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Martha Cooper and Elle and a Fire “Unextinguished”

Two women, two distinct generations. The same fight for recognition, let alone to determine the direction and manner of discourse. Martha Cooper and Elle “Unextinguished” Installation in progress. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Martha Cooper in the 1970s newspaper world found herself as the only woman photographer in a huge room full of men at the […]

BSA Film Friday: 04.25.14

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Bandes de Pub Strip Box from Farewell 2. Stop Telling Women To Smile: Tatyana Fazlalizadeh 3. Borondo London Glass by Fabiano Caputo 4. Dan Witz, a Veteran of the Streets BSA Special Feature: Bandes De Pub / […]

Entes y Pesimo by Sea, Land, and Air; a New Mural in Lima

Here are some new images from Entes y Pesimo of their latest mural work in Lima. Former graffiti artists, the duo are now invited around the world to do their richly saturated figurative pieces that contain symbols of culture, images of nurturing relationships, and the depiction of an overall interconnectedness of life systems. This more […]

“The Wack Donald’s Project” and Mr OneTeas

The actual street and the digital version of it are now intrinsically linked and often if you see new occurrences of street art it takes just a bit of searching online to find out more about the artist and what they are up to. This week we were surprised to find these posters that incorporate […]

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