At the Avantgarden Gallery in Milan, Italy, Augustine Kofie and Moneyless have opened a two-man art exhibition titled "ASSIOMA" (Italian for "axiom"). With a "similar sensibility for geometric thinking," the artists found ways to show the similarities and differences in their work and also collaborated for ten days on what the gallery refers to as a "controlled improvisation."

We've been fans of Augustine Kofie's work for a while, and even got the chance to speak with the Los Angeles-based artist down in Honolulu during POW! WOW! Hawaii 2014. The artwork that we've seen from the show is cool, and the compositions that the artists made together are particularly interesting when considering the concept of the axiom, the "ultimate starting point," and how it is explained (you can read the full exhibition page here). The exhibition opened on March 20 and will run through April 23 so check it out while you can.

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