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BSA Images Of The Week: 05.15.16

Coney Art Walls is back for 2016 and the artists have already begun painting, Duke Riley is on week two of performance with pigeons in The Brooklyn Navy Yard , the #notacrimecampaign is happening in Harlem to support a free press in Iran, Newark has started a huge public mural program called “Gateways to Newark: […]

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. […]

Bifido: “Meanwhile” …on a London Train Platform

Hurry up and wait. Much of modern life is like this. In cities especially where bottlenecks in tunnels, on bridges, on highways and streets can slowly… drive… you… crazy. We have long lines for dance clubs and drivers licenses, sample sales and Shake Shack, airport security and air-headed pop stars. And of course we wait […]

Graffiti and the Everyday Utopias of the Street from Schacter & Co

Utopia, as you know, is unattainable. Neither should one think that we are devolving into a Dystopian nightmare. Not just yet. A new show at London’s Somerset House is examining the acts and results of so-called urban artists and their relationship to discussions about this imagined polarity. We ask ourselves if graffiti and it’s variant […]

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