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BSA Images Of The Week: 06.25.17

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BSA Images Of The Week: 06.25.17
Editorz, 25 Jun 12:02 AM

‘Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017’’ it’s called, because “Kill The Poor” was not testing well in focus groups? Luckily, most people will never get sick or old, so this shouldn’t be a problem. It’s LGBTQ Pride weekend in New York, the home of the original Stonewall Inn where all the colorful queens bashed back […]

“Street Art” by Ed Bartlett: A Quick Primer for the World Traveler
Editorz, 24 Jun 10:00 AM

Since the early 70s Lonely Planet publishing has made guidebooks for travelers of the world, enabling people to gain a greater understanding and to appreciate localities, cultures, and histories. Ed Bartlett now adds to this vast compendium of understanding a concise and varied survey of Street Art from his vantage point as an avid bicyclist, […]

BSA Film Friday: 06.23.17
Editorz, 23 Jun 06:00 AM

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Pizzeria Da Cane Morto 2. Miss Van – La Symphonie des Songes 3. Berlin Kidz x 1UP in Berlin 4. Cinta Vidal / RAD Napa BSA Special Feature: Canemorto – Pizzeria Da Cane Morto So it’s […]

Coney Art Walls Class of 2017
Editorz, 22 Jun 06:00 AM

With ten fresh new murals, Coney Art Walls 2017 has made its official debut for summer. Starting this past weekend with the Mermaid Parade in full swing with Debbie Harry and Chris Stein as Queen and King and aquatic beauties in shimmering costumes wending their way through the pavement paradise by the sea. The new […]

Exploring From Coney To Harlem: Fresh Art on The Streets This Summer in NYC
Editorz, 21 Jun 06:00 AM

Summer brings people out onto the streets. New Yorkers especially love to congregate on corners, stoops, public parks and plazas, sidewalks and on the streets to soak in the sun and the excitement of summer after its long winter season. With that in mind we want to point you to what’s new on the streets […]

“No Means No” Performance Brings Bloody Handprints to Houston-Bowery Wall
Editorz, 20 Jun 07:00 AM

“Resist!” and “No Means No!” were the messages at the Houston-Bowery Wall on Sunday as the sun descended at the end of the weekend while a silent and dramatic performance organized by Jasmine Wahi played out before it – and on it. Whether or not people had accepted artist David Choe’s apology a day earlier […]

ECB Brings “DARYA” to Evry, France for Wall Street Art Festival
Editorz, 19 Jun 12:02 AM

German realist painter and Street Artist Hendrik Beikrich is moving his gaze from Morocco to Siberia. Hendrik Beikrich AKA ECB for Wall Street Art in Evry. Grand Paris Sud, France. June 2017. (photo © Mathgoth Gallery – Paris) Known for his project “Tracing Morocco”, where he got to know local tradespeople and craft makers whose […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 06.18.17 / Selections From Welling Court 2017
Editorz, 18 Jun 12:02 AM

“All’s Well That Ends in Impeachment #ShakespeareInTheTrump” “The empty vessel makes the loudest sound.” “Twelfth Bankruptcy #ShakespeareintheTrump” New York’s jewel of free theater in Central Park is actually trending on Twitter, believe it or not. The production of Julius Ceasar features a Trumpian-looking lead character and it has inflamed people who haven’t heard of Shakespeare […]

Artist David Choe Apologizes for Statements About Rape and Says Story Was Fictional
Editorz, 17 Jun 12:00 PM

“I have ZERO history of sexual assault. I am deeply sorry for any hurt I’ve brought to anyone through my past words. Non-consensual sex is rape and it is never funny or appropriate to joke about.” Artist David Choe has responded to rape accusations that have fueled an ongoing conversation on the street and in […]

BSA Film Friday: 06.16.17
Editorz, 16 Jun 06:00 AM

Now screening :
1. PASSAGE / From Wall to Wall
2. Occupied in Bethlehem - from Fifth Wall TV
3. BYG //12 + 1 // Contorno Urbano // Barcelona
4. 2KM3 Saint-Gervais Mont-Blanc Contemporary Art Platform

“ONCE” Deconstructs and Reconstructs His Tag for 12 + 1 Project In Barcelona
Editorz, 15 Jun 12:02 AM

Abstraction is something we spoke recently with French graffiti writer Jeroen Erosie about in Berlin, and here in Barcelona we find that ONCE is interested in deconstruction of the revered letter form as well. Even hardcore lovers of letters like to blow them up, explode them, inflate them, deflate them, stream line and distill them […]

Lucy Sparrow Opens an All-Felt Bodega in NYC : “8 ‘Till Late”
Editorz, 14 Jun 12:02 AM

“Let’s see…Champagne Moet and Campari are selling well, Vagisil we’re very low on. Brooklyn Lager we’ve had to re-stock,” Store Manager Jo Brooks ticks off the hot sales of the day here in Manhattan’s newest deli. Lucy Sparrow 8 ‘Till Late (photo © Jaime Rojo) “And randomly, the cassette tapes have been flying out of here,” […]

Selections from Farm Country: GarGar2 Festival in Penelles, Spain.
Editorz, 13 Jun 06:00 AM

A well branded cultural initiative brings for the second edition a festival of art, music, craft beer, food trucks, workshops to the village of Penelles in Spain, including 900 square meters of murals in this town with farmer roots and low one story buildings. It has become almost a formula for cities and municipalities to […]

Bifido and a Secret Reading Place Under the Bridge
Editorz, 12 Jun 06:00 AM

This new piece under a freeway bridge by Italian Street Artist Bifido may remind you of summer vacation and the chance to let your mind follow a fantastic story. Maybe “Mystery of the Golden Temple: Thailand,” or “Ronia, the Robber’s Daughter” or “Brown Girl Dreaming.“ Bifido. “In my Room”. Naples, Italy. June 2017. (photo © […]

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