Tonight in Brooklyn: “Wholetrain” Screening at Closing Party for H. Veng Smith
Tonight at Pandemic they’ll be screening the film “Wholetrain” to close the “Identifiable Reality” show by H. Veng Smith.
“Florian Gaag manages to recount a tale colored by tension and aggression. The result is a many-sided portrait of characters whose world has never been documented in this way before. Their subculture remains authentic and realistic. Edgy editing and grandiloquent camerawork, a pulsating soundtrack and an excellent ensemble of actors, make WHOLETRAIN a film experience not to be missed.” – Wholetrain Website
37 Broadway btwn Kent and Wythe
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Walk All Over Shepard Fairey If You Like
On the streets of Milan, Italy five artists (Shepard Fairey, Invader, The London Police, Flying Fortress and Rendo) has been invited to create about 20 manhole covers.
West Coast Holla! – Here’s Three;
Carmichael Gallery “After the Rain”
5795 Washington Blvd Culver City, CA 90232
January 8 – February 5, 2011
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 8, 2011, 6-8pm
Whoops, “There It Is” at ThinkSpace
“There it Is” at ThinkSpace
‘There It Is’
Featuring new works from three Oakland CA artists:
Brett Amory / Adam Caldwell / Seth Armstrong
Both exhibits on view: January 8th – January 29th
Opening Reception: Sat, January 8th 7-10PM
Thinkspace Art Gallery
6009 Washington Blvd.
Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 558-3375 | Open Wed. – Sat.
or by appointment
“Street Degrees of Street” – Abztract Collective
Abztract Collective and Crewest Gallery group show “Street Degrees of Separation”
Opening Reception Jan 2008
110 Winston Street
Los Angeles, CA
213 627 8272
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Here are the Final Results of the Year End 2010 BSA Polls
It was a blast to watch the images jumping positions like a horse race for the last weeks of the year as two BSA Polls were up on the Huffington Post. Thousands of people participated in the voting and we got lots of funny emails, and some varying opinions – and here are the results;
As voted by readers on Huffing Post Arts page , here are the top 10 Brooklyn Street Art images from 2010.
2. ROA, “Ibis”
7. Jef Soto
8. El Mac
And in our highly subjective and fun compilation of 10 Best Street Art Moments of the Decade, here are the results of the votes – The Top Five
Image promotional still from movie.
© Tate Photography
© CF Salicath
© Jaime Rojo
© Tod Seelie
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