Category: Graffiti art

“Public Art Commissions Selected for 11th Street Bridge Park – Four teams of local DC-area female artists to create artwork related to the design principles and values ​​of the park”

Courtesy of Jackson Jarvis Studio_OLIN + OMA Excerpt from a press release: “Four Commissioned public works of art were announced today by 11th street bridge park​ – a partnership between local non-profit organization Building Bridges Across the River and the district government – ​​reflecting the park design principles and values. In response to over 200 […]

Brafa Art Fair 2022 – TLmagazine

The Brafa Art Fair, created in 1956 and specializing in fine arts, antiques, as well as modern and contemporary art, returns this week to its face-to-face format at Brussels Expo, an important place on the Heysel plateau which is part of the history of the Brussels Universal Exhibitions of 1935 and 1958. Brafa has always […]

The art of Monica Jimeno, Mona Ballesteros, Mehmet Güldiz exhibited at the Basel Art Biennale

Artwork “Piet Mondrian” by Monica Jimeno Artwork “En Camino” by MONA Ballesteros Artwork “Homo Corona” by Mehmet Güldiz BASEL, SWITZERLAND, June 17, 2022 / — A lot of artistic things happen in Basel during the Art Basel week. The Fondation Beyeler presents the exhibition “Mondrian Evolution”. The Kunstmuseum Basel presents the special exhibition “Picasso – […]

Ride on SF Muni becomes an artistic experience with a new installation on Van Ness

Jorge Pardo’s installation on Van Ness Avenue and Geary Street consists of two sets of sculptures with 13 steel figures that soar 21 feet at their tallest, topped with acrylic and fiberglass spheres. Photo: Ethan Kaplan/San Francisco Arts Commission Jorge Pardo’s new sculpture installation on Van Ness Avenue looks great from the sidewalk, from the […]

Your guide to the June Art Walk

It’s the first Friday again in downtown Phoenix and several galleries are open with new exhibits beginning June 3. Roosevelt Row will feature its usual First Friday party with more than 70 art vendors, live music and food carts from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. along Second, Fourth and Fifth Streets, which will be closed […]

‘Art for the Future’ measures the potential of artist-led political efforts –

by Greg Sholette Insurrection (1984/2021) consists of a short text screen-printed repeatedly on four adjoining panels that remain half-hidden under a lush thicket of synthetic flora native to Latin America. The phrase is taken from an 1858 treatise by archaeologist and former United States Charge d’Affaires in Central America, EG Squier, who promoted the white […]

The honeycomb art project reflects Plymouth’s struggles with the pandemic

PLYMOUTH — With a shout out to “In This Together,” student artists unveiled the city’s year-long tribute to the global pandemic last Thursday. The healing art project, displayed outside the school’s headquarters on Lincoln Street, featured more than 1,200 individual artistic expressions of what the health crisis has brought to the city. The artists, mostly […]

Art Deco: how discovery, invention and fashion created a movement

Art Deco: how discovery, invention and fashion created a movement The interior of the Chrysler Building, Manhattan, New York. Image courtesy of Dorff/Wikicommons CC BY-SA 3.0 Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or Art Deco or Decorative Arts was born in the 1920s, following the International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial […]

Twilight Spaces: Free Family Event with Street Art, Food Stalls and Live Music | Blue Mountains Gazette

Twilight Spaces invites the local community and beyond to explore, engage and experience the magic of Katoomba with street art tours, performing arts, live music, creative workshops and pop-up kitchens. Tahmour Bloomfield’s Hula Illuminations will be featured at the Twilight Spaces event. The exciting Sunday afternoon event on April 10 will last until the evening […]

Anna Sorokin hired an art forger for the gallery exhibition “Free Anna Delvey”

A new art gallery, “Free Anna Delvey”, features five prison drawings by Anna Sorokin. She’s still in prison, so she hired an art forger to recreate them in large format. The gallery’s exhibition garnered popular support to bring her onto the New York art scene. Loading Something is loading. “I am a notorious art forger”, […]

CAP Hosts Spring Fundraiser for the Art People Party

ART PEOPLE PARTY: The Arts Council of Princeton Spring Fundraiser, formerly Pinot to Picasso, will be held on Saturday, March 26 from 7-10 p.m. Tickets are available now at Tickets are now available for the Arts Council of Princeton (ACP) Spring Art and Wine Fundraiser, Art People Party (formerly Pinot to Picasso), to be […]

Carson City Jazz & Beyond Committee Announces 2022 Art Competition | Carson City Nevada News

See full picture Artist Katelyn Lehmann presents her winning artwork, “Listen to the Music,” used for the cover of the Jazz & Beyond 2021 program. The Mile High Band Association’s 2022 Jazz & Beyond Festival Committee is sponsoring an art competition for northern Nevada performers, including teachers and students. Selected contest entries may be used […]

Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s New Exhibit Shows Van Gogh ‘Through Vincent’s Eyes’ | Local News

From Sunday, part of the work of Vincent Van Gogh and his inspirations will be visible at Santa Barbara Museum of Art new exhibition, “Through Vincent’s Eyes: Van Gogh and His Sources.” Featuring 20 works of art by van Gogh and many other works by more than 60 artists he studied throughout his career, the […]

Charlotte’s teacher emphasizes socially responsible art to students as he follows the example of a legend

CHARLOTTE, NC (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Young minds are like sponges or a blank canvas. That’s why, in this Black History Month, teacher Jamil Steele of Shamrock Gardens Elementary challenges her art students to make a statement by creating something beautiful. “I get a lot of comments about socially responsible art and, ‘How does it […]

Street Fighter 6 officially announced via teaser with new art style; Possibly a PlayStation/PC exclusive again

After much rumour, Capcom has officially announced Street Fighter 6, with more news on the title to come this summer. The next installment of the popular Street Fighter franchise has been announced via a short trailer featuring Ryu and Luke. Although the teaser doesn’t reveal much, we can clearly see a whole new art style […]

Clean California to Fund OC Freeway Art and Landscape Projects – Orange County Register

Construction on a dozen projects throughout Orange County, funded with help from the state’s Clean California initiative, is set to begin this spring. A mini-park along the Santiago Creek bike path in Orange, improvements to the First Street Caltrans work program parking lot in Santa Ana, and landscaping beautification at sites along several highways stretching […]

2022 Australian Street Art Awards: Public Art Celebrates Communities | County Leader of St George and Sutherland

Birds and dinosaurs are common themes among the finalists for this year’s Australian Street Art Awards. Finalists are the best street art experiences across the country, with judges selecting art that draws visitors in and brings communities together. Pelicans on Patrol by Simon Mclean of Queensland, the emu theme 2 schools 4 schools by New […]

How Immortalizing Street Art Through NFTs and “Art as Activism” Can Save Underfunded Communities

Today’s biggest issues around women’s empowerment, environmental sustainability, climate change and conservation have captured the attention of the world’s brightest minds – giving up the commitment and hype of the celebrity community. Instead, you have project-based social initiatives, where independent artists are stepping up and embracing this new NFT-blockchain technology to not only increase awareness […]

Gunnedah’s Dorothea Mackellar silo art is a finalist for the Australian Street Art Awards | Namoi Valley Independent

news, local-news, Gunnedah, art, silo art, Dorothea Mackellar, poetry, Heesco, Australian Street Art Awards, street art Gunnedah’s silo mural dedicated to the memory of iconic poet Dorothea Mackellar is the only artwork from NSW to be shortlisted in two categories of the Australian Street Art Awards. Mackellar’s depiction alongside the famous second verse of his […]

New Faces on the Fifth Avenue South Art Scene

Art on fifth Fifth Avenue South’s vibrant art scene has grown in 2021 with the relocation of two revered galleries and the arrival of three new ones. What’s up? The stadium gallery, offering licensed panoramic prints depicting historic events in baseball, basketball, football, hockey and college sports, opened at 612 Fifth Avenue South. Photo artist […]

The region’s artistic journey explodes with life after the completion of the third public work of art in the heart of Barraba | The daily leader of the North

news, latest news, The finishing touches were put on Barraba’s brand new public artwork, located in the heart of the city on Queen Street, on the side of the library. The striking mural is Barraba’s third public artwork, following the completion of Jenny McCracken’s ‘Beyond the Walls’ in Alice Street last year, and the iconic […]

‘Ever-evolving’ Techno Speakeasy promotes community, art and activism | Arts & Culture

A colorful palette of identities surrounds each vendor stationed at Our Hope Metropolitan Community Church on Tracy Street on Saturday, January 29. Baked challah sits on a colorful tablecloth, hand-printed shirts hang on a rack, earrings made from every object imaginable are displayed, bright paintings and busy scribbles of drawings are arranged in large piles. […]

Gukurahundi, tribalism inspires powerful protest art

The mural showed King Lobhengula Khumalo intimately holding spirit medium Nehanda Charwe Nyakasikana. The mural was accompanied by the inscription “Love is greater than Shona and Ndebele, Africans unite”. On Monday afternoon Council staff removed the painting, but on Tuesday morning it was “replaced” with one that read: “Gukurahundi – We will never forget”. Critical […]

Museum of Art and Light Gets New Location as City Plans to Expand STAR Bond District | News

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‘Art of Banksy: Without Limits’ welcomes South Florida through the spirit of the famous graffiti artist – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

He has been called one of the most famous graffiti artists of all time. Banksy has made a name for himself with his provocative works all over the world. It’s a celebration of one of the most famous artists in the world, but more specifically street artists. The funny part about Banksy is that we […]

Mixed Media Art by Hera combines graffiti and poetry

“You Live and Learn”, acrylic paint, spray paint, charcoal on canvas, 35.4 x 23.6 inches German-Pakistani artist Jasmin Siddiqui, aka Hera, is a multidisciplinary designer who uses her varied expertise and translates it into expressive works of art. As a graffiti artist, illustrator, poet and storyteller, Hera combines them all in portraits of human figures […]

The art exhibition targets converts to conviviality

Throughout the pandemic, artist and activist Adana Mam-Legros and her organization Generation C – of which she is president and co-founder – have actively uplifted people and called for the awakening of society by talking about the things that really matter. in the world of complementarity with compassion, awareness, empathy, the art of sharing, mental […]

Art Deco Architecture Brought a New Style to Greenville | Arts & Culture

The Hunt County Courthouse is a large, imposing structure with sleek stylized surfaces common to an architectural genre known as Art Deco. Visitors and fans of the building style once popular on Main Street America in the 1930s can find many striking examples in downtown Greenville. Courthouses in county seats such as Greenville in Hunt […]

Malik of Small Heath’s homage to street art suffers further damage in Digbeth

After the initial damage last night to Foka Wolf’s street art tribute to Malik of Small Heath, the rest of the giant celebration poster has been torn down and destroyed by unknown vandals. The much-loved collage of a living legend from Birmingham’s Small Heath area has been totally destroyed by unidentified vandals in Upper Trinity […]

Local art world, WPBS mourns the loss of artist / teacher Wilson Bickford | Best Stories

WATERTOWN – Normally this time of year, Tracy Duflo, executive producer and production manager of WPBS, would make final plans for her annual January visits to St. Lawrence County and Wilson R. Bickford’s Fowler Studio for filming the popular “Painting with episodes by Wilson Bickford. For seven seasons, the Treasure of the North Country changed […]

Shane MacGowan announces very first art book ‘The Eternal Buzz and The Crock of Gold’ – Music News

Musician, artist, leader, creator and punk icon Shane MacGowan announces his very first folio art book The Eternal Buzz and The Crock of Gold, published by Rain Street and Infinitum Nihil and scheduled for release in April 2022. The book in Limited Edition opens the door to a treasure trove of sketches, paintings, self-portraits, wild […]

Behind Project Ink shares body art stories in multiple mediums

Suzanne Sigmon and Deniro Farrar pose for the Behind the Ink tattoo photography project. (Photo by Kevin ‘Surf’ Mitchell) The Story of Behind the Ink, a multi-year tattoo photography project by the local arts organization Create Exhibition Through the Arts (CEA) that has since spurred exhibitions, book and documentary, began on a Saturday in 2008, […]

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