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Artists, Graffiti Writers, and Scenesters Turn Out for the Dash Snow Memorial
An appropriately disparate crowd for an artist who moved between scenes.
Friend: Dash Snow ‘Knew Exactly What He Was Doing When He Went to That Hotel’
The ‘Times’ gives the most detailed account yet of Dash Snow’s final days.
Dash Snow Piece Pulled From Auction
Organizers say the artwork has been removed from the Watermill benefit auction.
Os Gemeos Dedicate Their New Mural to Dash Snow
Vandals have also already tagged the mural with the phrase “Blog about this.”
AA Bronson Remembers His Dash Show Photo Shoot
“He took naked photos of me … I knew him and I liked him and I trusted him.”
What Will the Art Market Decide About Dash Snow?
Prices often zoom up when an artist passes away, but Snow’s work faces some peculiar circumstances.
Dash Snow Seemed Happy and Healthy in Weeks Leading Up to Death, Say Shocked Friends
The artist, who died of a drug overdose last night, had been in rehab and was working on new pieces.
Terence Koh’s iPod to Honor Dash Snow
Artist Terence Koh will perform a tribute to Dash Snow tonight.
Artist Dash Snow Dead From Drug Overdose
Multiple sources tell Gawker that hard-living, cop-dodging artist, photographer, and graffiti writer Dash Snow has died from a heroin overdose at 27.
Dash Snow’s Latest Hot Mess
You may recall reading about Dash Snow and Dan Colen’s infamous “Hamster Nest,” a Dada-esque mass of shredded telephone books “installed” in hotel rooms around the world. Now’s your chance to experience it firsthand.