Los Angeles Skyscraper Development Covered in Graffiti and Changes the Landscape
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2w ago
It seems insane we are still having this conversation, over 50 years since graffiti art as we know it now began showing up on city streets across America and then the rest of the world. But there is always a tough conversation that civic leaders and residents have about graffiti. But this one instance seems to have created a tipping point. And many people like it.  ..read more
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Under Pressure: Juxtapoz editor Evan Pricco in Conversation with Polo Cutty, Left E and KSP on January 11 in Los Angeles
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1M ago
On January 11th, at BEYOND THE STREETS and CONTROL Gallery in Los Angeles, Juxtapoz Magazine editor Evan Pricco will be in live conversation with artists Polo Cutty, LEFT E, and Kristofferson San Pablo—officially extending their latest exhibition, UNDER PRESSURE, curated by Mister Cartoon ..read more
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FUTURA2000: Breaking Out, A Retrospective @ University at Buffalo Art Galleries
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3M ago
University at Buffalo Art Galleries is pleased to present FUTURA2000: Breaking Out, a retrospective of artist FUTURA2000 that will span both University of Buffalo Art Galleries locations; UB Center for the Arts and the UB Anderson Gallery ..read more
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GATS Brings the "Collective Murmurs" of the Street to the Gallery @ Harman Projects, NYC
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3M ago
 Harman Projects is pleased to present Collective Murmurs, a solo exhibition by iconic graffiti artist and Juxtapoz x Superflat exhibiting artist, GATS. This will be the artist's first solo presentation with the gallery ..read more
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Radio Juxtapoz, ep 125: Tim Conlon Knows Freight Train Graffiti
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3M ago
There are just certain artists who know their subject. For Tim Conlon, freight train graffiti is his muse, his subject, his love, his investigation. As a freight graffiti artist himself, Tim took that passion and understanding of the North American railroad system and turned into wonderfully constructed photoreal paintings of graff on trains as well as a series of train set works featuring graffiti pieces. His work is about not only a love of graffiti, but a story of movement, of communication and connection, friendship and the insight to a subculture of America that collect rail ephemera. It ..read more
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Rime, Victor Reyes, Trav, and Ewok Have "Uncommon Bonds"
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5M ago
Superchief Gallery in LA proudly presents UNCOMMON BONDS, an exhibition featuring Rime, Victor Reyes, Trav, and Ewok, four highly esteemed artists, with roots in graffiti. The exhibition is about how graffiti brings people together and creates unique friendships that shape the art and its creators ..read more
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FREIGHT TRAIN GRAFFITI Gets a Much-Needed Expansion, 20 Years On
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5M ago
A collection gets a reboot nearly two decades on. When it was first released by Roger Gastman in 2005, Freight Train Graffiti was the bible of the subculture of painting on trains, providing insight into the fringe sect of a graffiti scene suffused with vitality, and most importantly, offering tales that connected the eras. This reissue by BEYOND THE STREETS brings the culture into a new light, with 500+ additional images, painting a truly historical and contemporary picture. Freight Train Graffiti features over 1,500+ full-color illustrations and features in-depth interviews with more than 1 ..read more
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Subscription to Mischief: Graffiti Zines of the 1990s
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5M ago
Featuring Greg Lamarche's archives and Letterform Archive's collection of graffiti magazines, Subscription to Mischief explores 1990s graffiti zines with a special focus on the making of Skills. It highlights original works by prominent and lesser-known writers of the '90s through the pieces, throwups, and handstyles featured in letters, flick trade photos, and magazine submissions. Taking a close look at practitioners as documentarians, and how magazines served as launch pads for creative careers, Subscription to Mischief is a time capsule of graffiti letterforms and a tribute to the co ..read more
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KATSU Drops Montana Colors Spray Can and Unique Embellished Posters with BEYOND THE STREETS
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6M ago
Graffiti and drone artist KATSU just dropped a collection of Montana Colors spray cans with BEYOND THE STREETS this week. The collectin includes a spray can, hand-embellished posters and a signed spray can edition as well. GO GET IT.  ..read more
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BEYOND THE STREETS Opens Long-Awaited Graffiti & Street Art Survey in Shanghai
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7M ago
It was years in the making, a reopening of the world and BEYOND THE STREETS bringing its large-scale graffit and street art survey to Shanghai for its first international showcase. A works on paper and London show later, BTS Shanghai has finally opened its doors in the mega-metropolis. It's the first exhibition of its kind in China, and in typical BTS style, the show is massive. From Barry McGee to local Shanghai graffiti writers, John Ahearn to Lady AIKO's outstanding installation here, it seems to be an uninhibited showcase; fun and engaging, interactive even.  ..read more
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