ZEVS “Liquidated Version” at De Buck Gallery

French street artist ZEVS has been putting up his infamous “drippy logos” since the mid ’00s, subverting perceptions about global corporations by defacing their most famous insignia. Although before his last show, ZEVS was arrested for putting a dripping Chanel double C on the storefront of Armani Hong Kong, his latest show, Visual Liquidation opened in New York’s De Buck Gallery last week with his anti-establishment message louder and more defiant than ever.

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