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BSA Top Stories 2016 – As Picked by You

Museums, Festivals, and Activism – three of the themes that garnered the most traffic on our published stories on BSA and The Huffington Post this year. From a scholarly Street Art related exhibition in St. Petersburg to the opening of the Mima Museum in Belgium to the Anti-Banksy exhibition with the Blu controversy in Bologna […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 11.20.16

New York is bracing, as is the rest of the country, for the fallout of the election. We’ve seen an uptick in anti-semitic graffiti on the street, but not a great deal of other stuff aside from acidic disgust toward Trump – but that was true before the election. The governor and the mayor are […]

“Magic City” in Dresden : Exhibition of Street Artists and City as Muse

An unusual amalgam of the interactivity of the street combined with the formality of a gallery environment, Magic City opened this fall in a converted factory in Dresden, Germany with an eclectic selection of 40+ artists spanning the current and past practices of art in the street. Skewville. Children enjoying Skewville’s “tete-a-tete” shopping cart. Ernest […]

The Singular Voice Retains Power : Small Stencils on the Street

The small singular voice. Unidentified Artist. Dresden, Berlin. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Contesting public space only takes a modest act of conscience or creativity, or both. Hand cut one color stencils can have as much impact as a large colorful mural. Well chosen words scrawled with a marker can have the intensity and impact greater […]

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