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PHOTOS: The BIO VS. NANO Art Show

Leo Angelo Bio drawing
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The BIO VS. NANO Art Show features the work of artist Gigi Bio, whom we’ve interviewed before in Q&A With Artist Gigi Bio-Don’t Call Her A Cubist, She’s Been Here For Years! and her fellow, talented artist siblings Leo and Grace Bio.

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The 3 Bios, the 8X10 COLLECTIVE, have their work up at the DIS Micro Gallery from July 7 – August 31, 2011 so if you’re in NYC you should check it out. Artwork sale info visit DIS Micro Gallery Presents “BIO VS. NANO” V.2 featuring MeLo-X via facebook.

We have many more pics up at our Facebook page in the album The BIO VS. NANO Art Show. No worries, it’s a public page.

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The White Train presents “UTOPIA” Gigi Bio Solo Show

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If you’re in the New York area you can check out one of our favorite photographic artists, Gigi Bio, at The White Train presents “UTOPIA” Gigi Bio Solo Show.

Opening Thursday – Oct 7, 2010:  @ Dis Micro Gallery 68 Jay Street, Suite 221.  The show will be up until November 4 at 11:00pm.

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The “Graffolution” Art Show

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Last week I had the opportunity to head over to the “Graffolution” show at the Soapstone Gallery in New York City. Among the artists featured were friends to the blog bodega enthusiast Josh Goldstein and the non cubist Gigi Bio, who had a piece that featured our other friend artist Marthalicia Matarrita as a modern day Frida Khalo of Brooklyn. You can check that out and some of the other highlights I was tall enough to get pics of. Continue reading

I Saw Her Again Last Week And She’s Still Greener Than Me


Photo Credit: “RADIATE” by Gigi Bio

There’s this young woman that lives in my neighborhood. At one time she and I had some mutual friends but I never really knew her. What I do know is that occasionally I run into her and she’s greener than me.

It’s always at some off peak shopping hour when few shoppers are around. She’s always modestly dressed, with dark, unprocessed, natural African American hair. Her complexion is clear like she never had a pimple, a scar or a cut in her life. Continue reading