Brooklyn Street Art

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Basquiat’s Notebooks Open at The Brooklyn Museum

As lines continue to blur in fields of art and technology (and everything else) it is easier to see Street Art as an online/on-street diary, a forum for speech making, a laboratory for testing ideas, a publishing platform for the dispersing of truths and lies and theories and maxims and slogans and aphorisms. A timely […]

Don Rimx and BSA at Brooklyn Museum : You With Markers in Hand (VIDEO)

BSA continues to bring artists to the street wall, to the gallery, and to the museum whenever we can. The video here today captures one of the recent opportunities we had to help bring together Brooklyn Museum goers with one of Brooklyn’s hometown graffiti & street artists Don Rimx. Just for one night in the […]

BSA Film Friday: 05.23.14

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. “Free Graffiti” with a Mystery Man by Farewell 2. BSA in Conversation at Brooklyn Museum 3. Talk Of The Sea from POW! WOW! Hawaii 4. Decolonizing Street Art: Teaser for August in Montreal (unceded territory) 5. […]

El Anatsui Shows Both “Gravity and Grace” in New York

Post industrial African urban pointillist El Anatsui is outside at The High Line in Manhattan and inside the Brooklyn Museum right now to offer “Gravity and Grace”, two characteristics one may associate with the man himself. Using aluminum bottle caps and similar mass consumer materials from his home country of Nigeria, the Ghana-born Anatsui paints […]

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