Banksy is the latest artist to take over the iconic Houston Bowery wall, made famous in the 1980’s by artist Keith Haring. After a 5-year hiatus from New York City, the world’s most famous street artist Banksy is back with a mural depicting the controversial incarceration of Zehra Doğan, the Turkish Journalist who was jailed
Filo Sofi Arts is pleased to announce, “All Is Lies”, an exhibition by Norwegian-based artist, Chris Reddy. Chris Reddy (b. Tromsoe, Norway, 1970) has become known for his vibrant, psychedelic paintings and drawings that merge abstraction and figuration in a rhythmic and seamless stream of consciousness. Drawing upon the mundane scenes of daily life and
LA based street artist Thrashbird made a quick visit to NYC and painted the highly coveted Rag & Bone wall in the Lower East Side. Thrashbird fresh off his concrete block designed bag public installation returned to his trademark silhouette style for the new wall. Passers by enjoyed chatting with Thrashbird and taking selfies with the
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.
The one and only Ron English made a triumphant return to one of this favorite spots in NYC’s lower east side Toy Tokyo where he hosted a day long pop-up shop featuring everything from skate board decks, vinyl toys, prints, clothing, home accessories, and even his music project “Delusionville”. Ron in his usual fashion took
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
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
A year and half in the making, The Melty Manifesto explores the conceptual basis for my work and answers the question: “Why ice cream?” I discuss the importance of the Renaissance, the promise of social media, the future were living into and the reasons and methods for sharing creativity with the world. At the end,
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