Brooklyn Street Art

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Nespoon Casts a Lace Net Across a Sicilian Wall

Certainly Nespoon has taken inspiration from the handmade lace in her native Poland in her generous stencil patterns on the sides of buildings that borrow as much from nature and history as they do geometric groupings. She also has been coupling these large works with smaller porcelain pieces that emulate the weathering of the city […]

Vlady Art: Gossiping Sicilians and “Old School CCTV”

Vlady Art. Agata. Old School CCTV. Sicily, Italy. October 2016. (photo © Vlady Art) A prankster and social critic in his public manifestations of art and installation, Vlady Art is one of a few artists whom we can think of in Europe today who consider their efforts an important catalyst for public dialogue. At times […]

Windows of Her Soul: Saint Bernadette Appears at Sicilian Church

Collettivo FX and Saturday Prayer Services in Sicily She’s a saint! A patron saint for Catholic believers who looks out for the poor, the ill, and shepherds and shepherdesses, who lived in France in the 1800s and is buried there at a convent.  Collettivo FX gave her windows for eyes at this abandoned church in […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 11.23.14

Starting to think about what we are thankful for this week as we approach Thanksgiving. So many of our neighbors here in New York are going to be truly thankful that immigration reform, the first in about 28 years, will begin to protect many families and workers from the threat of arrest and being torn […]

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