Known for his "urban explorations" and stencil work, Brooklyn-based artist Logan Hicks opened a pop-up art show in New York City recently that combines his street art with his photography. Presented by PMM Art Projects, "Love Never Saved Anything" opened on March 6 at 154 Stanton Street on the Lower East Side and will run through March 22.

Hicks' photographs depict the beauty of empty urban sites including abandoned subway stations and underground tunnels, while his stencil paintings present underwater scenes which, as the artist tells Juxtapoz, are a reflection of his of his experiences. "The drifting, the weightlessness was how I felt internally. It seemed like the perfect way to capture what I was going through – adrift in a sea of uncertainty." 

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