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BSA Film Friday: 03.04.16

  Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Wall Writers: Graffiti in its Innocence 2. Pixel Pancho: “Teseo e il Minotauro” in Rome 3. Read The Label: Blood, Sweat and Years. BSA Special Feature: Wall Writers: Graffiti in its Innocence The depth of […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 01.24.16

Happy blizzard weekend New York! Who knew it would be so much fun to run free literally in the streets thanks to a travel ban on all non-emergency cars. It’s a bit of genius really, because if you DO get hit by a car, its probably an ambulance. Here’s our weekly interview with the street, […]

NEMO’S “Mafia Capitale” on a Pork Slaughterhouse Outside Rome

Oh, don’t be maudlin, dearies, it’s just a lengthwise naked man whose head is being sliced off into gold medallions. Nemo’s is back on BSA with a new piece of a man in pieces. Mafia Capitale speaks to what the Italian Street Artist says is a confluence of organized crime, human trafficking, and a former […]

Thomas Canto at Wunderkammern; Abstractions and Graffuturism in Space

For his first Italian solo show Still Lifes of Space Time, Thomas Canto is creating a site-specific installation at Wunderkammern and hoping to take the audience into a more participatory experience of dimension. Using video projection mapping the planes intersecting and turning will produce a 3 D effect inside the gallery that may evoke how […]

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