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La Catedral: Part II. Barcelona Hand Style in a Factory

We’re back with more from La Cathedral, an abandoned factory in Barcelona that manufactures some mighty fine pieces woven by local aerosol hands, ready here for  foreign import. Photographer and BSA contributor Lluis Olive Bulbena has taken us there before but this time you can really see some examples of what might be called the […]

Bifido, Don Quixote and Sheep on Cell Phones at GarGar Festival

The Ingenious Gentleman Don Quixote of La Mancha by Cervantes inspired this new wheat-pasted scene by Italy’s Bifido at the Gar Gar Festival in Panelles, Spain. His new interpretation of a metaphor is drawn from the scene in chapter 8 where Don Quixote and his sidekick servant Sancho are riding their horses up the road and […]

BSA Images Of The Week: 05.22.16

No time to talk, you’ve been running to the streets to see new pieces and peaches like a new D*Face in Soho, Rubin’s solo show in the Bronx, the Brooklyn-themed pop up at Doyle’s Auction house in Manhattan, Swoon and Shep and Swizz at Pearly’s in LA, the Social Sticker club collabo melee with Roycer […]

Madrid Diary and the Street : Velasquez, Goya, Borondo, Spy!

Velasquez, the painter of the Spanish Golden Age died here. Along with the mannerist paintings of El Greco, the extravagant baroque of the Flemish Rubens, and the romantic Goya, one can see Velasquez’ works here at the wealthy and famous El Museo Del Prado of Madrid. Also, we cannot forget the Bosch exhibit opening here […]

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