Street Art behind Glass in Park Slope: Artist Ryan Seslow, Brooklyn Street Art. The neighborhood of Park Slope in Brooklyn is more known for beautiful Brownstones, impossible parking, towering maples, social liberals and baby strollers than graffiti or street art. There is one commercial strip down the upper middle of this town-y enclave, with delis and bagel shops and The New York Times on Sunday – and aside from the occasional mural or stickered paper-box, not a whole lot of Street Art action.
On a recent sunny Saturday on 7th Avenue, you may have seen a window display that made you think of street art. In fact, you can see it from the street, and local artist Ryan Seslow is a huge fan of the New York Street Art scene.
DAN WITZ New Night Paintings March 10 – April 3, 2010 DFN Gallery is proud to exhibit New Night Paintings, a solo exhibition of recent paintings by Dan Witz. A continuation of his luminous nightscapes theme, Witz transforms banal subjects – lamps in apartment buildings and liquor bottles displayed in upscale bars, into glowing domestic […]
Eastern District Gallery Presents: “East Williamsburg” CA$H 4, JUAN DOE, JIM KIERNAN, LUCAS MCGOWEN, NOHJCOLEY AND POSTER BOY
EAST WILLIAMSBURG Brooklyn is changing… again. Some call it a renaissance. Others are too busy with the rent hikes to call it anything. We’re in the thick of it here at Eastern District so we deemed it “necessary” to address such pressing issues with a “critical” art show. Ladies & Gents Eastern District Gallery presents: […]