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BSA Film Friday: 06.24.16

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Faith47’s New LGBT Themed Mural in Manchester for “Cities of Hope” 2. NYCHOS: Making of Vienna Therapy. “Dissection of Sigmund Freud” 3. LIVE Webcam of Christo and Jeanne-Claude’s “Floating Piers” BSA Special Feature: Faith47’s New […]

Skount Ferries You To Hell via Amsterdam

Go to Hell! Pay your fare! In Greek mythology there is a ferry man who will take you there in a boat. Skount brings all of this to the beach in Amsterdam in a quick mural he put up last week. In his capitalist critique, only the rich can afford the ride across the rivers […]

Rose Béton Festival in Toulouse, France in Year 2

Concrete Rose. Sounds like the name of a jailhouse jezebel with a beauty mark on her cheek and feathers and pearls in her hair. Translate it to French and you get the second edition of Rose Béton, a street art and graffiti festival in the “Pink City” of Toulouse, which has more than its share […]

Stik : His First Collected Volume of Work

An unusual little tall man, this Stik man. Deceptively simple, he expresses profound truths that are anything but. Since the turn of this century in his hometown of Hackney, the formerly homeless Stik has been bringing his unassuming line drawn character out to the streets of northeast London, often Shoreditch. With few details and is […]

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