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Mishka Presents: Ricky Powell “Back in BK” (Brooklyn, NYC)

Ricky Powell

Get Back In BK With Ricky Powell This Friday

Hope you got a taste for a nice icy Frozade, because we’ve got a hell of a photo show coming to 350 Broadway this Friday: the one and only Ricky Powell, designated visual cataloguer of New York City’s hip-hop history, will be bringing a selection of his work to the store in a collection entitled Back In BK. Never more than a lens away from the heart of NYC’s street scene since the 1980s, Powell captures the vibrancy of this city and its music, whether its through pictures of stars like The Beastie Boys and Run DMC or citizens rambling through the village.

Back in BK will show off work from his entire career, a portal into a New York long past and a window the one that still thrives just outside your door. As usual, we’re throwing a party to celebrate the opening night, and I have to imagine that Mr. Powell will be bringing out quite the crew. So be sure to come by 350 Broadway this Friday night. Come back to BK. You know you want to.

Friday September 21st, 2012, 7-10PM
Мишка NYC
350 Broadway
Brooklyn, NY

J/M/Z to Marcy
L to Lorimer
G to Broadway

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Mishka Presents: Numskull “Dance Like a Video, Sting Like a Gif” (Brooklyn, NYC)


Numskull has a very distinct aesthetic, full of strong line work, collage elements, and a flurry of pop culture influences that he magically melds together into a cohesive style. His show, Dance Like A Video, Sting Like A GIF, will be opening with a bang next Friday, August 10th, at 350 Broadway in Brooklyn. We can’t wait for you to feast your eyes on more of this elusive artist’s striking pieces. For the truly charmed, we’ll also be selling a t-shirt at the even that you can see above.

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Mishka Presents: “Stolen Souls” A Photo Exhibition Curated By Royce Bannon (Brooklyn, NY)

Stolen Souls
Royce Bannon curates and Mishka presents Stolen Souls a Photo exhibition.
The show will feature up and coming and established photographers mostly from the NYC area.
May 18th 7-10
featuring photography from:
Don Morris
Destiny Mata
Roxana Hurtado
Curt Hoppe
Last  Witness
Julie Miller
Jazzmine Beaulieu
Bruce Labounty
Russell King
Carly Rablais
Rebecca Fuller
Erika Sequeira
Dylan Evans

Arturo Vega by Curt Hoppe (photo © courtesy of the curator)

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