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A Major Minority: Widening the Definition of Urban Art   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
108, 2501, ABCDEF, Xuan Alyfe, Amandalynn, Antistatik, ASKEW, Mike Bam, Basik, Alexander Becherer, Thomas Bestvina, Bezt, Blaqk, Blo, Boe, Bom.K, Borondo, Christopher Derek Bruno, Thomas Canto, Karlos Carcamo, Cain Caser, COL, Corn79, DAME, Ken Davis, Deams, Debens, Defer, Dem189, Demsky, Evgeniy Dikson, Dime, Djae, Does, EKG, Estria, Etnik, Franco Jaz Fasoli, FAUST, Gilbert1, Hellbent, Stephen Holding, INO, Jerry Inscoe, Jaw, Jurne, Kan, Katre, Kema, Kidghe, Alex Kuznetsov, Kwest, Legz, Arnaud TRBDSGN Liard, Alexey Luka, Mac1, Silvio Magaglio, Mags, Todd Mazer, Martina Merlini, Mes, Moneyless, Matt W. Moore, Morik, Nawer, Nelio, Nmph, O.Two, Alex One, LX One, See One, Jay Paavonpera, Felipe Pantone, Duncan Passmore, Pener, Petro, Poesia, Proembrion, Nibor Reiluos, Max Rippon, Clams Rockefeller, Scott La Rockwell, Samuel Rodriguez, Romi, Rubin, Sainer, Satone, Seikon, Sepe, Slicer, Slick, Rafael Sliks, Sowat, Spé, Stendec, Graphic Surgery, SWIZ, Tobe, Thiago Toes, Drew Tyndell, V3rbo, Collin van der Sluijs, Vesod, Wais, Wane, Dana Woulfe, Drew Young, Vincent Abadie Hafez Zepha at 1AM SF March 14th, 2014 - April 12th, 2014
Posted 4/10/14
In a relatively small, white-walled room, 1AM Gallery legitimately pushes the meaning of the phrase ‘group show.’ When visitors enter the current exhibit, entitled , they encounter walls full of pieces. Rows and rows of artworks cover each wall and showcase the talent of more than 100 artists from more than 18 countries. Many sections include multiple pieces by the same person, giving viewers more than a small taste of each artist’s work. At first, the sheer amount of pieces might seem... [more]
On December 14th, 2013, the Graffuturist-related exhibition opened at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco. The show was curated by Poesia, a graffiti writer and contemporary painter since the late eighties, as well as the founder and singular force behind At the website’s inception in January of 2010, Poesia made this statement of intent about the site and the term Graffuturism: “ is an experiment – something I need to get off my chest. It might be taken... [more]
Outdoor Gallery is Out! NYC Street Art Book Launch Party Tonight!   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
INDIE 184, Astrodub, ASVP, Jilly Ballistic, Bishop203, Cern, ChrisRWK, Cope2, Dain, ADAM DARE, Elle Deadsex, DirtyBandits, EKG, ElSol25, Dega Films, Free5, FUMERO, Gaia, gilf!, Hellbent, Joe Iurato, Russell King, Kram, Lillian Lorraine, LunarNewYear, bunny M, Sofia Maldonado, MIYOK, Alice Mizrachi, Billy Mode, ND'A, Enzo and Nio, OCMC, Army of One/JC2, ORST, OverUnder, Phetus88, ShinShin, SHIRO, Icy and Sot, Chris Stain, TOOFLY, VENGRWK, The YOK at Frost Gallery February 22nd, 2014 6:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Posted 2/22/14
We’re excited to hear about New York-based photographer and writer Yoav Litvin releasing his latest book, , an extensive, visually stunning look at New York City’s street art scene. Litvin’s book features work from over 40 of the most prolific street artists working in NYC along with interviews with the artists, offering insightful and diverse perspectives on the state of street art today. To coincide with the release of the book, Brooklyn’s 17 Frost Gallery is hosting a launch party tonight,... [more]
The Energy Reader: Michael Alan at Gasser Grunert   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Michael Alan at Tanja Grunert Gallery January 12th, 2014 - February 23rd, 2014
Posted 1/28/14
“The paper, the canvas, fabric, whatever media the artist chooses to focus on becomes the energy reader.” — Michael Alan, from . Michael Alan, Punkdance; Courtesy of the artist and the gallery.   Michael Alan’s recent body of work, The Energy Reader, is currently on exhibition at the Gasser Grunert Gallery in Manhattan from Jan 12 - Feb 15, 2014. At their vibrating gyroscopic core, Alan’s drawings and paintings comprise a corpus delicti of brute improvisation, manic details and... [more]
Omnipresent and yet simultaneously aloof, the mysterious persona that is EKG lurks around the twists and turns of most neighborhoods. Behind the shadows of each night, the artist’s anonymous nature transforms their tag into a symbol of the city rather than put a face to the association. In a zine-published essay, the artist refers to their purpose as: this intention, contained in and transmitted from the core of all illegal public aesthetic manifestations, inherently questions the dominant... [more]
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