This weekend, our friends at Brooklyn Street Art will be presenting the inaugural show from their series Vandals or Visionaries where they invite a street artist to co-curate an exhibition at Gallery Brooklyn. Their first showcase entitled GEOMETRICKS is curated by Hellbent and includes a nice selection of artists such as Augustine Kofie, Chor Boogie, Drew Tyndell, Feral Child, Jaye Moon, Maya Hayuk, MOMO, OLEK, OverUnder and See One. Another interesting note is the inclusion of a special “Young Collectors Wall” which has works from the [...]
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Last weekend, the Thinkspace Gallery hosted the opening for the Morgan Spurlock (interviewed) curated New Blood. Not only did the group exhibition feature some talented artists, the showing was also centered on a novel concept of each invited artist also bringing along another promising artist to show alongside them. The lineup included Camille Rose Garcia / Travis Lampe, The Date Farmers / Albert Reyes, Dzine / Jesus Bubu Negron, Elizabeth McGrath / Morgan Slade, Gary Baseman / Jesse Dickenson, Gary Taxali / Adrian Forrow, Jonathan [...]
San Francisco’s 941 Geary Gallery recently opened an exhibition of work by renowned photographer Glen E. Friedman. The pieces showcase Glen’s unique talent of capturing some of rebel culture’s most iconic figures/groups. If you’ve grown up following the likes of The Beastie Boys, Run-D.M.C., Fugazi, Black Flag, Ice-T, The Misfits, Bad Brains, Ice-T, KRS-One, Public Enemy, Tony Alva and Tony Hawk, chances are you’ve seen his images. The show also featured his close friend Shepard Fairey as a guest artist to share some of their previous collaborations. The [...]
There is no shortage of art related events at San Diego Comic-Con 2010 happening off the convention floor. After meeting your favorite artists during one of their signing events, unwind by checking out some of the excellent art shows currently on exhibit or enjoy a drink while watching some live painting. There’s no better way to relax after a long day of walking around at the Con. Get a full overview of the best art events during Comic-Con 2010 after the jump.
Jaime Rojo and Steven P. Harrington, founders of BrooklynStreetArt.com and authors of the book of the same name, are about to release a brand new publication entitled Street Art New York, a comprehensive examination of the city’s lively urban art culture that features many of AM’s favorite New York and internationally-based street artists. In order to celebrate the occasion, our friends have organized a party and silent auction benefit for Free Arts NYC at Factory Fresh on April 24. Artists taking part in the auction include [...]
The London Police (TLP) are coming to LA!Â Last we saw them, they were opening a solo show at Stolenspace in April (covered).Â In these teaser pics, we can definitely see references such as Disneyland, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, the Hollywood sign among many others.Â Their solo “Brothers in Arms” is set to open September 10th at Carmichael Gallery. More pics after the jump.
Love, sex, sensuality, and the grittiness of the street are reverberating all over AlphaBeta tonight as Brooklyn Street Art prepares for their group show, “Street Crush,” opening tomorrow Friday, February 13th. The art show and party will feature new work from over 42 street artists, including Aakash Nihalani, Abe Lincoln Jr., Aiko, C. Damage, Imminent Disaster, Jef Aerosol, Jon Burgerman, Matt Siren, Poster Boy, Veng, Skewville, and Stikman. In addition to the great art, patrons will be entertained by Ellis G’s amazing chalk shadows (Seen [...]