So why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? So, my name is Caledonia Corry. I also go by the artist moniker Swoon. And I’m here at 76 grand Street, setting up a different kind of show for me. And why is it different? It’s different because I have started to teach myself stop
The Marcy Project Gallery in Williamsburg Brooklyn is proud to present “INNOCENCE”, a solo exhibition by street artist Vinz Feel Free this Saturday November 4th. Flying in from Valencia for his premiere Brooklyn solo show, the wild-life street surrealist debuts a 20- piece collection of new works featuring his uniquely original nude photo-painting hybrids for “INNOCENCE”.
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
Everyone’s favorite melty misfit Buff Monster is back with a gigantic new mural and solo show at Stolenspace Gallery in London opening this Thursday night! For this show Buff focused on an edition of small painting which all tell a story like a comic book, and intricate painting on smashed paint cans.
Coverage: Mind ⚡ Power by Darryl Jenifer of Bad Brains Feat. Shepard Fairey, Lucian Perkins, John Mousheghian, & Craig Wetherby, @ Okay Space, Brooklyn, NYC
Darryl Jenifer is not only the bass player for the legendary hardcore band Band Brains, but is also an established artists who has shown his work all over the world. On June 8th Darryl’s newest show entitled “Mind Power” debuted in Williamsburg Brooklyn’s Okay Space. The opening not only feature Bad Brains related pieces by
The 69th Floor of 4 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan NYC welcomed over 50 world renowned street artists to paint every inch of the brand new office space. Artists involved with the project included Ron English, Basil Sema, Buffmonster, Cernesto, Chris RWK, Fanakapan, Gui Machado (Erasmo), Hellbent, Icy and Sot, Jack Fox, Rubin 415, Sonni, UR New York, joohee (sticky monger), Ian Ferguson, Hellbent, Chinon Maria, David Hollier, Scott Walker, Greg Frederick, Whisbe, Joe
Nick Walker has brought his ridiculously intricate stencil skills and trademark vandal all the way from Bristol England to the Boogie Down Bronx for a solo show entitled “The Last Ride”. Nick seamlessly integrated all the best things synonymous with NYC, and the Bronx, and melded them with the cheeky vandal character we all have come to love
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