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BSA Images Of The Week: 08.30.15
Editorz, 30 Aug 12:02 AM
Dude, Dudette, this is the moment to make the most of Summer before it in subsumed into crazy New York fall. There is so much art on the streets you may not even want to go inside. Actually, if you haven’t seen the China: Through the Looking Glass at the Metropolitan Museum, you have to […]
Round Up! BSA at NUART, Borås, Coney, BKM, and ON Brooklyn Streets
Editorz, 29 Aug 06:35 PM
BSA is excited to be at the Nuart Festival to celebrate 15 years this week. As we told Katherine Brooks in The Huffington Post yesterday “We’ve always admired their willingness to push past comfort zones and embrace a hybrid of academic programming and a rebellious streak that stays true to graffiti’s roots.” And if you […]
The Weird World of the Weird Crew in BK
Editorz, 29 Aug 06:00 AM
Things are looking weird in Brooklyn at the moment thanks to Cone, Dxtr, Hrvb, Look, and Vidam. The Berlin based crew are in town for their show at Exit Room that opened last night and as soon as they hit the streets they also knocked out this wall in BK. A collective of 5 individually […]
BSA Film Friday: 08.28.15
Editorz, 28 Aug 12:02 AM
Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Lilith and Olaf at Nuart ’15 by Ella & Pitr 2. Come Enjoy the Wonderful World of Dismaland! 3. Wall Therapy 2015: Eder Muniz 4. Wall Therapy 2015: Handiedan BSA Special Feature: Lilith and Olaf […]
Poetry, Prose and Witty Texting: The Conversation on The Street
Editorz, 27 Aug 06:00 AM
“True poetry cares nothing for poems” says Raoul Vaneigem, the Belgium Situationist who taught us that we are creating our lives twenty-four hours a day, in his book “The Revolution of Everyday Life.” The act of living is a certain poetry in itself, we have decided. Jef Aeorosl pays tribute to Andy Warhol on the […]
The Wonderfully Dismal Kingdom of Banksy
Editorz, 26 Aug 06:00 AM
Banksy has ventured into the entertaining resort business. One that would possibly be your last resort. A scathing social and political critique of any number of targets that routinely come under the purview of this artist/curator/commentator/showman, this big tent brings everyone inside for a beating. Rampant capitalism, civic hypocrisy, the war industry, advertising deceit, an […]
What’s The Word, Bird? Fine Feathered Friends Soar On The Street
Editorz, 25 Aug 12:02 AM
It’s a convivial if embarrassing juxtaposition when you witness a bird in flight in this brutish man-made city environment, so unrefined are all of our efforts next to his. He rewards us with a song or a soaring performance in air, and despite our heavy slow selves anchored to this pavement, we shield the sun […]
Willow and Swil : Hunting, Capturing and Exploring in Brooklyn
Editorz, 24 Aug 07:00 AM
Street art brothers Willow and Swil have just populated the streets with their wheat-pastes toward the end of summer here in Brooklyn. Urban Naturalists, that’s what we call them – studies and sketches and paintings of fauna and reptiles, bears and busts of figures and friends and music heroes. Swil (photo © Jaime Rojo) These […]
BSA Images Of The Week: 08.23.15
Editorz, 23 Aug 12:02 AM
Such a pleasure and honor to give a tour to Brooklyn Museum members yesterday – mainly because of the mixture of people who traipsed through Brooklyn streets with us: older, younger, academic, street smart, curiosity seeking, students, teachers. The questions and observations helped push our perspectives wider. Good to be schooled by someone who knew […]
Scott Albrecht Mural Painting in Denver : A Family Affair
Editorz, 22 Aug 06:00 AM
Brooklyn artist and designer Scott Albrecht usually works with collage or wood for his fine art of geometric patterning that hearken an arts and craft modernism of the 1970s. Now he has just completed a mural in Denver reprising his smaller works at a much larger scale – with a little help from the family. […]
Coney Art Walls Presents: BSA “On The Radar: New And Emerging Street Art Talent”
Editorz, 21 Aug 10:00 AM
Imagine taking a trip with (BSA) founders Steve and Jaime and never leaving your seat as they show you some of the exciting and inventive ideas that are running in the street right now. On The Radar: New and Emerging Street Art Talent From Brooklyn and Beyond A multimedia presentation with Steven P. Harrington […]
BSA Film Friday: 08.21.15
Editorz, 21 Aug 07:00 AM
Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. (RE) Prisma by Narcelio Grud 2. Cranio in France 3. Wall Therapy 2015: Li-Hill BSA Special Feature: Narcelio Grud and Mara Hope The ship Mara Hope, stranded for 30 years on Iracema Beach alongside the […]
NEMO’s, a Censored Penis, and Slicing The Human Condition in Brooklyn
Editorz, 20 Aug 07:00 AM
Italian Street Artist NEMO’s made his first trip to New York last week and immediately gave one of his desperate men to the cityscape in Williamsburg. We should mention that the subject was obviously a man until some neighbors complained and one particular detail had to be buffed to satisfy their tastes. The artistic metaphor […]
OS Gemeos Pop Through Walls Downtown NYC, Screens in Times Square
Editorz, 19 Aug 06:02 AM
Os Gemeos want to meet you in Times Square 3 minutes to midnight. Bring your video camera. Later they’ll meet you in the Village, where you can take a still shot. Os Gemeos (photo © Jaime Rojo) The flashing Times Square spectacle on display all during August across a patchwork of multiple screens by the […]
FAILE “Wishing On You” At The Flashy Crossroads of NYC
Editorz, 18 Aug 12:02 AM
FAILE Takes Times Square with Giant Prayer Wheel. Come Give it a Spin! A folk-art pagoda sitting quietly in the basin of a valley richocheting with electronic propaganda and consumption worship, the newest public piece by Brooklyn’s street art duo FAILE has a few mysteries to reveal to the river of tourists flowing around it […]
Athens Street Art Reflects Stress of Debt and Suffering of Poor
Editorz, 17 Aug 12:02 AM
As bankers put the final screws to the people of Greece with crushing unsustainable debt and Greece itself struggles with a flood of Syrians fleeing that war-torn country, art on the street is expressing some of the virulent discontent of the everyday people who are watching the economic ground slip out from beneath. WD. Athens, […]
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