In the final weeks of 2015, Pusha T unveiled his sophomore album King Push – Darkest Before the Dawn: The Prelude to rave reviews. In the time since, he has contributed his time to projects as diverse as fiercely campaigning for Hillary Clinton, creating a sneaker line and making electronic music with Flume. Yet Darkest Before the Dawn remains his last true full-length statement as an artist. Now, it has been enshrined forever in a stunning gallery exhibition opening today at ANSH46 in Rotterdam. Take a sneak peek in the photos above.
The exhibition is created by Fabien Montique and has been curated by Stolen Moments Gallery, with additional creative direction by Philip Norr, ANSH46’s Michel Poldervaart and Kanye West’s creative agency DONDA. It features a stunning array of photographs in addition to pieces as diverse as flags, skate decks, burning incense and a film projected through an illusory screen. Its ultimate aim is to bring the dark imagery of Pusha’s album to visceral life, a goal that it executes with poise and a great deal of imagination. Check out a video tour of the gallery below:
The Pusha T “Darkest Before the Dawn” exhibition is being held at:
Van Oldenbarneveltstraat 99
3012 GS Rotterdam, Netherlands
Be sure to check out our interview with Pusha T right here.
For more of our Highsnobiety Shoots series, check out our backstage visit with Post Malone right here.
- Event Image: PAMFILLIE
- Event Video: JEFFREY PANKOW