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There are hundreds of art exhibitions on view in the city right now, but we're particularly taken with street artist Judith Supine's installation "Dirt Mansion" at English Kills Art Gallery in Bushwick. Perhaps it's because Supine's work never seems to last too long out in the open before being torn down or destroyed, or maybe we just like his collagey aesthetic and the brightly-colored, strange creatures that populate his works. Whatever the case, Cool Hunting and Slam X Hype have posted images of the show, which opened on Friday, and we've galleried them above for your viewing pleasure. According to English Kills' site, "The installation consists of a darkly lit maze of tunnels, chutes, and ladders intermingled with twenty foot wooden puppets." The show runs through June 8th and though many pieces have been snapped up, a few are still available to purchase.
· Judith Supine: Dirt Mansion [Cool Hunting]
· English Kills Art Gallery [Official Site]