Last week New Yorkers braved the frigid winds and snow flurries to check out the new solo show of Brooklyn based street artist Bäst. Best known for his complex collage work, army of wheat pastes seen all over the world, and his larger than life collaborations with artists like Faile, Bäst has made the jump from the streets to large
Buff Monster is back with another installment of his beloved “Mr. Melty” series, but this time with sculptures cast in concrete! Each of them painstakingly sculpted from scratch and because of the medium has a personality each of their own. Thursday February 16th will be your first chance to snag one of these bad boys!
Brooklyn based street art duo ASVP have been a staple in the New York City street art scene for almost a decade now. Known for their iconic imagery and attention to detail ASVP have reinvented themselves many times over the years. The duo is once again preparing to unveil a completely new and larger scale body
Fat Free Art is pleased to present the 1st annual Bizarre Bazaar, a found art exhibtion. This year’s show will feature art on found objets by the following tallented street artists: Icy+Sot, SUCKADELIC, Jules Muck, Free Humanity, Raphael Gonzalez, Curb Your Ego, JPO, ASVP, SacSix, loveMKM, Hektad, Frank Ape, City Kitty, Adrian Wilson, Urbanimal, Bianca Romero, what you willl leave behind, Matthew Stavro, Narcossist, Rep 1, E.F. Higgins, Douglas Higginbotham, Ivy Naté, Chika Yoshii, Tomaso Alberti, & Jonas Raider.
The Miaz Brothers (Milan, 1965 and 1968) live and work in Valencia, Spain. Winners of the prestigious 5th Arte Laguna Awards Painting section in 2011 and of the Amposta Museum of Contemporary Art International Biennial Prize in 2010, the artists have exhibited at Thetis in the spaces of the Arsenal of Venice and have been
Invader takes over Le Musée en Herbe in Paris for an exhibition entitled Hello, My Game Is… with over 100 new works on show. It’s the first exhibition of Invader in Paris since 2011. The title refers to the name stickers, popular in the graffiti scene, with twist on the name emphasizing the playfulness of the work
While we last heard from him in Paris a few days ago, Ludo is now in Asia where he just unveiled a brand new piece somewhere in a megacity in China. Working illegally, the French artist brought to life this signature piece of work which is entitled “ScorpioBulldo”. Installed on a 100 years old factory that
Nothing is more exciting for a street art fan in New York City then when a new artists starts to work on the legendary Bowery Mural. For three or four days there is an excitement in the air as art fans from all over the city check in daily to see the artists vision unfold
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