~EXPLODING SKY/100 T-SHIRTS
bottom row, at right – that’s MARK ENGER’S t-shirt. you can see the EXPLODING
SKY WORLDWIDE LOGO on the sleeves.
installation photo, ‘ONE HUNDRED ARTISTS – ONE HUNDRED T SHIRTS’,
DANIEL SILVERSTEIN GALLERY, July 16 – August 18, 2003
that’s MATT ENGER’S t-shirt. this was the only other t-shirt that DANIEL SILVERSTEIN
refused to include in the show, besides the KAYROCK submission. (see above)
At the time, it was thrown about that Danny Silverstein did this was because it was …
quote unquote: “too EastVillage-y”!!!
.. obviously it was just too good and went way over Silverstein’s head – take heed all ye young artists who are left out of big group shows, when you know in your heart, your work is ten times better… you’re probably RIGHT !!!
it was later added to the show due to popular protest.
MATT ENGER (left) and MARK ENGER, aka EXPLODING SKY WORLDWIDE, at the
‘100 HUNDRED ARTISTS – ONE HUNDRED T SHIRTS’ opening, on the street
outside DANIEL SILVERSTEIN GALLERY, 21st St, below 10th Ave, CHELSEA,
July 16, 2003
Mark’s wearing another EXPLODING SKY design.
EXPLODING SKY is also known for having produced the custom embellished
work/uniforms for ‘QUIET 200o’ – the JOSH HARRIS one million $ blow out millennium blast.
ANDREW HARMON, now with his own label, did the initial work/uniform designs.
(Photos: Nancy Smith)
‘ONE HUNDRED ARTISTS – ONE HUNDRED T SHIRTS’