Before there was Banksy, or Blek La Rat, or Dan Witz, or Ron English there was Richard Hambleton the god father of street art. Hambleton who is best known for his “Shadowman” images that were painted all over New York City in the 1980’s is back with a career spanning exhibition. Although Hambleton ran in
Opening this Saturday April 15, 2017 curators DK Johnston, Bill Mack, and co-curator Hyland Mather will be presenting the opening celebration for street artist Mando Marie’s solo exhibition “Can it Be?” at The Marcy Project located in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NYC. The show will feature mixed media pieces on both paper and canvas along with a new
Fat Free Art Gallery is pleased to present Fem•is•in: Women Artists Reimagine the Future, a group show and the debut exhibition at the gallery of artists: Alice Mizrachi, Diana McClure, gilf!, Jane Dickson, Janette Beckman, Lady Pink, Martha Cooper, SWOON, and Queen Andrea. Fem•is•in features some of the world’s top artists and photographers working at
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
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.
Street art pioneer Ron English is back with a new solo gallery show at the Allouche Gallery pop-up in the Meat Packing district in NYC entitled “Guernica”. For this new show Ron has integrated pop culture icons with the iconic imagery derived from Pablo Picasso’s legendary anti-war painting “Guernica”.
Iranian street art duo Icy & Sot are back with a new book and solo gallery show this weekend in NYC. Icy & Sot’s new full color book “Let Her Be Free” features images from both their early work in Iran, their current work in NYC, and world wide. This Saturday night in the Lower
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