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Marko at work on his mural. ONO'U Festival 2016. Raiatea, Tahiti. (photo © Martha Cooper) We start of with Martha's favorite
This article is also posted on Brooklyn Street Art. Lauren YS and Ouizi for Murals In The Market 2016. Detroit, Michigan
Os Gemeos. Silence of the Music. Lehmann Maupin Gallery. New York City. (photo © Jaime Rojo) Os Gemeos. Silence of the Music
_____________________ Now in their 13th year, at this point 1UP is a brand (sort of like its older cousin 7UP) - and it probably
This is a modern version of the multi-mirror funhouse in mural form, and Coney Art Walls is bringing it again.
This article is also posted on Brooklyn Street Art. Of the 10,000 or so images photographer Jaime Rojo took in 2015, here
Imagine dining and sleeping your way down the length of Manhattan for a month on furniture you built yourself. On Broadway. Every day and night.
In the middle of an amusement park, these are commissioned works that respond in some way to their environment by 30 or so local and international heavy hitters, and a few new kids on the block, comprising a 40+ year span of expertise.
Instead of being hunted down for catching a tag or bubble-lettered throw-up, a couple dozen graffiti/street art painters are invited to hit up Coney Island this summer -- and since we've just marked the unofficial first weekend of summer in New York -- we're bringing you the first three freshly completed pieces.
When photographer Joe Conzo reflects on hip-hop's early days one word comes to mind: innocence. During the late 1970s, he began to document the birth of hip-hop in New York City, prior to the culture becoming a global commercial force.
Janette Beckman Salt N Pepa 1987 Courtesy of the Photographer The prolific phase produced some of the most legendary artists
Photo © Jaime Rojo Photo © Jaime Rojo Photo © Jaime Rojo Twenty-five years later, whole-car graffiti trains are back in New
While there, videographer Michael Inouye and a crew of photographers including street artist Ron English, followed Cooper
Brooklyn Street Art 2014 Images of the Year by Jaime Rojo includes the following artists; And our holiday gift to you for
A highlight of the events was the opportunity for many of the artists to legally hit a number of train cars in the yards
This week marks the third year of Frieze New York, the London fair that went head-to-head with the tradition of the Armory Show and took NADA and Pulse with it, subsequently asserting itself as a "fair" contender.
A little more than 40 (mostly) street artists brought the four-floor former tenement building to life one last time before it will be destroyed -- and they did it almost entirely in secret over the course of a week.
Fafi at work on her installation. (photo © Martha Cooper for Wynwood Walls) See new photos and read scintillating interviews
Martin Whatson (photo © Martha Cooper) Even the minister of culture stopped by for a tour on Thursday, which shows how far