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The Opera Gallery Presents: Kid Zoom First Solo Show In NYC “This City Will Eat Me Alive” (Manhattan, NY)

Kid Zoom OPENING PARTY – SAT 11th DECEMBER – 7PM till Late – MEATPACKING – NYC Kid Zoom, Rembrandt with a Spray Can, represents the future of this movement.” – RON ENGLISH After relocating from his homeland of Australia to New York. Ian “KID ZOOM” Strange is presenting his first ever solo show in the [...]

Sure: Rest In Peace

FAUST just sent out a sad communique about the untimely passing of his good friend, partner in art and Brooklyn native graffiti artist “SURE”. Below are text and photos courtesy of FAUST:
“It is with my deepest regrets to inform you that this morning I received news of the passing of my close friend Sure. Last night he was killed in Afghanistan where he was stationed as a Intelligence Officer in the United States Marine Corps. Sure was born and bred in Brooklyn and recognized for his exceptional handstyle which brought together elements of classic New York graffiti with ornamental calligraphy. His script signatures could be found throughout the city and were a major influence on myself and countless others.”

Miami 2010: Tales of the Streets

Welcome to Miami!  Now go home. – It’s a paraphrase of the Christmas crabby New Yorker who relies on the tourists who pump money into Broadway and Times Square restaurants and FAO and who actually eat those hot dogs and pretzels on the street.  In the case of Miami, Art Basel 2010 draws to a [...]