“Bombing walls and painting bridges” Mau Mau Exhibition @ Chicago’s Vertical Gallery

Our friend Mau Mau returns to Vertical Gallery with first-ever U.S. solo art show “Bombing walls and painting bridges” features the newest work from Mau Mau, who made his Vertical Gallery debut in mid-2017 with the collaborative exhibit “Foreign Policy,” co-headlined by his co-conspirator Beejoir. Mau Mau will attend the “Bombing walls and painting bridges”

Coverage: “IKIGAI” StreetArtNews Summer Group Exhibition, Tokyo

Last week in Japan, StreetArtNews opened its Summer Group Exhibition “IKIGAI” at Basement Ginza in Tokyo. Ikigai is a Japanese concept that means “a reason for being.” The word “Ikigai” is usually used to indicate the source of value in one’s life or the things that make one’s life worthwhile. The word translated to English

Monumental Graffiti & Street Art Exhibition “Beyond The Streets” Comes To Brooklyn In June

“Beyond The Streets”, the exhibition of graffiti, street art that debuted last year in Los Angeles announced today that it will head to the art form’s epicenter: New York, on June 21st. The show celebrates society’s most pervasive mark makers and rule breakers with a sprawling showcase of work by more than 150 artists from

Wythe Hotel’s April Art Exhibition opens in New York City tonight

The “April Art Exhibition” will be opening on April 9th in New York City as part of the Wythe Hotel’s commitment to fostering arts and creativity. This new exhibition will be featuring works on paper by painter Marina Adams, basketball bag extraordinaire Andrea Bergart, the imaginative Michelle Segre, and Brooklyn’s very own Jason Stopa. Since the

Coverage: Artmossphere Biennale “Offline” – Moscow, Russia

The exhibition of street wave artists presented works by 40 Russian and foreign authors created during the art-residence in Moscow. The main project of the biennale ARTMOSSPHERE is currently on display from August 31 to October 14 at the Grand Wine Warehouse of Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art. All the works of the main project

Preview: “SuperPlasticizer” Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha @ Dubai’s The Mine

Over the years Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha practice has expanded from its urban beginnings to the gallery wall, but a responsiveness to the built environment, borne of a deep study of each locale, remains central. For this new body of paintings, the artist uses a superplasticizer mixed with cement, rubble, and sand from the

Coverage: Os Gemeos “Silence of the Music” Solo Show @ NYC’s Lehmann Maupin

The Brazilian street art duo Os Gemeos have taken over Lehmann Maupin Gallery in New York City  and covered every inch of the space using every medium imaginable for their new installation entitled “Silence of the Music”.  Os Gemeos using their signature characters filled four rooms with both interactive  and  static pieces, some as large as life.  No

Andrew Schoultz & Paul Insect artworks censored by South Park public relations team

Artworks made by Andrew Schoultz and Paul Insect for the South Park 20th Anniversary Show to be displayed at Comedy Central’s South Park Art Gallery from July 21st-24th during the Comic Con convention in San Diego have been censored and pulled from the exhibition by South Park Public Relations Team. The art world, a realm populated by masterpieces often