About the Book
A showing of art work from the multiple personalities of Rex Dingler. In November of 2009, Rex held court at Coup D'Oeil in the Lower Garden District of New Orleans. This book highlights the work for the show dubbed "The Dinglerization of America", which contained over 90 pieces of work for display. Take a moment to enjoy the mind of Rex...
Two dollars from the sale of any edition of this book goes directly to the artist's children (the rest is pure Blurb).
Thanks for reviewing and purchasing this publication, If you would like a copy signed, please contact Rex directly and arrangements can be made.
Book dimensions: Standard Landscape
10 × 8 in
25 × 20 cm
Features & Details
- Category Arts & Photography
Standard Landscape, 10×8 in, 25×20 cm
- Publish Date Oct 17, 2010
- Tags art star, juans flying burrito, half moon, defend new orleans, lower garden district, magazine street, coup d'oiel, new orleans, nola rising, rex dingler, ken capone, contemporary art, street art, nola
Rex Dingler is a New Orleans native who believes that the will of the people is the force of life & that philosophy follows into his artwork. Heralded as the street artist who founded NoLA Rising, a project that delivered hope across New Orleans in post-Katrina months, Rex quickly spread his message of renewal, rebirth and faith to over 30 countries. Rex has exhibited in New York, Los Angeles, Miami, Tel Aviv and New Orleans and works to promote mural arts in Greater New Orleans. On occasion, he lectures at Tulane University on the premise that street art can be a cultural basis for urban rejuvenation. Rex’s street art roots have been mentioned in Untitled II: The Beautiful Renaissance. He has been the subject of debate on numerous websites and news stories in New Orleans. Considered a street artist, Rex’s formal art education is limited to interaction with Al Federico, a French Quarter artist. He also briefly worked with the late Peter Lobello on what would become his last work.