Brooklyn Street Art

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BSA Film Friday: 02.06.15

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. Tilt at Nuart and his Schizophrenic Bathroom 2. SURFACE by Søren Solkær 2. Tristan Eaton in DTLA 3. Graffiti Session: USE THEM (W)ALL BSA Special Feature: Tilt at Nuart French graffiti artist Tilt walked the sidewalks […]

A Miami Waterfront Stadium Slaughtered by Street Artists to Save It

Just over 50 years ago Cuban architect Hilario Candela designed the Miami Marine Stadium using modernist design to create a great open air theater along the water to watch powerboat racing. In the thirty or so years between its construction and Hurricane Andrew, the 6,566 seat stadium on Miami’s Virginia Key provided natural shade and […]

Lady Liberty and New Immigrants on the Street

Statue of Liberty Inspires Street Artists in New York The colossal creamy green neoclassical sculpture named Lady Liberty (Frédéric Auguste Bartholdi) has been greeting visitors and welcoming immigrants since it was erected in the middle of New York Harbor in the late 1800s and when Brooklyn was still a separate city from Manhattan. As we […]

More Pow! Wow! Hits as Picked by Martha in Hawaii (Part II)

Today we jump right in to the warm Honolulu waters for a swim before padding barefoot up to the painted walls of Pow! Wow! where photographer Martha Cooper is waiting camera in hand and looking for a fly swatter to smack down a camera drone that is buzzing around her head and getting in the […]

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