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BSA Images Of The Week: 07.08.18 Selections From Welling Court 2018

“Anxiety is normal in an unjust society” says the new piece by Disordered in Welling Court, Queens, a working class neighborhood of New York where the latest Ad Hoc mural party was held a couple of weekends ago under the direction of Garrison Buxton. He started this festival with his former partner Alison Buxton nine […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 06.24.18

As upbeat as celebrations like today’s LGBTQ Pride events are here in NYC, they are rooted in defiance of the suffocating unjust norms that entrapped people in this city and across the country for generations – newly emancipating broad groups of people over the last 50 years or so. As New York City led the […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 06.11.17

“Yes, I’m an infowarrior,” says the African American yelling about how CNN is promoting Sharia Law in downtown Manhattan for the #MarchAgainstSharia and a short distance away someone is wrapping the “Fearless Girl” statue with a black burka. The infowarrior is wearing a red “Make America Free” baseball hat and very much seems like he […]

BSA Film Friday: 03.10.17

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Rone: The Alpha Project 2.  FKDL – Petites Chroniques Urbaines 3. Irene Lopez León: 12+1 Contorno Urbano 4. The Batcave, Henry Chalfant, on The New York Times 5. Isaac Cordal “Giza Komedia” BSA Special Feature: Rone: […]

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