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Rah Crawford
"Cupid's Last Stand" The latest example of an NPIC work

Rah Crawford (born 7 April 1973) is an artist and painter. His work typically involves mixed media or acrylic mediums.

Rah Crawford was born in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he was exposed to art at a young age. He attended summer art camps, theatre, and ballet classes, sparking his interest in the field art as a child. Later, Crawford declined a scholarship at an art university where he instead opted for a concentrated two-year graphic design course.[1]

Rah Crawford is the founder of NPIC-Art, which stands for Neoteric, Pop-Iconic, and Clairvoyance[2] The artist teamed with fashion designer Bela Shehu for a fashion inspired exhibition that debuted in New York City's fashion week 2006 entitled "GO!"

Crawford's exhibition "Deus ex Machina" exhibited a chainsaw wielding artist that slashed several of his paintings that did not sell. Rah Crawford's exhibition "Loovorfook" was the 3rd exhibition in a series of four. "Loovorfook" explored human sexuality as part of a larger exhibition called "Welcome to Earth".


Solo exhibitions

  • Fill Magazine Art Expo Solo exhibition Martini Lounge, Philadelphia, PA Spring 1998
  • Fill Magazine Art Expo 2 Solo exhibition Club Shampoo, Philadelphia, PA Spring 2000
  • Amazulu Decor Solo exhibition, The Lofts, Philadelphia PA · Spring 2004
  • ACT 01: HUMAN Solo Exhibition, Qbix Gallery, Philadelphia PA · Fall 2004
  • NEW YEARS 2004/2005: Roots Concert On Stage Performance Painting, Electric Factory, Philadelphia PA · Winter 2004/2005
  • NPIC-ART Solo Exhibition, Walnut Room, Philadelphia · Summer 2005
  • ACT 02: DEUS EX MACHINA Solo Exhibition, Qbix Gallery, Philadelphia · Fall 2005
  • "GO!" NY DEBUT Solo Exhibition, Taste of Art Gallery, New York, Feb. 8 - Apr. 7, 2006
  • "GO!" PHILADELPHIA DEBUT Solo Exhibition, Walnut Room, Philadelphia Apr. 14 - June 20 2006
  • "Act 3: LOOVORFOOK " Solo exhibition Qbix Gallery, October 6–31 2006
  • "The Sweet Life" Live Performance Painting, Club Denim, December 14, 2006 Philadelphia
  • "Pillow Talk " Interview and Exhibition, Philadelphia Home Art Garden, April 29, 2007 Philadelphia
  • "A Sassy Nation" Solo Exhibition, May 19 - July 15 2007, Amsterdam

External links


Published reviews


  1. ^ Studio Art Rah Crawford Retrieved on 3 August 2007
  2. ^ Juxtapoz Art Event Calendar Retrieved on 21 July 2007


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