The first 4 are from the Humanity Wall in DC. I thought I had a pic of the ridiculous Mesk piece on the top but, apparently not.
“It’s going to be the first major museum survey of the history of graffiti and street art presented in the United States.”
Jeffrey Deitch confirmed that Art in the Streets will be coming to MOCA in Los Angeles in 2011. Roger Gastman says, “It’s Huge.”
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Show some support for this legendary film over at BAM this Thursday. Details after the jump
Barry McGee in front of a freshly painted wooden wall.
photo by Jeff Newman
I’ve always thought of El Mac as somewhat of a Modern Master Graffiti Painter. Here is a sampling of his work, from freight trains to endless sick collaborations with Retna from the early 2000′s up until the present day. His work also translates fantastically well into the gallery space, and luckily enough for New Yorkers, he’ll be having a solo show at Joshua Liner Gallery this October.
This mural is about as good as it gets.
With a little Pollock influence.
Is the movie out on DVD now? Haha, just kidding…he was probably at Wieden & Kennedy.
Revok and Aroe in Bremen, Germany. Purple Reign
Opening tonight (7/28) at Lyons Weir
Mint&Serf SGU (Special Graffiti Unit) is an exhibition at Lyons Wier Gallery, curated by Derrick B. Harden, featuring new work by New York visual artists Mint&Serf. By adapting the visual styling of “Law & Order” as a point of departure, the exhibition pays homage to the longest running television program filmed entirely in New York City.
GRAFFITI ALWAYS LOOKS BETTER ON A TRAIN, ESPECIALLY WHEN PEOPLE ARE RIDING IN IT… SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF THIS PAST YEARS GLOBAL TRANSIT AESTHETIC MAKE-OVER EFFORTS OF SOME OF THE GLOBES BEST. ALL IMAGES STOLEN ONLINE. —Revok