A 15-year veteran of the graffiti underground, Adam Void, is an artist but also "a political activist, a dedicated traveler, and a steadfast train hopper," according to his bio. A member of the Brooklyn Street Art movement, Void recently relocated to Asheville. His exhibit, The Crossroads, will be the last show of 2013 at PUSH Skateshop & Gallery. The collection response to "to extensive travel, spiritual quandaries, and political end-times" and includes a "found object assemblage of a horse-drawn pioneer/gypsy wagon, a site-specific indoor mural, poetically combined cardboard signs and a curated ‘show within a show’ of works from local and national underground artists." Reception on Friday, Dec. 6, from 7-10 p.m. pushtoyproject.com. “Feedom Not For Sale” by Adam Void and Chelsea Ragan
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