"Most Oddinism" Proves to Be One of the Most Exciting Exhibitions During Art Basel Miami Beach

"Most Oddinism" Proves to Be One of the Most Exciting Exhibitions During Art Basel Miami BeachPhotos via BFA

 Yesterday, we shared an interview with Aaron De La Cruz in which he talked about Art Basel Miami Beach and the "Most Oddinism" group exhibition presented by Topsafe London. De La Cruz joined forces with Ben Eine, Patrick Martinez, Christopher Derek Bruno, Kenji Hirata, Steve "ESPO" Powers, Roids MSK, and Otto Zitko to display an interesting collection of text-based and "reduced form" works that explores what can be defined as "post-street art." The exhibition opened on December 4 and amidst tons of mediocre events and exhibition openings, "Most Oddinism" is definitely worth checking out. 

If you missed it last night, don't worry because we are here to fill you in. Check out the photos of the exhibition above and below and make sure you add it to your schedule at some point between now and December 8 (Rotunda in Miami - 3250 NE 1st Ave.)

RELATED: Art Basel Miami '13 Interview Series: Aaron De La Cruz Talks His Work in the "Most Oddinism" Post-Street Art Exhibition


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