urban art

Blue II, 12" x 12" , oil on canvas There is no more potent balm for the anomie of modern life than taking the time to learn
"We want people to reflect on the contemporary city and the kind of life we live -- where nature is not present -- through art."
Considering they already have a stamp and cruises are now dropping off visitors to walk through the streets and discover
Street artist RUN covers Essaouira’s main square with a mural of two people communicating across borders.
I'd love to put the Sonic Forest, which is a touring big music festival with a series of sixteen columns and a hundred sensors
Back in the day it was considered a kind of vandalism that made cities dirtier and belittled their prestige, but today graffiti is capturing the global attention of travelers, artists and art critics and fueling a new kind of tourism.
Kosice, the second largest city of Slovakia, has come up with a bright and brilliant solution to spruce up a nondescript residential district.
A Portuguese initiative to help bridge the gap between generations is getting senior citizens involved in the community in
“This really inspires me to for the first time in my life to go to a museum, instead of again going out and smoke water pipe
The iconic John Harvard statue by Daniel Chester French that sits soberly in Harvard Yard has been projected into the 21st century this week.
While there, videographer Michael Inouye and a crew of photographers including street artist Ron English, followed Cooper
Farley's work can currently be seen at the Howland Center in Beacon, New York. The Howland is featuring an exhibit of her work with cowgirls, Cowgirls: Contemporary Portraits of the American West until the end of January.
What began as a small art show in Atlanta has grown into the nation's largest traveling art show. City after city - from Atlanta, to LA, to St. Louis and Miami - AB+L continues to attract the creatively curious, pulling audiences of up to 3,000 people.
h/t Colossal Portuguese street artist Artur Bordalo, aka Bordalo II, finds his inspiration by rifling through Lisbon's refuse
Will Dorner's performers lead the audience through parts of downtown Biel/Bienne, where they quickly set up site-specific
Could he now be considered part of art history? Or would he start to mean less to the general public and the street art community? I hope not.
The youth community's reaction to police suppression resulted in fierce artistic expression: Punk rock in clubs and graffiti