Starting October 19th, street artist BADDER ISRAEL from the "Art Kartel" will begin a new installation at the El Catano Garden, located in East Harlem on 110th Street between Lexington and Third Avenue. Badder is teaming up with the West Harlem Art Fund and the NY Restoration Project for this public art project, which layers his signature interpretations of Aztec imagery and symbols, like Xochipilli, Xolotl, and Quetzalcoatl. The installation will be called the Yellow Brick Road to incorporate the growing influence of Mexican immigrants to the NYC landscape.
More about Badder Israel:
BADDER ISRAEL “Art Kartel” was born and raised in Puebla, Mexico. Badder graduated from the university of urban design in Puebla, Mexico B.U.A.P, BADDER was born into Mexico's graffiti scene and dedicated himself to incorporating the various techniques of classic art into urban art, with a specialization in murals and graffiti productions. He is now based out of Brooklyn, New York. If you want to see more of his work go to www.badderisrael.com
More about the Art Kartel:
"The Art Kartel" presents a multi-generational community of artists who challenge the conventions of live performance by producing original art-work for & to NYC's residents, visitors & tourists alike.
(Images courtesy Badder Israel)
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