At the Vanguard: Bristol Opens Exhibition On Evolution of Global Movement of Street Art
INO: Breaking Barriers in Greece.
Winston Tseng: Money Fixes Everything
BSA Interviewed in Graffiti Art Magazine Issue #56 About Exhibition “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures”
BSA Images of The Week: 06.20.21
previous arrow
next arrow
Slider

At the Vanguard: Bristol Opens Exhibition On Evolution of Global Movement of Street Art

INO: Breaking Barriers in Greece.

Winston Tseng: Money Fixes Everything

BSA Interviewed in Graffiti Art Magazine Issue #56 About Exhibition “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures”

BSA Images of The Week: 06.20.21

Lil Hill in Brooklyn, a New Mural for “World Environment Day”

BSA Film Friday: 06.18.21

A Land of Mirrors for Pener: Bartek Świątecki Paints Hometown in Poland

Dragon 76 “Coexist” Theme for Jersey City Mural Festival 2021

via Urban Nation Museum
The most extensive career survey ever exhibited, “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” is curated by Steven P. Harrington & Jaime Rojo
Q:You were already working as curators for URBAN NATION before this exhibition. How does the curation of the projects at that time differ from the new exhibition?
A: We were on the curatorial board of the museum since 2015 when we brought 12 artists from Brooklyn to Berlin for our cultural exchange exhibition …
via Justin Kamp @Artsy
“Scholars of the category expressed similar views. Jaime Rojo and Steven P. Harrington, co-founders of the online street art community Brooklyn Street Art, stated that while graffiti art should be generally viewed as a distinct category due to its focus on lettering and authorial expression, the bounds of street art are more aesthetically slippery. “It may borrow heavily from advertising, branding, traditional mural making, and pop culture aesthetics or methods of creation and dissemination,”…

SEE the Live Opening of “Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures” running until 2022 in Berlin

previous arrow
next arrow
Slider


Artist Spotlight

Icy & Sot

All photos © Jaime Rojo