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FUZI: Defaced

Opening December 1, 2021

FUZI: Defaced

Museum of Graffiti

French graffiti and tattoo artist FUZI invades the Museum of Graffiti to present Defaced, an exhibition of new works on canvas and historic works from his days as a train painter in Paris. Fuzi’s new works bring to life his tattoo style but this time on canvas. Bold and humorous paintings depicting his raucous cartoon world that has gone mad. Humans vs animals, vandals vs police and everything in between come together in his expertly rendered pieces. This is lowbrow art at its finest.

Fuzi will also present new neighborhood murals, as well as a 360 degree fully painted immersive room with his signature figures and faces, titled: IGNORANTISM. The room celebrates his tattoo style of illustration with storytelling of his favorite subject: street life. Criminals, vandals, luxury cars, beaches, and animals come to life on the walls and tell the story of excess in Miami. Nightclubs and beach life come together in a monochromatic celebration with ink as the medium. The message – a defaced wall is a good wall, enjoy it.

The exhibition is proudly sponsored by Ciroc and DeLeon Tequila.

Get in where you fit in!

MON-THURS: 11am ‒ 6pm
FRI-SUN: 11am ‒ 7pm

Hours subject to change for holidays and special events.

Adults: $16 + tax/fees
Children under 13: Free

276 NW 26th Street Miami, FL 33127
hey@museumofgraffiti.com

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