Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening participants at Festival Asalto 2020:
1. SOFLES MIXTAPE Vol 1.
2. SOFLES / FAST FORWARD
3. Reisha Perlmutter / RBG
4. BKFOXX / Don’t Tell Me How To Be A Girl
BSA Special Feature: Sofles Mixtape!
Two in a row from SOFLES! First, the Mixtape – graffiti, canvas, and commissions from ’15 to ’20.
SOFLES MIXTAPE Vol 1.
SOFLES / FAST FORWARD
Reisha Perlmutter / RBG
“It reminds me of so many things I believe in,” says this fine artist who made one the best ones on the streets of Brooklyn in 2020 – a half portrait of Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a recessed doorway.
“The paintings born in studio giving birth to raw paintings on the streets,” she wrote on her Instagram. “Humbled to honor this woman, and the pursuit to speak in all forms, whether through paint, or through words.”
BKFOXX / Don’t Tell Me How To Be A Girl
This mural is from a couple of summers ago, but we still dig it’s message. BKFoxx says, “This is a Public Service Announcement from BKFOXX”
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