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Italian Street Artist in Navajo Nation: Gola Hundun Finds the Mountain

Today is #indigenouspeoplesday – but of course we talk about them more often than this. The Native American people of the Southwestern United States are called the Navajo, or the Diné. Italian spiritual-cosmologist-naturist Street Artist Gola Hundun spent three days walking in the desert here recently going to the Navajo National Monument and Monument Valley […]

Destroying Desert Water Bottles; Chip Thomas’ New Work in AJO, Arizona

“To raise the call of our faith traditions as an act of resistance against the cruelty and violence that dominate US policy and actions,” says Street Artist and social activist Chip Thomas (aka Jetsonorama) about this new project of wheat-pasting his photographs that feature jugs of water in the Arizona desert. Sorry. What? Yes, jugs […]

BSA Film Friday 04.06.18

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Chip Thomas AKA Jetsonorama new KQED mini-doc 2. Sinclair Says: Multiple Sources for Your News? No. 3. Studio Visit with Mark Dean Veca BSA Special Feature: Chip Thomas AKA Jetsonorama He has a hat, sunglasses, and […]

BSA Top Stories 2017 – As Picked by You

Berlin, Kathmandu, Santa Fe, Brooklyn, Sweden, London, New York, the country of Georgia, Raleigh, North Carolina. The favorite stories of BSA readers spanned all of these places this year as we documented this global people’s art movement variously described as Street Art/ graffiti/ urban art. We put it out there daily and you react to […]

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