- MOCA Los Angeles
- Art in the Streets
- BEYOND the STREETS celebrates street art and graffiti in brooklyn
MOCA Los Angeles
Art in the Streets was an exhibition held at the Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles from April 17 to August 8, Curated by its then-director Jeffrey.the del film con sognare di tagliarsi i capelli
Yes, Banksy is here. The giant "Art in the Streets" show opening this weekend at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles gives a patch of real estate to the international man of mystery who has contributed greatly to the worldwide profile of this soon to be, maybe already, mainstream phenomenon known as street art. A smattering of his pranksterism is an absolute must for any show staking claim to the mantle of comprehensive survey and an excellent way to garner attention. But "Streets" gets it's momentum by presenting a multi-torch colorful and explosive people's history that began way before Banksy was born and likely will continue for a while after. Read more below slideshow.
Moreover, Felipe Pantone wrapped a trio of tall windows to create an optical illusion and Todd James built an immersive room filled with all kinds of acid-induced works portraying his cartoonish subjects. Or more specifically New Jersey, right on the border of those hallowed grounds of the Bronx and Manhattan — the holy grail not only of graffiti history but the entire world of fine-art institutions and blue-chip-gallery culture. What is art? What is graffiti? Where does a lack of inclusion in the traditional art world meet the desire to vandalize? Written by epricco. Excerpt from beyondthestreetsart NYC show catalog.
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This time around, the festival is being brought to the opposite coast, in Brooklyn, New York, and will display the works of over artists. Films, lectures and performances will also be included in the exhibition. As a bonus, a curated gift shop will be present, housing several limited-edition artist collaborations that come in the form of apparel, prints, books, toys and other collectibles. One notable feature is a special adidas capsule where proceeds will go to the Harold Hunter Foundation. Scroll below to see the address of the exhibition as well as the list of artists that will be featured.
Indeed, the notion of "spectacle" only begins to describe the exhibition, which overflows across the front and sides of the Geffen Contemporary via graffiti and murals by Barry McGee and Lee Quinones. A long-time advocate of Street Art, Deitch welcomed visitors to the show while standing in front of a bus painted in lavender swirls by L. Despite its edgy reputation, the Street Art inside the museum gives off a message of merry rather than menace. Here is an entire ice cream truck, hand-painted in killer low-rider style by an artist named Mister Cartoon. There is a stained glass window, complete with a kneeling hooded devotee, supposedly the work of Banksy.
If documenting the history of art is a slippery task, doing so for graffiti is even slipperier. Illegal and ephemeral, its principal venues are grimy alleyways and roaring freeway underpasses. Its history is largely oral and documentation can be slapdash or nonexistent. And its artists operate under monikers Revok, Swoon, Espo that they regularly discard and resuscitate—the artist Barry McGee, for example, also goes by Twist and Ray Fong, among other names. All of this makes telling the story of graffiti a thorny undertaking.
Art in the Streets
BEYOND the STREETS celebrates street art and graffiti in brooklyn