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Shepard Fairey: A Steady Drumbeat Inside and Out

A steady drumbeat characterizes the work of Shepard Fairey on the street and in the gallery, using art and design and his insight into the corrosive power of propaganda to pound out damning critiques and ironic appeals that address political, social, environmental issues of our day. If the new mural and the paintings, layered collages, […]

BSA Film Friday: 09.25.15

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. OLEK in India Covers a ‘Rain Baseras’ with Community Help. 2. Coney Art Walls 2015 by Ken Yamamura 3. KWEST: Graffiti Sculpture at Roskilde Festival 4. Björn Holzweg Mural for Knotenpunkt 15 BSA Special Feature: […]

BSA LIVE with FAILE at Brooklyn Museum Today – Live Streaming 7pm EST

Join Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo, co-founders of BrooklynStreetArt.com In Conversation with Patrick Miller and Patrick McNeil of FAILE today at the Brooklyn Museum. The event will be moderated by Sharon Matt Atkins, who is the organizer of FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds and Vice Director, Exhibitions and Collections at Brooklyn Museum. This is a […]

Vermibus Dissolves Narratives of Beauty, Illuminating His Critique

Media literacy could be a required course for an entire semester at college today, yet most people would still feel unprepared to sift through the cleverly crafted messages of our media landscape and to discern truth. The complexity and sophistication that marketers, media and advertisers are employing today to sell products, lifestyles, ideas, and wars […]

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