My biennial round-up of the new murals and street art I saw when visting LA:
This year I finally got to see the Coney Art Walls: an outdoor museum of street art curated by Joseph Sitt and Jeffrey Deitch, right in the middle of the Coneys Island amusement parks. About 35 walls feature some of todays best street artist – including many of my favourites such as Tristan Eaton, Lady … More NYC. Brooklyn. Coney Island Art Walls.
How to spend a perfect day in Midtown Manhattan, Central Park and the Upper East Side. … More NYC. A perfect (Fri)day in Midtown Manhattan.
The Underhill Walls are a street art project curated by Frankie Velez and Jeff Beler on the corner of Underhill Avenue and St. Johns Place in Prospect Heights. The “Frida’s Choice” (or as I call it: “Frida from the block”) piece by Albertus Joseph was my favourite, but all the other artworks are equally good. … More NYC. Brooklyn. The Underhill Walls street art project in Prospect Heights.
Since 5Pointz in Queens is gone the Bushwick Collective is the best place to see street art in NYC. Here’s what I saw when I visited in early September: The Bushwick Collective is right at the Jefferson Street stop of the L train, about 15 minutes from Union Square in Manhattan.
Street art found in NYC in summer 2017 including Tristan Eaton, Stik, Honschar, Os Gemeos, D*Face & Shepard Fairy. … More Street art in NYC – Summer 2017 edition.
Murals around Downtown Los Angeles by some of my favourite artists: JR, Tristan Eaton, Vhils, Retna and more. … More Los Angeles. Murals in DTLA
A bunch of pictures I took in Venice Beach during my 3 days there in March. The last one – by Isabelle Gorilla and found on Abbot Kinney Blvd – is my favourite currently.
The main reason for me to visit Stockholm last July was seeing the Yayoi Kusama exhibit at the Moderna Museet. I’m a fan of the japanese artist since 2012 when I was in New York during the “Summer of Kusama“: the Whitney Museum held a retrospective of the Japanese artist, there were 2 public installations of her … More Stockholm. Yayoi Kusama “In Infinitiy” at the Modern Musuem.
1. The Unisphere in Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens The Unisphere was built by the United States Steel Cooperation for the World’s Fair in 1964/65. It’s “dedicated to man’s aspirations toward peace through mutual understanding and symbolizing his achievements in an expanding universe”. A smaller version of it can be found at Columbus Circle in … More NYC. The 15 best public art pieces in New York City.