This past weekend Greenpoint kicked off the Arts at Calico Gallery in Brooklyn with Dialect, an exhibit focusing on manipulation and creative use of language, alphabet, symbols, and communication.
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Last night we celebrated as the prominent graffiti icon released his one of a kind Vapor Pen in collaboration with Aardvark NYC.
The New Museum exhibit NYC 1993: Experimental Jet Set, Trash And No Star is collection of work that was either made in 1993 or shown in 1993 by 78 New York artists.
McGee's carefully constructed "guidebook" uses tailored everyday objects and, of course, recreated graffiti works from his past to ultimately depict the thrill of the tag.
Kisha Batista is an OG New Yorker. Born in the Bronx, she became a high fashion model after being discovered while delivering a package to a photographer on her route as a street messenger.
Saturday, January 5th, Gallery 69 is proud to present "Nokturnal Nation," a one night event that will feature a wide range of New York street artists the likes of James Top, nov 167, Louie 167, Goober Ked, King Bee, and Fritos.
Boo-Hooray in co-operation with Jonas Mekas and Anthology Film Archives is staging an exhibition of still images and ephemera relating to Barbara Rubin's landmark 1963 underground film Christmas On Earth.
The sad clown faces sometimes seen on the streets of New York belong to a comparatively humorous fellow by the name of Anthony Lister.