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A Few More From “Beyond The Streets” – London Dispatch

A Few More From “Beyond The Streets” – London Dispatch

Photos from the Beyond the Streets exhibition in London are slowly trickling in – today we bring you just a few more from the team at Beyond The Streets. More from the opening will be coming soon. See our previous coverage at : Niels “Shoe” Meulman Reminisces, Shows New Work at Beyond The Streets in London, and “Pushing the Global Narrative”: Beyond The Streets Opens in London.

Wanna go buy some records? Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Mister Cartoon. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Daze. Crash. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Henry Chalfant. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Andre. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Dr. Revolt. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Ian Reid)
Shepard Fairey, Fab Five Freddy, Charlie Ahearn, Roger Gastman, and Janette Beckman. Beyond The Streets – London. Saatchi Gallery. (photo © Martha Cooper)

Beyond The Streets – London. Click HERE for more details, the schedule of events, tickets, and exhibition times.

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Magda Danysz Brings “Art From The Streets” to Singapore Art Science Museum

Magda Danysz Brings “Art From The Streets” to Singapore Art Science Museum

“Art From the Streets”, an exhibition at the Art Science Museum in Singapore opened this weekend to coordinate with Singapore Art Week that runs from tomorrow until the end of the month with fairs, festivals and art exhibitions. Commercial art dealer and writer Magda Danysz curated the show with names she represents and whom you will be familiar with – Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Faile, and Futura, for example.

Two versions of the catalogue, one by Felipe Pantone, the other by Futura, are available on the Magda Danysz website .

But she also brings an eclectic mix of others on her roster and possibly lent from some private collections. Collectively they span many of the high profile, the saleable and known over the past 5 decades from various disciplines and philosophical practices; In the case of Jacques Villeglé, whose practice of lacerating posters in the 1960s predates Failes’ by 4 decades, a lineage can be drawn. Other connections are not as easy.

Ultimately the collection gives a sense of the vast number of personalities and techniques that have characterized the street practice in Europe and North America primarily without focusing on any one specialty too greatly. Here are the revered names along with mid-career folks and current darlings who are sure to leave a mark. There is also a small inclusion of more regional favorites like Eko Nugroho from Indonesia, and Singapore’s Speak Cryptic, who each were on hand this weekend with many of the artists for the opening.

Giving tours with microphone in hand during the opening days, the energetic Ms. Danysz educates new fans and potential buyers about an organic artists scene that grew from the streets and is now more frequently being offered for sale in places such as her three gallery locations in London, Paris, and Shanghai. Today it is slowly appearing more often in museums as well.

“Conscious that promotion of the emerging scene is necessary, Magda Danysz took part in many fairs,” says a press release, “such as for example Art Brussels, Arte Fiera in Bologna, Artissima in Torino, Fiac in Paris or Pulse in New York, and is one of the four galleries at the origin of the Show Off Paris art fair.”

This weekend’s activities included short presentations panel discussions and a screen of Wild Style.

Art from the Streets tickets are $17.00 on the Marina Bay Sands website.

A complete list of artists varies online with artists listed on the museum website including:

Banksy, Tarek Benaoum, Stéphane Bisseuil, Blade, Crash, Speak Cryptic, D*face, Fab 5 Freddy, FAILE, Shepard Fairey (aka Obey), Futura, Invader, JR, L’Atlas, Ludo, M-City, Nasty, Eko Nugroho, Nunca, Felipe Pantone, Quik, Lee Quinones, Blek le Rat, Rero, Remi Rough, André Saraiva, Seen, Seth, Sten Lex, Tanc, Hua Tunan, Yok & Sheryo, YZ, Zevs “and many more“.

Elsewhere online the roster is said to include 2Koa, Jef Aérosol, Ash, André, A-One, Aplickone, Banksy, Benjamin Duquenne, Tarek Benaoum, Stephane Bisseuil, Blek Le Rat, Boulaone, C215, Crash, Dface, Dondi, Dran, Eror729, Shepard Fairey, Faile, Futura, Keith Haring, Isham, Jayone, Jonone, Jr, Katre, Kaws, L’atlas, Lem, Ludo, Barry Mc Gee, Mikostic, Miss.Tic, Mode 2, Steve More, Nasty, Nord, Yoshi Omori, Os Gemeos, Psyckoze, Quik, Rammellzee, Recidivism, Rero, Remi Rough, Seen, Seth, Skki, Sore, Space Invader, Spazm, Spécio, Swoon, Tanc, Toxick, Vhils, Jacques Villeglé, Nick Walker, West, Yz, Zevs, Zhang Dali, Zlotykamien and Zuba.


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BSA Images Of The Week: 08.16.15

BSA Images Of The Week: 08.16.15


BSA-Images-Week-Jan2015Thanks to LoMan, the island of perdition is popping with new stuff almost daily. Could be coincidence or serendipity but this week NYC has new stuff from heavy hitters mixed happily with lots of newer talents. Summer ’15  is stupendous – mostly because you are here in your flip-flops and shorts and pretty smile, you flirt.

Here’s our weekly interview with the street, this week featuring Aiko, Andre, Ayakamay, BD White, Buttless, Clint Mario, Gold Loxe, Hot Tea, Ivanorama, JP Art, JR, Magda Love, Mint & Serf, Mr. Toll, and Os Gemeos.

Top image above >>> JR . Andre . Os Gemeos (photo © Jaime Rojo)


JR . Andre . Os Gemeos (photo © Jaime Rojo)


JR . Andre  (photo © Jaime Rojo)


JR . Os Gemeos (photo © Jaime Rojo)


JR . Os Gemeos (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Hot Tea (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Excuse Me, Your Privilege Is Showing.  Artist Unknown (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Mr. Toll is being coy. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Ayakamay (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Aiko knocking out a big stencilled wall for The Bushwick Collective. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Clint Mario (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Buttless has fallen on the sidewalk. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


What? (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Mint & Serf added a cool fascinator to this long running drawing while Magda Love plays her very best hits…from a tape no less. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


…meanwhile the sis from hell shows up with a bad attitude… Ivanorama. Young lady needs a Time Out. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Hot ankle boots for fall. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Gold Loxe (photo © Jaime Rojo)


BD White and JP for LoManArt Fest 2015. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


Untitled. The lazy dogs days of summer. NYC. July 2015. (photo © Jaime Rojo)


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Red Hot and Street: “Art in the Streets” Brings Fire to MOCA

brooklyn-street-art-banksy-jaime-rojo-moca-art-in-the-streets-huffpost-04-11-web-15Banksy’s Reliquary (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Yes, Banksy is here. The giant “Art in the Streets” show opening this weekend at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles gives a patch of real estate to the international man of mystery who has contributed greatly to the worldwide profile of this soon to be, maybe already, mainstream phenomenon known as street art. A smattering of his pranksterism is an absolute must for any show staking claim to the mantle of comprehensive survey and an excellent way to garner attention. But “Streets” gets it’s momentum by presenting a multi-torch colorful and explosive people’s history that began way before Banksy was born and likely will continue for a while after.


Os Gemeos Untitled. Detail  (photo © Jaime Rojo)

To continue reading about this exhibition go to The Huffington Post ARTS by clicking on the link after the image below.


Direct link to article on HuffPost Arts

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