RedLine and The Temple: Making Art in Denver’s Five Points
Emma kicks off her series of articles on Denver, Colorado’s art scene with an exploration into two art spaces on Arapahoe Street in Five Points: RedLine Contemporary Art, a bastion of activism and neighborhood pride, and The Temple, an experimental art collective housed in a former synagogue.
The Boys from the Heights at Graffiti HeArt
Graffiti legends Mike 171, SJK 171, Taki 183, JEC *, and Henry 161 headlined a three-day event at Cleveland’s Graffiti HeArt. Read what happens when Cleveland gets some of the classic Washington Heights grit and hospitality.
Show Review: Jorge Torrealba – Discount for Ugly People
Emma review’s Jorge Torrealba – Discount for Ugly People on view at One Art Space.
Shtetl Art Gallery: Brooklyn’s First Hasidic Art Space
Shtetl Art Gallery is a landmark event in the art scene – the first Hasidic-owned gallery of Williamsburg. It’s a celebration of Jewish identity that hosts a wide range of artists and pieces. Though all the artists featured are different, their work all speaks to a respect for spirituality and religious ritual and a desire for community dialogue.
Meccas of Muralism: The Top 10 Street Art Cities
Tyler outlines the top 10 street art cities worldwide, humbly dubbing his list the “meccas of muralism.”
Soul Searching To Success: Shane Townley’s Vision
Alexa interviews Shane Townley, to discus his various projects and accomplishments, as well as his flourishing TriBeCa galleries.
It’s Great To Create: Jon Burgerman’s Doodle Dynasty
Christina fangirls over Jon Burgerman, purveyor of doodles and other mixed-media work.
Vantage Point Radio: Bridging the Gap Between the Gallery and the Streets
An interview with the interviewers – Zane talks with TomAuto64 and James Bullough about their podcast Vantage Point Radio to discuss how they’ve keep it going strong after 6 years and over 100 sessions.
I’m Sweaty, Come Thru: Virginia Zamora’s Saturated Microverse
Christina interviews Virginia Zamora to discuss the success of her first New York solo show, “I’m Sweaty, Come Thru.”
Life in 3-D: Savior ElMundo
Vittoria interviews New York artist Savior El Mundo in anticipation of his 3-D Letter Show at Salomon Arts Gallery.