Brooklyn Street Art

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Chris Jordan “Locost Queue” Debuts from a Tower in Queens

New Yorkers will stand in line for many things; heavily frosted confections from the Cupcake Cafe, the new iPhone 17, or the chance to rub against a sweaty stranger on a light-crazed dance floor while paying 8 dollars for a plastic cup of ice. Since the superstorm Sandy hit last month, many of us have […]

More Mansion Rooms from “This Side of Paradise”

A week and a half before the exhibition “This Side of Paradise” opened at the Andrew Freedman House, BSA readers got the first glimpse of the completed rooms of the mansion that were taken over by artists like Daze, Crash, How & Nosm, and Adam Parker Smith (“Poorhouse for the Rich” Revitalized By The Arts). […]

Fun Friday 04.06.12

Good Friday for the Christians, Passover for the Jews, Movie Night for the Atheists   1. “This Side of Paradise” in Da Bronx 2. “Highbrow, Lowbrow, Nobrow – MOUSSE! (Netherlands) 3. G40 in Richmond, VA 4. New Website called “The Facebook” (VIDEO) 5. Dolk and Pøbel: Norwegian Street Artists Fan Video 6. This Video Contains […]

“Poorhouse for the Rich” Revitalized By The Arts

A block-long limestone mansion originally built as a welfare hotel for the retiring rich invites streetwise Graff artists and others to gild it’s decayed rooms, raising it from pigeon-infested squalor. Call it “This Side of Paradise” Enter a discussion about the impact of the modern Street Art movement and someone will inveigh with swollen gravitas […]

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