Atlanta rapper Pill has been a lover of art for almost as long as he’s been rapping and while he set the paintbrush down and picked up the mic during high school, he still loves visiting museums.
Complex sent the "Trap Goes Ham" artist- whose "The Epidemic" mix tape released earlier this month-to the High Museum of Art in his hometown to check out the KAWS: DOWN TIME exhibit last week. Pill critiqued the exhibit and talked about being an artsy guy, memories of the High Museum, and the impact of KAWS in entertainment.
DOWN TIME, which features three new major works from New York-based artist KAWS, remains on view until May 20, 2012. The show was organized by the High’s Wieland Family Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art, Michael Rooks, who took Pill on a walk through of the exhibit.
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