Seduction (2009) by Daze?spray paint on canvas, 60"x70”?Courtesy of the artist
Untitled (2011) by Daze?oil on canvas, 20"x20"?Courtesy of the artist
Courtesy of the artist (2007) by Daze?spray paint and mixed media on canvas, 40"x50" Courtesy of the artist
Untitled (2011) by Daze?oil and spray paint on canvas, 20"x30"
Ko Phi Phi (2010) by Daze?oil and spray paint on canvas, 40"x50" Courtesy of the artist
View from the Other Side (2010) by Daze?oil and spray paint on canvas, 60"x60" Courtesy of the artist
Queensborough Plaza (2010) by Daze?oil and spray paint on canvas, 60"x60" Courtesy of the artist

Continuing our preview of Vision and Vernacular, today we offer a look at Daze. Like Blade, Daze cut his teeth in New York City. His early missions in the 1970s made him a legend in the burgeoning NYC scene, and his walls and murals represent a distinct style that contrasts well with the other artist’s exhibiting in Vision and Vernacular.

Vision and Vernacular runs June 1 to June 15, 2011 at the Venice Biennale.

More of Daze after the jump.