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Photo by Ricky Flores, mural by Ananda Nahu (courtesy Ricky Flores) More than an extraordinary display of photos and paintings of the South Bronx in the ‘80s,“Faces From the Block” is a show that tells the story of how iconic images of the birth of New York City’s hip hop and graffiti scenes traveled to […]
In life, we have to pause to ask ourselves the important questions: If a tree falls in the woods, and no one hears it, did it make a sound? Just how many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? And will flier-famous Dan Smith ever teach us guitar? That […]
New York City’s number one street art satirist, Hanksy, is set to take over a former Chase Bank space at 104 on Delancey Street for his show, “Best of the Worst,” entirely created and funded on his own. This weekend, March 28 and 29, Hanksy will present a new series of installations and painted […]
This post was originally written for Bushwickdaily.com Against the cold, gray, bleak background of Brooklyn in January, colorful things, and literally anything with the smallest hint of cheer, are sure to stand out. That’s why you may have taken a step back when confronted with the bright, cartoony, bubblegum-pink gums with pearly white […]
I discovered this guy at the playground on 10th and 22nd the other day. As neat as he is, I can’t help but wonder if he’s an advertisement for the TriBeCa Film Festival’s Lego documentary, or Lego artist Nathan Sawaya‘s show in Times Square. Either way, it’s better than a billboard!
The shadows cast by the elaborate paper foliage and magnificent boats in Swoon’s new exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum are as important as the installation itself. With “Submerged Motherlands,” which extends to 85 feet high in the museum’s rotunda, Swoon (also known as Caledonia Curry) pays tribute to the devastation wrought by natural disasters like […]
Keep your chin down. Consider the lighting. Know your angles. Choose the right filter. The golden rules of taking the perfect selfie are more and more like second nature to us these days. But what if the rules read more like “consider your identity,” “stop sex trafficking,” or “acknowledge the homeless”? A Brooklyn artist called Gilf! is […]
New York City Ballet’s Art Series With French Street Artist JR The New York City Ballet’s collaboration with French artist JR. (Photo by Paul Kolnik ) If you were wondering why ballet audience members were rolling around the floor of the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center last week, they were celebrating the second […]
Colossal posted this great new ROA piece from London yesterday. Walking in one direction, you see ROA’s signature fury critter, each tuft of hair and fur detailed to the fullest extent. But if you turn around….ah! The rabbit’s insides are painted on the opposite side of the fence. The site also points out that this […]
Racked NY put together this awesome GIF, showing three years of street art on the Rag & Bone wall in the Lower East Side, facing Elizabeth Street. We spot RAE, Aakash Nihalani, DAL, Young & Sick, and BAST. Know the others? Comment below!
Aakash Nihalani seems to be getting some attention now that he’s part of NYC’s Arts in Transit program, and gets my vote for most awesome/nauseating website. Lately, we’re loving his newer pieces highlighted by Design Milk‘s Noah Kalina. We’re kind of bummed however, that his latest piece on Elizabeth street got destroyed by mother […]
It looks like our favorite “street fartist” had some fun with Easter Eggs this weekend! Images courtesy of Hanksy’s instagram and tumblr
A mermaid swishes a golden crocheted tail back and forth as she sits on a swing, a pair of strategically placed starfish pasties covering what’s left to the imagination. She playfully invites you into New York-based crochet master Olek’s world at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, wherein the artist’s troubles have been transformed into the pirate ship full of […]
The unknown can be a scary place, especially for those exploring the deepest darkest and furthest corners of the Bushwick art scene. Thank goodness someone created a map! We’re talking about Beat Nite, a recurring event created by Jason Andrew of the gallery and arts non-profit Norte Maar, designed to showcase different and emerging Bushwick […]
While many spend their days trying to remove graffiti from their fences and walls, these couples are keeping it forever in their hearts! With marriage proposals becoming more elaborate than ever, as couples use tactics like movie trailers, flash mobs, and even through a series of memes to pop the question, those looking to get down on one knee […]
This week, I wrote about the New York City Ballet and Brooklyn-based art collective Faile‘s awesome collaboration at Lincoln center for Artinfo.com. Here are some photos I snapped in Faile’s studio in Greenpoint about three weeks before the show. The team inside was super busy but at the same time seemed relaxed, almost like they were […]
NEW YORK — This weekend, the New York City Ballet launched its new Art Series with “Les Ballets de Faile,” a performance and art exhibition in collaboration with the Brooklyn-based street art collective FAILE. The company has a long history of taking risks with more abstract dances and pieces of music, and prides itself on having collaborated with […]
An installation view of “Take Your Mind off the Street” / Courtesy the Artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery All photos Courtesy the Artist and Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York and Hong Kong What would you think if you walked into a gallery and saw children drawing all over the walls with crayons the same size […]
We have come to terms with the fact that the Internet was created as a vehicle to connect people across the world using cat images, cat videos, and cat memes. But this holiday season let’s reflect on a simpler time, a time when people left their computers to immortalize their kitty companions on city […]
No Doubt, the ska and punk band of 1990s fame, released their first new album in 11 years last month, “Push and Shove.” After many musical developments, breakups, side-projects, and lead singer Gwen Stefani going solo, the group has gone back to its California roots, both musically and visually. While the album successfully incorporates the ska […]
Courtesy the Artist From left: “Untitled #2, 2012” and “Untitled, 2012” NEW YORK — If you happened to venture out onto Mulberry and Grand streets the day after Hurricane Sandy, you might have noticed a lone panel with a portrait of president Barack Obama, hoisted up on puppet strings like a marionette on a stage. Right […]
Boris Loder’s photo series “Urban Elements.” The photographer eliminates the backgrounds of the items that make up a city so we can focus on their isolated beauty.
Just enjoying the fact that Space Invader is putting up work both in outer space and under the sea. Who said street art is limited to the street?! http://www.space-invaders.com/cancun2.html
Yarn is all the rage in art apparently! Check out this new piece by Hottea in SOHO, and see more images and a video of him in action on AnimalNY
If you keep your eyes open, you can actually see a pulse of New York City everywhere. And I don’t mean “pulse” the way news anchors refer to it in a teaser that shows a montage of reporters knocking on doors and ‘coming to you live’ from helicopters. I mean a beat, an ever streaming […]
Check out this post and more on my blog on Artinfo.com! With art popping up on the high line faster than dandelions, it was less of a surprise and more of a breath of fresh air to see this cute street art piece on west 20th street between 10th and 11th avenues. Below a […]
In an effort to get the creative juices jumpstarted, I thought I’d ease into it and share some iPhone pictures I’ve been taking of some great stuff I’ve been randomly seeing. I swear there will be actual journalistic posts to come….but until then….here are some pretty pictures! Seung Mo Park at 56 Bogart. It’s […]
Check out the original post for Artinfo HERE! Remember being a kid, that feeling you would get when you wake up to find the once bare ground outside is completely blanketed in pristine white sheet of perfect snow? Or waking up to find a sea of presents left for you and only you by a […]
Before you cringe about thinking about your naked nanna, let’s start off by saying this is not the kind of Gilf you are probably thinking of. “It’s kind of like my secret word for me,” the street artists began to explain as she meticulously cuts and measured a stencil. “I know what it means, but […]
This guy was seen licking the side of this building on 19th and 9th avenue. Have a cool street art photo to share? Send it to Terri@contrappostoart.com!