Brooklyn Street Art

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“Adios Amigos” – CBGB Memorial with NANTU in a Famous Back Alley

This summer curator and producer Keith Schweitzer invited Ecuadorian artist Raul Ayala AKA NANTU to paint the floor of the alley behind the old CBGB. The piece itself is integral to the history of the revered club known as an original incubator for the punk/New Wave scene in New York and the US. Inspired by the […]

Republic Worldwide Presents: “Die Wunderkammer Objects of Virtue” An Exhibition of Artistic Oddities. (Manhatan, NYC)

Open to the public from March 21st through May 1st, 2013, Republic Worldwide deconstructs and reimagines the traditional Wunderkammer through works by over a dozen New York based contemporary artists that will stoke your sense of wonder and odd delight. Artists include Paul Brainard, Kate Clark, Lori Field, Aaron Johnson, Melora Kuhn, Dennis McNett, Hayley […]

Images of the Week 05.20.12

The streets are alive again with all manner of styles from wheat-pastes to stencils, painting, murals, weaving, sticking, slapping, pop appropriation, comic parody, memorial outpouring, collectivism, mavericks, fantasy, pattern, geometry, photography, and yes, beef! Call it what you like, it looks like art is in the streets. So here’s our weekly interview with the street, […]

Fun Friday 11.18.11

1. Occupy Wall Street This Weekend (Fri, Sat, Sun, Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs, Repeat) 2. The London Police at Opera Gallery 3. “Fresh Kills” Anonymous Gallery Opens in Mexico City 4. “Groundbreak” behind CBGB’s in the Alley Tomorrow 5. “Paperboys” at Pandemic Saturday (BK) 6. POSE and KC Ortiz show “White Wash” at Known Gallery […]

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