Brooklyn Street Art

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INO and “LOST” in the Port of Piraeus, Greece

She’s lost, so much on her mind. INO. “Lost” Greece. May 2018. (photo © INO) The triangulation of financial, governmental, and corporate power locked Greece (and Europe) in a downward spiral only three years ago, and although there are some signs of stabilization this year, the downturn “wiped out a quarter of the nation’s economic […]

Karl Addison Paints In Refugee Camp in Greece with Syrian Kids

If your house is destroyed and you are chased from your neighborhood by bombs, anything that recalls normalcy is welcomed. Street Artist Karl Addison tells us a recent project with two other artists where he hopes their painting gave residents a sense of hope for their future. Karl Addison for aptART. Elpida, Thessaloniki, Greece. April […]

Athens Street Art Reflects Stress of Debt and Suffering of Poor

As bankers put the final screws to the people of Greece with crushing unsustainable debt and Greece itself struggles with a flood of Syrians fleeing that war-torn country, art on the street is expressing some of the virulent discontent of the everyday people who are watching the economic ground slip out from beneath. WD. Athens, […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 05.17.15

Shout out to all the great Swoon fans we met last night during the artists talk with her. All the seats were filled so it was standing room only in the back but yet it felt so intimate. Ya’ll are stupendous and smart and handsome and beautiful and we were honored to be with you. […]

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