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Editor’s note: This guest post is by Peter Bengtsen, one of just a handful of academics worldwide whose research focuses on street art, and I highly recommend his book The Street Art World.
Molly Crabapple shaped the visuals of Occupy Wall Street, her illustrations of places like present-day Syria and Guantánamo Bay have landed her in VICE, Vanity Fair, and The New York Times, and she’s about to open a solo show at Postmasters Gallery.
Photo courtesy of Hyuro Note: This post is in adaptation of what I presented last month at The Art Conference in London.
Justin Giarla. Photo by Lynn Friedman. There was a time not to long ago when Justin Giarla loomed large over the street art/graffiti/low-brow/Juxtapoz-friendly art scene in San Fransisco.
Over 2.3 million people are currently held in American prisons, jails, and detention facilities. Many of them will be there for years, even for life.
Fun story behind NDA‘s mural Fathers and Sons, which was painted last month as part of the Staufferstadt Artist Residency in Strasburg, Virginia.
Next week, I’ll be exhibiting some photos at Tender Trap in Greenpoint as part of Andrew H. Shirley’s #frontallabotomy series.
Swoon is releasing a new print this week, and it’s an image that her fans have been looking forward to for years: Alison the Lacemaker.
Fancy spray paint with a dozen different caps. Professional photographers. Scissor lifts. Street art doesn’t have to be so complicated.
A new photo series by Alan Ket is a quiet and beautiful, but still extremely potent, form of activism at a time when it’s desperately need.
This afternoon, Caroline and I had lunch at Sea Wolf in Bushwick, at the heart of The Bushwick Collective.
Ever wondered how people like Abe Lincoln Jr., Joe Boruchow, or Icy & Sot install their artwork in bus shelters and phone booths?
Seth Globepainter has spent the last few weeks in Rome thanks to a residency with the 999Foundation. The residency culminates on Thursday, July 7 with Range Ta Chambre, a one-day solo exhibition by Seth at the Teatro India, an experimental theater space.
Just in time for the summer street art rush, Reed Bmore visited installed a few of his trademark wire and mesh sculptures in Brooklyn.
Later this month, catch me at The Art Conference, a new arts festival in London. I’m excited to be speaking alongside some amazing artists, including Jordan Seiler, Dan Witz, Tinsel Edwards, and Lucy McLauchlan.
Labrona. CONNECT4, is an artist run pop up exhibition featuring the works of Mathieu Connery, Labrona, Kevin Ledo and Alex Scaner.
Dr. D‘s latest project, a collaboration with Disobedient Films, takes his ad busting beyond billboards.
Gotta love 722 – 481 BC, Faith47‘s new piece in Manchester. The mural is part of the Cities of Hope project, which is inviting street artists to address a variety of social justice issues on Manchester’s walls, and to connect with local organizations while they are in town painting.
In an internet-age twist on Steve Powers’ famous ESPO shutters, Spain’s MVIN has painted a massive piece across 99 shutters in Barcelona.
Monique Spier 2016, “Doubles” gif animation The Memorial Day weekend heralds the start of summer. A quiet moment on a windswept beach where ‘a clear view equals a clear mind’ has changed radically in recent years.