LAS VEGAS (APRIL 2, 2018) – On the heels of their latest shocking installation at Trump International Hotel in New York City depicting a lookalike of President Trump handcuffed in a rat-infested jail cell, INDECLINE, an anonymous group of artists focusing on social, ecological, political and economic injustices, will be debuting their first ever gallery at EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC on Saturday, April 7 starting at 3:00 p.m. Admission to the gallery is free with the purchase of a festival ticket.
As seen in the L.A. Times, The Hollywood Reporter, Rolling Stone, Complex, The Washington Post and more, INDECLINE, The Activist Art Collective, was founded in 2001 and is comprised of graffiti artists, filmmakers, photographers and full-time rebels and activists. The gallery will include some of INDECLINE’s most notorious and bone-chilling, right-in-your-face video projects including “Klu Klux Klowns,” “Shoot a School Kid,” along with a brand new “The Emperor Has No Balls” branded Trump statue custom made for EMERGE, and portions of “The People’s Prison” the latest piece to send shockwaves across the country.
INDECLINE at EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC: https://bit.ly/2GZvJg0
Known for pushing the envelope and bringing light to social issues across the country, INDECLINE will house the gallery at The Linq Promenade next to the High Roller April 7 through April 8, only.,