Last Saturday night WallWorks NY present their latest solo exhibition, featuring new works from JPO. “This Life in Pieces” showcases the latest compositions in JPO’s career, focusing on the subconscious and abstraction.
Polish artist BEZT of Etam Cru made the trip to NYC for the opening of his inaugural solo exhibition entitled “Beautiful Mistakes”, which opened Saturday, October 21st at Spoke Art Gallery. Known primarily for large-scale murals painted with Sainer as part of the Etam Cru duo, BEZT’s work is resistant to the ascription of excessively assigned meaning, preferring to allow
212 Arts is pleased to present the debut solo exhibition of acclaimed stencil artist Lambros. His new series entitled Takeover, utilizes his groundbreaking multi-layer stencil technique to create larger than life figures dominating an urban landscape. The work pays homage to classic 20th century cinema like King Kong and Godzilla, while exemplifying a contemporary interpretation
Wheelchair bound street artist B.D. White will celebrate his first-ever solo show “Love, Loss & Longing” at Castle Fitzjohns Gallery ( 89 Orchard Street, NYC) with an opening night cocktail reception on Thursday, September 7th, 2017, from 7 PM to 10 PM. The kick-off event and exhibit, which runs through October 10, 2017, is free
Did you ever wonder walking around NYC who the artists is who paints the bases of all the lamp posts? Or did you pick up the first issue of Sold Magazine! and wonder who the brains were behind the free paper? Well the answer to both is Brooklyn based street artist BD White. With the
Coverage: The LoMan Art Festival in Little Italy NYC Feat. Invader, Ron English, Hanksy, ASVP, Beau Stanton, BD White X JPO, Dain X Stikki Peaches, Whisbe, GILF!, Art is Trash, and Many More.
From August 5–9, 2015, the walls of lower Manhattan (Little Italy) sprung to life with The LoMan Arts Festival presented by the L.I.S.A. Project), New York City’s first-ever mural festival. The event’s inaugural year brought large-scale works by acclaimed mural artists to 21 lower manhattan neighborhoods, from 23rd Street to the South Street Seaport, in
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