2. Nomade on LA Freewalls
3. 10th Anniversary of Robots Will Kill in Philadelphia Tonight
4. PANTHEON Opens in Manhattan on the Street Tomorrow
5. EL Celso Closing Party Saturday at Pandemic
6. Spring is Just Around the Corner! Time For Wedding Planning!
7. GAIA Does Giant Martha Cooper Tribute in Chicago
8. BSA Was in the Newspaper Yesterday
9. Happy April Fools! Insane German Synth Pop “Razor Scooter” Video 10. Banksy Revealed as Nude USC guy having sex on the roof
Birdsong ZINE Benefit – Support Your Local ZINE – Tonight at Brooklyn Fireproof
The Birdsong Zine birthday party and benefit — celebrating 3 years of the Brooklyn artist small collective that produces birdsong among other zines, celebrate with a print show and sweet live music.
Nomade on LA Freewalls
Haven’t seen these fellers in action before, now, have ye? Bunch of black blobs on their faces though. Did you see the pictures of the final installation here a couple of days ago?
10th Anniversary of Robots Will Kill in Philadelphia Tonight
And if you find yourself in Philly today and want to have a good time and experience great art and excellent company head over to the Vicent Michael Gallery where RWK Art Collective is celebrating their 10th Anniversary of art making
At the Robots Will Kill show will be this piece “Winter Flower” by Veng RWK
PANTHEON Opens in Manhattan on the Street Tomorrow
Curators Daniel Feral and Joyce Manalo invite you to go window shopping this Saturday April 2 to view and buy the art on display on the windows of the old Donnell Library across from MOMA for their exhibition PANTHEON: A History of art from the streets of New York City. See some detail pics from the show here:
907 Crew. Detail. “907 Was an Inside Joke” (Photo © Jaime Rojo)
A history of art from the streets of New York City
Windows exhibition runs April 2-17, 2011
On view 24 hours a day
chashama at the Donnell
20 West 53rd Street, b/w 5th & 6th Avenue
New York, NY 10019 (across from MoMA)
Image Credit: GRAFFITI & STREET ART diagram by Daniel Feral is a 75th Anniversary celebration of Alfred H. Barr’s CUBISM & ABSTRACT ART diagram.
EL Celso Closing Party Saturday at Pandemic
Pandemic will be hosting a closing party for their El Celso show tomorrow night (1/2) from 7-11pm
It’s your last chance to dance like a maniac in their exclusive…El Celso Mini Discoteca.
37 Broadway (between Wythe and Kent)
Brooklyn, NY 11211
Spring is Just Around the Corner! Time For Wedding Planning!
Fools rush in …. where angels fear to tread. Enjoy some of these inspiring Photoshopped delights from romantic Russia and your friends at Sad And Useless
GAIA Does Giant Martha Cooper Tribute in Chicago
Pawn Works and Maxwell Colette Gallery recently hosted New York Street Artist GAIA in Chicago for his “Resplendent Semblance” show and helped him find some walls, like this one in an image from the Pawn Works site, which doesn’t mention that the original image is a photograph from Martha Cooper. Ms. Cooper’s Remix show prep begins in earnest today as she touches down in LA to start installing the her photos and the 50+ original works by graffiti and street artists who have reinterpreted them.
Image of GAIA piece courtesy and copyright of Pawn Works
From our piece with Chris Stain, Billy Mode, and Ms. Cooper a couple of weeks ago:
Brooklyn Street Art: Oh yeah! Gaia is doing that one for this show!
Chris Stain: He is? Cool, that’s cool.
Brooklyn Street Art: Well he loves doing birds, and feathers, and animals.
Chris Stain: Well Gaia’s a bird brain, that kid, so it makes sense.
BSA Was in the Newspaper Yesterday
Yes we geeked out to see Brooklyn Street Art in the AM New York newspaper yesterday morning! Plus we were all over the fact that NohJColey and El Sol 25, two of the newest talents on the street got some props. Oh yeah, and that guy Shepard.
See it in the online version here.
Happy April Fools! Here’s An Insane German Synth Pop “Razor Scooter” Video
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