Leon Reid IV is a Brooklyn based artist best known for his street art installations made in New York and London at the turn of the 21st Century. In 2005, Reid IV began completing commissioned based public art installations in cities such as Berlin, Sao Paulo and Stavanger Norway. In 2011, Reid IV developed a new body of work titled TECH-ART: Soul for technology™. This new body of work reflects the look and feel of the information age in traditional drawing painting and sculpture.
Reid IV has shown his works in a number of traditional exhibitions in addition to his public installations, large-scale projects and street art, including Pandemic Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, Helmet Gallery, Munich, Germany, De Ruyterkade, Amsterdam, and ATM Gallery, Berlin, Germany. His public exhibitions and commissions include Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, Peekskill, NY, “Pedestrian Shuffle” curated by The New Museum, New York and “BK Anatomy” commissioned by BAMart: Public, Brooklyn, New York.
Reid IV co-authored and was the subject of street-art novel "The Adventures of Darius and Downey" published by Thames & Hudson 2008. His work has been featured in the New York Times, Time Magazine, New York Magazine, BBC, Le Monde Diplomatique.
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