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7,100 lb Street Art

Street art schmeet art. Don’t get me wrong, I like it, but I’m used to it being everywhere, from tags to wheat paste, its so common nowadays that it almost […]

Kenny Scharf’s Sunshine

A ray of sunshine amidst the sadness that can be at a hospital for kids, is Kenny Scharf’s smiling flowers and butterflies. Painted across a sprawling rotunda in 2011, Scharf’s […]

Support: Mutiny of Colors- Street art in Iran

As street art has erupted globally, more and more communities are rising with their own artists pushing limits. The documentary Mutiny of Colors: Peace, a message from Iran focuses on […]

Leftfield on Ludlow

Two things I love : art and drinking. There are many places around the city to get your drink on while checking out some art. An unpretentious one is Leftfield on […]

Let’s Get Curious: New York Walking Tour Combines Tipples with Trivia

From Sex and the City and Friends to Pop Art and Abstract Expressionism, there are numerous tours of New York City evocative of eras gone by. Another popular NYC pastime? […]

A Movable Dance: Dances for a Variable Population Wanders Harlem in “10027”

Thursday night kicked off the first of three nights of performance for the dance troupe Dances for a Variable Population’s June 2015 performance of 10027. Part nomadic amble, part celebration […]

VIDEO: Colette’s 1973 Street Art in Soho

The amazing Colette makes street art in Soho in 1973

Streets Dept Presents The Evolution of Street Art

  Yeah, so this is going down. New York, it’s worth a Megabus ride into Philly. Just in case that seems too steep here’s a link to the Chinatown bus […]

VIDEO: Updating Philosophies with CERN

Director Jared Levy sent me this short doc he made with artist Cern about his process yesterday. Its beautifully done, and gives insight into the Brooklyn based artist’s M.O.   […]

Keith Haring – Crack is Wack!

There are a few places in New York where you can feel like you’ve transported back in time for just a second- when Keith Haring was still ruling New York […]

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