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Season 2

11 :02x01 - Kitsch Me If You Can

Oct/12/2011
The arty competition series kicks off its second season with 14 rising artists battling in their inaugural challenge, which involves art that is considered inferior and lowbrow. Photographer Mary Ellen Mark serves as guest judge.

Source: Bravo

12 :02x02 - Art Movement

Oct/19/2011
The artists are inspired by parkour, a movement discipline in which participants maneuver through and around challenging obstacles. Curator and gallery owner Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn is the guest judge.

Source: Bravo

13 :02x03 - Make it Pop

Oct/26/2011
The contestants must create pop art à la Andy Warhol, with inspiration springing from music, television and celebrity culture. The winner scores a full-page display in an entertainment magazine. Contemporary artist Rob Pruitt is the guest judge.

Source: Bravo

14 :02x04 - Back to School

Nov/02/2011
The kids are all right when artwork crafted by children inspires the contestants. Series executive producer Sarah Jessica Parker is the guest judge.

Source: Bravo

16 :02x06 - Street Dealers

Nov/16/2011
The randomly paired artists must create street art in Brooklyn.

Source: Bravo

18 :02x08 - Sell Out

Dec/07/2011
It's a battle between commerce and substance when the artists hit the streets of New York City to create worthy "high art" that must also sell. Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn is the guest judge.

Source: Bravo

19 :02x09 - Exile on Main Street

Dec/14/2011
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20 :02x10 - The Big Show

Dec/21/2011
Season 2 closes with the final artists at work on a full solo exhibition, then presenting their collections at a grand gala opening. The episode culminates with the naming of the winner. Artist KAWS is the guest judge.

Source: Bravo
Network: Bravo ( USA)
Type: Reality
Genres: Family, Talent
Status: Canceled/Ended
Airs: Wednesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: June 09, 2010
Ended: December 21, 2011
Episodes Order: 10
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