhero and Six.' This was the poster released at the exhibition's opening. Seremitis was the director of ASAP Rocky's Riot Rave music video in 2013. 

About Kosta Seremitis:


Seremetis started exhibiting at the age of 19 in Boston. He moved to New York in 1996. In 1994, he was commissioned by the Warner Bros. Studio Store, where he had three sold-out exhibitions.

In 2005, he participated in "Street Urchins", curated by Ronnie Cutrone in Casola Gallery in Peekskill, New York.[2]

In 2006, he was commissioned by the director Darren Aronofsky among ten other artists to review The Fountain, a commission that was published in the New York Times.

His work was shown in the Parco Museum in Tokyo for a solo exhibition Superhero and six,[3] the Triennale Museum, Milan, and Museum of the City of Mexico, and is in private collections worldwide.[citation needed]

In 2008, he showed in the exhibition "Lo Hi", a group exhibition of artists like Gerhard Richter and Jean-Michel Basquiat at Takashi Murakami's Kaikai Kiki Gallery in Tokyo, Japan. In 2011, he participated in "Kindergarten", an exhibition curated by Giorgio de Mitri, in the 17th century Palazzina dei Giardini in Modena, Italy, with other international artists including Futura 2000, Mode2, Os Gêmeos, Tom Sachs and Boris Tellegen (aka Delta).[4]

He had a solo exhibition in Mexico city in 2011, "Human Kind" at the Anonymous Gallery, and participated in a group show in 2009 with Ronnie Cutrone, Rammellzee and Rostarr.[5]

Seremetis was selected by Spotify to create a large scale mural its new New York City Spotify office. He created a large Spider-Man painting.[6] He has also had a few collaborations with the clothing company Stussy.[7]




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