This morning, we had the privilege of walking through the Shepard Fairey: “Supply and Demand” retrospective show opening at the ICA/Boston this Friday, February 6th. Guest curator, Pedro Alonzo led what some considered the largest press turnout for an ICA preview, through the galleries of the “Supply and Demand” retrospect, that are divided not by chronology, but by theme. “Propaganda,” “Portraiture,” and “Hierarchies in Power” explore Fairy’s critical thinking into the advertising, symbols of wealth, and heroes that surround us daily, while, galleries such as “Music” and “Stylized” explore the mashing of popular culture with music and fine art.” (HS photos: Beau Colburn)
“Supply and Demand” will run at the ICA/Boston through August 16, 2009.
More select views from Shepard Fairey: “Supply and Demand” exhibition follow after the jump.