Dream Until Its Your Reality: Why One NYC Artist Will Keep Writing on Sidewalks Until You Follow Your Dreams
Queens-raised artist Leviyev pens a brighter future with “Dream Until Its Your Reality” tag. Learn the story of this prolific NYC artist.
Women in Street Art: Tape Art and Graffiti Advertising
In collaboration with Basa Studio, four female street artists were tasked with painting an emotion outlined by Maybelline Berlin. Fabifa, Caro Pepe, Anne Bengard, and LaMia Michna challenged themselves to each depict a woman embracing weakness, making sure she was not mistaken to be helpless but regarded with reverence.
Press Release: SYSTEM51 CONSCIOUS ART & DESIGN EXHIBITION
System51: Conscious Art & Design exhibition and workshops is a multidisciplinary approach to fine art, sculpture, video, and fashion design with emphasis on upcycling, recycling, and bio-fabrication with healthier prospects for our societies and environment in mind.
Interview with Zabou: Claiming Identity with Signature Style
Artists are made from a combination of talent and mastering your craft through time. Come join me in exploring the flourishing of Zabou, a French artist, London resident, who has been in the scene of European street art for 12 years now. From stencils to realism, she found her style mixing photography and painting. Enjoy the ride!
Press Release: JORGE TORREALBA – DISCOUNT FOR UGLY PEOPLE
Jorge Torrealba is an accomplished Venezuelan fine artist showing explosive and vibrant cartoon narratives in New York for the first time. This is one show you won’t want to miss.
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.
Photo Recap: Dead City Punx at East River Amphitheatre
On Saturday, July 24th, Los Angeles band Dead City Punx performed for their first time in NYC at a DIY show at the East River Amphitheatre on the Lower East Side. Back in May 8, 2021, DCP was part of a record breaking hardcore punk show that occurred under the 110 freeway in Los Angeles that attracted over 1,500 people. Making it the largest turnout for an unauthorized show up to date in LA.
Listen: The Voice of Los Angeles
Listen is a Los Angeles-based street artist taking the minimalistic stencil designs that Banksy popularized in the United Kingdom and updating them for the street and surf culture of Los Angeles.
Press Release: FRAGMENTS AT ONE ART SPACE
This two-person show at One Art Space opening this week represents how each of these artists Bianca Romero and Marly McFly explore fragmented elements of today’s culture, society, and identity through their diverse lens.