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Entries in Bushwick (7)
This past week marked the opening of the R.E.M exhibit at the Living Gallery in Bushwick, Brooklyn, featuring the works of Julie Schabel and myself.
The gallery will encompass what it feels like to attend a live performance in NYC, where you’ll be able to graff on the walls of the “venue”—1094 Broadway, Bushwick, Brooklyn at The Living Gallery.
The three-minute clip features Cunt Mafia and her extravagant entourage engaging in their usual shenanigans, mini-moshing at Brooklyn block parties and having big-girl slumber parties.
They're a punk band, they're a nu-metal band, they're a noise band, they're two faux-sisters with synched menstrual cycles who are ready to make you feel weird. Dark Sister moved from Memphis to Bushwick recently, and is busy adjusting to the hectic pace of New York.
In 2001, Staten Island friends Chris and Kevin launched a website called Robots Will Kill, which was essentially a portfolio of graffiti writers and street artists whose photos had been collected and categorized over the years.
Graffiti collective A Dying Breed, helmed by writers Sen2 and Zimer, launched their first NYC scavenger hunt yesterday.