And now we have an Art In The Streets Movie. With the runaway success MoCA AITS, looking at the future, it shouldn’t be any any surprise if it slowly and tastefully develops into a brand. We say slowly and tastefully, because the potential audience will slice and dice through the BS like butter. Until then, the show is still on exhibition and the celebration is still popping. OUTSIDE IN is a celebratory and his
Never make the mistake in thinking that the fumes and dust have settled for LA’s Museum of Contempoary Art. Even though the reception ended weeks ago, the exhibition runs until August 8th. Until then tweets the streets are still watching. and people all over the world and the innanets will be be buzzing on the infamy for years to come. Especially if drops like this keep popping up.
It seems like the countdown to MOCA‘s upcoming Art in the Streets Exhibition began like 10 years ago as the anticipation is building worldwide. As well it should, seeing as though it’s one of the largest most relevant street art exhibitions to date.
In the first issue of his graffiti and pop-culture magazine While You Were Sleeping, Roger Gastman thanked â€œMom for the loot,â€ and then thanked â€œeveryone who ever told me that graff was a dumb waste of my time.â€ Gastman, who was 19 at the time, had already been running a graffiti supply business in Bethesda, Md., for three years and was starting to assemble a valuable collection of graffiti ephemera, sourcing
South Beach, Miami, Florida during Winter Music Conference or Art Basel, is not for everyone. You either go hard or go home. Some don’t make it home at all (no lies, I’ve seen it). Â Cultural and social lubrication at its finest, Never knowing who you might bump into from the Marlin all the way down to the breakfast bodega on Collins. One nite during WMC 2001 or 2002 (it’s all a blurrr), I was invit