Brooklyn Street Art

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Fauxreel Immortalizes Local Tai Chi Practitioners in Toronto

“It’s nice to install photo-based portraits that have permanency,” Toronto based Street Artist Fauxreel, otherwise known as Dan Bergeron, tells us. In his new series of works in the public sphere you’ll agree that it isn’t strictly Street Art since it is an approved and organized installation, but even so it retains the markings of […]

BSA Film Friday: 08.22.14

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. VERMIBUS: PROCESS 2. Aeon in Sri Lanka 3. OS Gemeos “Opera of the Moon” BSA Special Feature: VERMIBUS: PROCESS We join Vermibus once again with this earlier video and a piano score by Rob Costlow […]

“Banksy In New York” by Ray Mock

Ray Mock, the one man publisher who photographs, designs, and writes insightful observations of his daily Banksy revelations in his new book is no stranger to the New York graffiti and Street Art scene.  “I had mostly been shooting graffiti in recent years, preferably grimy tagged up doors, man-size fill-ins, freight trains and illegal pieces […]

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