ART VICTOR HUGO VACA JR

Flow Woman” By Victor-Hugo Vaca II

  • Size: 5 Feet x 8 Feet
  • Date: September 11, 2010
  • Medium: Oil, acrylic, graffiti markers, adhesive electrical tape, duct tape, vintage poster collage on non-woven, weathered canvas.

This work of modern-art-gonzo journalism is listed with Interpol and The Art Loss Register,  according to Miami Beach police detectives who investigated Cases #2010-133-858 and #2011-134-200, which reported the theft of “Flow Woman” from Shock Nightclub, 1437-39 Washington Avenue in Miami Beach, Florida.

NIGHTCLUB INTERIOR DESIGN AND ART VICTOR HUGO VACA JR

Shock Nightclub interior design and artwork by Victor-Hugo Vaca II

Truth be told, the investigation was a joke. Despite surveillance cameras being located at all entrance and exits as well as throughout the nightclub, police never viewed the footage to ascertain who stole the enormous painting.

NIGHTCLUB INTERIOR DECOR ART VICTOR HUGO VACA JR

Shock Nightclub interior design and artwork by Victor-Hugo Vaca II

For several reasons, this stolen work of art is hard to miss, so please, if you see “Flow Woman” anywhere, please notify police or call 954-655-7629 and leave a message with your contact information for a reward if this stolen work of art is found and returned to The Victor-Hugo Collection.

ART VICTOR HUGO VACA JR MIAMI NEW TIMES

Miami New Times Shock Article

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