Adam Dare, Hektad, Kwue Molly and MadMan connect in New York City for "Vibrant". Opening reception is Wednesday May 10th from 6 to 9pm . RSVP here for more information.

Passionate, stimulating, and dynamic are several synonyms for Vibrant. They also describe the art of Adam Dare, Hektad, Kwue Molly, and Mad Man. Each have established a reputation for creating work that is bold and exciting. As some of the most sought after artists to emerge from the new contemporary art scene, they have individually carved niches for themselves, and are clearly on the path to global recognition.

The inspiration for the Vibrant exhibition was realized during Miami Art Week 2016 while Kwue, Mad Man, and Adam collaborated on a mural in the Wynwood Art District. The bond that was created between them almost made it necessary to have an group exhibition. Adding Hektad to the mix created the perfect vibe.

There you have it... Vibrant. A collaborative exhibition between artists whose work vibrate off of the canvas.

Adam Dare
With over 30 years in the street art world, Adam Dare is one of the most consistent. His ‘Broken Hearted Bunny’ is a favorite amongst fans and collectors alike. He recently moved to Los Angeles where he has been making his mark in galleries and walls.

A graffiti pioneer from the 1980s who, in recent years, has made a name for himself on the the contemporary art scene. His “exploding heart” murals around New York City have become his trademark. Hektad’s most recent public work can be seen at the new Spotify offices in the World Trade Center.

Kwue Molly
Kwue (pronounced Q) is a true renaissance man. With a career that spans from the music business to the contemporary art world, he has made it evident that he’s a primed for global success. Recently, Kwue took over Miami Art Week via a joint sponsorship from Uber and Effen Vodka.

Madman (MDMN)
Madman’s large scale murals can be found in Los Angeles, New York, Miami, and Chicago. With his illustrations of superheroes, his goal is to inspire and encourage creativity from entire communities.