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Nuart 2016: ‘Post Street-Art’ and Our Changing Terminologies

For a considerable time now at BSA we’ve been discussing with authors, artists, academics, writers, historians, political scientists, sociologists, criminologists the topics of Street Art, graffiti, Urban Art, public art, and the milieu. Often considered is whether a piece or action is  illegal, legal, activist, aesthetic, mark-making, territory-marking, interventionist. With few exceptions, there are often […]

Threatened Species Painted on London Walls for “Endangered 13″

23,250. That’s how many wild species are listed as threatened worldwide by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). A newly curated mural project in London aims to begin raising awareness of our behaviors devastating impact on the animal world and to reverse the trend of killing off these species. Jonsey. Endangered 13. London. […]

Martha Bikes the Hills, Martyn Keeps Up at NUART 2013

“We’re really honored to have Martha amongst us this week,” says Martyn Reed, the barely well behaved director of Nuart 2013, as he welcomes the photographer Martha Cooper, who has just touched down next to the new piece going up on the airport control tower by Polish Street Artist M-City. Not that Martyn was there […]

Fun Factory Presents: “Take To The Street” A Group Exhibition of Street Art & Graffiti Photogtaphy. (London, UK)

Fun Factory art project space is proud to present Take To The Street, a group show of Street Art & Graffiti Photography. Focusing on the eye of the photographer, it pays special attention to the individual styles of these artists and what makes their photos unique and personal.Featuring the photography of: Unusualimage, Nolionsinengland, Mark Rigney […]

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