Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. Pejac: Heavy Sea
2. Giulio Vesprini: Promise
3. Rime at the Coliseum
BSA Special Feature: Pejac: Heavy Sea
Heavy indeed. Street Artist Pejac does the simplest of installations to highlight the sea of refuse we are creating. There isn’t much to say except this tired scene is repeated throughout the “developed” world, including floating in our actual seas.
Giulio Vesprini: Promise
PROMISE, a street art intervention by artist Giulio Vesprini. The work has been created between the 5th and the 7th of February in “Piazza della Pace”, a multicultural working-class neighborhood in Terni, Umbria.
Rime at the Coliseum
Currently having a show at Jonathan Levine in Manhattan, this is RIME aka Jersey Joe paying tribute to his friend NACE (NACEO) as a memorial to a graffiti innovator of the 1990s. “I felt like this would be a fitting tribute, many years after his passing,” RIME says.
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