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BSA Images Of The Week: 01.29.17

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BSA Images Of The Week: 01.29.17
Editorz, 28 Jan 11:02 PM

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Here’s our weekly interview with the streets, this week featuring Able, Alexis Diaz, Bruno Smoky, Case Ma’Claim, Crash, Dan Flavin, Ernest Zacharevic, Inti, Jose Mertz, Kryptick, Logan Hicks, Maya Hayuk, Miro, Pichi & Avo, Santiago Rubino, Shalakattak, and Sipros. First image above: Alexis Diaz. Wynwood, Miami. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Able. Wynwood, Miami. (photo © Jaime […]

Alison Young Examines and Presents the “Street Art World”
Editorz, 28 Jan 09:00 AM

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Contested space is a term accurately describing the Street Artists’ relationship with the world outside your door; a place where the aesthetics are up for grabs, autonomously determined, willfully exploited. Alison Young. Street Art World Reaktion Books Ltd. London, 2016 Drawing upon twenty years of empirical observation, scholarly study, and interviews with artists and experts throughout a constellation of […]

BSA Film Friday: 01.27.17
Editorz, 27 Jan 09:00 AM

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Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Dripped on The Road/ Episode One 2. Dripped on The Road/ Episode Two 3. RURALES 4. D*Face at “Unexpected” in Northwest Arkansas BSA Special Feature: Dripped on The Road/ Episode One: Jamaica Moon. Following closely on the heels of our […]

Where Graffiti Art Is The Rose of The Desert : Spraying Outside the Jardin
Editorz, 26 Jan 05:00 AM

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When you are a renowned graffiti writer living 25 minutes outside of Marrakech at an artists compound and painting in your studio to prepare for an upcoming exhibition on canvas, sometimes you still are activated by wanderlust to go out and catch a tag. Or something more elaborate. Ceet . Tilt . Clone. Jardin Rouge, Morocco. (photo […]

Signs of a New Movement: From the Women’s March On Washington
Editorz, 24 Jan 11:02 PM

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First conceptualizing and then actually hand-making a sign to take to a march is a variant of Street Art – part of the theatrical, political, personal, contentious activation of public space that you individually can take entirely with your own act of creativity. For pros and amateurs alike it can seem enthralling, liberating, even risky […]

Two Miami Schools Enveloped in Murals : The RAW Project in Wynwood
Editorz, 23 Jan 11:02 PM

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Reimagining Art in Wynwood: The RAW Project. The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) received $148 million in 2016. The war budget, also called the “Defense Budget”, was approved for $582 billion for this year. For comparison’s sake, that means the “Defense Budget” is 3,900 times the size of the NEA. Paola Delfin at work on […]

“Sprout And Ruler”: Gola Hundun Nude In Abandoned Masonic Temple (VIDEO)
Editorz, 22 Jan 11:02 PM

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Street Artist Gola Hudun likes to get naked and frolic around abandoned old buildings making art. But then, who doesn’t? Gola Hundun for Artesano Project 2016 in The Dominican Republic. (photo © Mario Delgado) Here in San Pedro de Macoris in the Dominican Republic the Italian natural science alchemist was transfixed by the image of […]

BSA Images Of the Week: 01.22.17
Editorz, 21 Jan 11:02 PM

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Inauguration week was just as bumpy as you could have expected with an incredibly divided country discussing the outgoing president, the incoming president, the foreign interference and weird circumstances around the actual election, the nearly all white all billionaire cabinet nominees, and the Women’s March‘s that vastly overwhelmed Trumps ceremony attendee numbers while “sister” marches […]

MEGGS and Miya Welcome “Temple Children” to Hawai’i
Editorz, 20 Jan 11:02 PM

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New images and an interview today from Hawai’i with Melbourne native Street Artist David ‘MEGGS’ Hooke and his partner Miya Tsukazaki who together are envisioning the mural festival concept as something more holistic. Sam Yong. Temple Children 2016. Hilo, Hawaii. (photo © Cory Martin ) The Temple Children project is partially a reaction to the […]

Fairey & Friends Respond Graphically: “We The People” & Women’s March Posters for Download
Editorz, 19 Jan 11:02 PM

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If the popular response to this poster campaign is an indication, there will be many in the streets. The “We the People” project with Street Artist and activist Shepard Fairey, Ernesto Yerena and Jessica Sobogal originally aimed to raise $60,000 on their Kickstarter page with the non-profit Amplifier Foundation. They received 22 times their goal. […]

Sculptor John Ahearn Brings Iconic New Yorkers to Streets to Meet the Neighbors
Editorz, 18 Jan 11:02 PM

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When you want to experience the neighborhoods of New York, you go walking on our streets. When you want to study the people who are New York, you go to John Ahearn. John Ahearn. Delancy Street Denizens (on John Ahearn imagination). Delancy Street, NY. January 2017. (photo © Jaime Rojo) From left to right: Chin […]

“All Big Letters” Opens, Curated by RJ Rushmore
Editorz, 17 Jan 11:02 PM

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ALL BOLD CAPS. Early graffiti train writers knew they could gain their widest audience on elevated train tracks the same way cigarette manufacturers broadcast from billboards looming above streets. BLADE emblazoned entire train sides with his five letters, as did LEE with his three. Audacious, confident, commanding: the ultimate tag. Faust at work on his […]

Julien De Casabianca, Angry Gods, and Hacking Disaster in Kathmandu
Editorz, 16 Jan 11:02 PM

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If you are not going into the museum to see art, Julien De Casabianca is happy to bring it out to the street for you. Additionally, if the museum has been closed by an earthquake, he’ll make sure the art gets a public viewing nonetheless. Julien De Casabianca. Outings Project. Kathmandu, Nepal. January, 2017 (photo […]

Martin Luther King Day : “This is no time for apathy or complacency.”
Editorz, 15 Jan 11:02 PM

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“We are now faced with the fact that tomorrow is today. We are confronted with the fierce urgency of now. In this unfolding conundrum of life and history, there “is” such a thing as being too late. This is no time for apathy or complacency. This is a time for vigorous and positive action.” ― […]

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