Brooklyn Street Art

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Sisters Sojourn to Kingston to Update the Truth with Jetsonorama

Two new wheat-pasted and hand painted murals by Jetsonorama in New York State’s first capital call to memory the work of the abolitionist and former slave Sojourner Truth, who at one point called Kingston her home. Born as a slave she had a handful of white masters and endured untold sufferings for nearly three decades […]

Vermibus Dissolves Narratives of Beauty, Illuminating His Critique

Media literacy could be a required course for an entire semester at college today, yet most people would still feel unprepared to sift through the cleverly crafted messages of our media landscape and to discern truth. The complexity and sophistication that marketers, media and advertisers are employing today to sell products, lifestyles, ideas, and wars […]

BSA Film Friday 08.14.15

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Germen Colectivo Brings Color to a Mexican Town 2. NEVERCREW at Wall\Therapy 2015 3. JR’s Ballerina Welcomes New Film and New Condos 4. Hitnes: The Image Hunter. On The Trail Of John James Audubon BSA […]

Sarah Rutherford and Mr. PRVRT “From the Ruins” in Rochester

When we were in Rochester for Wall\Therapy in July we also caught a new mural going up by local artists Sarah Rutherford and Mr. Prvrt, who have witnessed the fall of some of the city’s titans falter and present this overview possessed with sadness and hope. Titled “From the Ruins” the mural depicts a handful […]

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