From Walls to Fairs: HUEMAN Turns it up in MIami

Prolific Street Artist Featured at Wynwood Walls, Scope, and Aqua

Hueman just can't stop. Freshly off of a solo show at Mirus Gallery in San Francisco and a major collaboration with NYX Cosmetics, she is preparing for nonstop showing in Miami 2015. With 32 different fairs and exhibitions, she has been courted by several different galleries and will be a featured artist in this year's Wynwood Walls, with several pieces at SCOPE and Aqua.

Hueman will be a part of the notorious Wynwood Walls, founded by Tony Goldman in 2009 with the goal to bring the greatest street art in the world into one place. She joines the family this winter,  standing with artists such as Kenny Scharf, Retna, Swoon, Faile, Jeff Soto, and Tristan Eaton. Hueman will also be collaborating on a wall with exclusively female graffiti artists from a project with Rocha Arts, Wander & Wayfare. The collaborative mural will feature Hueman alongside Christina Angelina (Venice, CA), Caratoes (Hong Kong), Elle (Brooklyn, NY), Kristin Farr (San Francisco, CA), and Tatiana Suarez (Miami, FL). The group will bring a fresh perspective and exhibition platform in a notoriously male-dominated field. Her figurative abstractions and juicy contemporary color palette will bring a dreamlike quality to Miami, and seamlessly blend with the pop-like quality of her fellow writers work.

Hueman will also be releasing an exclusive, and extremely limited, edition of five hand-painted pieces through 1xrun on the opening day of SCOPE, from December 1-6. While there, she will be showing with Think Space (Los Angeles) as part of their family collection at Booth F03, and six new pieces with Inner State Gallery (Detroit) at booth C03. Also in South Beach at Aqua, Hueman will have three more new pieces exhibiting with Cass Contemporary out of Tampa after a highly successful show, "Outsiders," with the gallery last year.

Hueman will be in Miami from November 25 to December 7, and is available for interviews.

About Hueman

Hueman's work can be seen on walls and in galleries worldwide. Her art has caught the attention of media outlets and publications such as CNN, the History Channel, Complex, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, and she recently graced the cover of LA Weekly's 2014 People Issue. Her solo show with Mirus Gallery was her first in the Bay Area since moving back after success in LA.

VULNERABLE IS THE NEW MACHO

Robbie Conal's Upcoming & Ongoing Projects

"So Many Bad Guys, So Little Time: Robbie Conal's Satirical Street Posters
(Plus A Dozen Knuckleheads)"
January 19, 2016 - February 19, 2016
Opening Reception
Friday, January 22, 2016, 4-7pm
Special Lecture by Robbie Conal at 5:30pm
The Harold J. Miossi Art Gallery at Cuesta College

The Gallery, Room 7170, Cuesta College, is located on Highway 1, halfway between San Lewis Obisbo and Morro Bay in the courtyard of the Cultural Performing Arts Center.

"VULNERABLE IS THE NEW MACHO"
NEW limited edition of 20 prints
15" x 15" / 38cm x 38cm on Moab 300 Archival Paper

"Brandalism Returns With 600 Ad Takeovers for UN Climate Talks in Paris"
Amidst the french state of emergency banning all public gatherings following the terrorist attacks on November 13 in Paris, the Brandalism project has worked with Parisians to insert unauthorized artworks across the city that aim to highlight the links between advertising, consumerism, fossil fuel dependency and climate change. Over 600 artworks critiqueing the corporate takeover of the COP21 climate talks were installed.

"Pushing the Press: The Typecraft Design Library"
On view November 19, 2015 - February 9, 2016
A+D Architecture and Design Museum
900 E. 4th St, Los Angeles, CA 90013

"OUTSIDEIN: The Ascendance of Street Art in Visual Culture"
On view October 9, 2015 - January 10, 2016
ArtCenter College of Design, Pasadena
1700 Lida St, Pasadena, CA 91103

Featuring works by Olivia Bevilacqua, David Flores, CHASE, Robbie Conal, Cryptik, Jeanne Detallante, Shepard Fairey, James Jean, Kenny Scharf, and Jeff Soto