Street Artists

This past Saturday, the LISA Project celebrated its second anniversary party with a spirited Secret Walls battle in the now-famous parking lot on Little Italy’s Mulberry Street. Team Lowbrow’s Bishop 203MastroZimad, and Steiner competed against Team Supreme’s Lamour SupremeJeremyville, Boy Kong, and Nick Gazin. Here are a few images:

Bishop 203 and Zimad (R)

Zimad and bishop203 street art and graffiti NYC Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

Mastro

mastro street art graffiti secret walls NYC Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

Lamour Supreme at work

supreme team Secret walls Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

Jeremyville‘s draft 

team supreme mural sketch jeremyville Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

The illustrious judges: Sean Corcoran, Martha Cooper, Terror 161 and Carlo McCormick

Sean corcoran Martha Cooper Terror161 and Carlo McCormick LISA Project Secret Walls Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

The winning Team LowBrow members with LISA Project founder and director Wayne Rada

Lisa Project street art NYC Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

And the beloved “Taggers Delight” wall with NYC-based illustrator Sashalyn leaving her mark – to the left of Stikki Peaches

Sashalyn. stikki peaches street art Team LowBrow vs Team Supreme in Secret Walls Battle for the LISA Project’s Second Anniversary Party

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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This is the fifth in a series of occasional posts featuring images of children that surface on NYC public spaces:

jef Aerosol paints stencil art Bushwick Collective NYC Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Jef Aerosol at the Bushwick Collective

Jef Aerosol street art nyc Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Jerkface in NoLita

jerkface rag n bone Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

LMNOPI in Bushwick

lmnop earth revolution street art NYC Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Kaffeine for the Welling Court Mural Project

kaffeine street art welling court Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Solus in Little Italy for the Lisa Project, close-up

solus street art in little italy Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Sexer in the Bronx for the TAG Public Arts Project

sexer street art Bronx TAG NYC Kids on Walls — Part V: Jef Aerosol, Jerkface, LMNOPI, Kaffeine, Solus and Sexer

Photos 1, 3, 4 and 6 by Dani Reyes Mozeson; 2, 5 and 7 by Lois Stavsky

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Kurar1 French Stencil Artist Kurar at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery through 10.21

Based in France, Kurar crafts visually and conceptually engaging stencils. Often incorporating graffiti elements, they frequently take on such contentious subjects as politics and consumerism. Here are a few more images from his exhibit – on view through October 21 at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery.

Dirty Money

kurar dirty money French Stencil Artist Kurar at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery through 10.21

Liberty of 21st Century, close-up

Kurar stencil liberty of 21st century French Stencil Artist Kurar at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery through 10.21

Heritage

kurar Heritage French Stencil Artist Kurar at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery through 10.21

Wide view of select artworks on exhibit

Kurarin Chelsea Gallery French Stencil Artist Kurar at Chelsea’s Artemisia Gallery through 10.21

Sharing the space at 617 West 27th Street with Kurar is an exhibit of alluring new artworks by Indie 184, presented by Azart Gallery.

Photos of Kurar’s artworks by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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Jose Parla José Parlá’s Solo Exhibition “In Medias Res” Continues through Saturday at Chelseas Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Continuing through Saturday at Chelsea’s Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery, José Parlá’s solo exhibition, “In Medias Res,” features a range of exquisitely richly-layered, abstract works focusing on the artist’s personal interactions with particular places. Here is a small sampling:

The Ghetto (on right) and San Lazaro y Genios

Jose Parla installation José Parlá’s Solo Exhibition “In Medias Res” Continues through Saturday at Chelseas Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Hot Gowanus

Jose Parla hot gowanus José Parlá’s Solo Exhibition “In Medias Res” Continues through Saturday at Chelseas Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Bowery and Houston

Jose Parla Bowery and Houston 4 José Parlá’s Solo Exhibition “In Medias Res” Continues through Saturday at Chelseas Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

The Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery is located at 505 West 24th Street in Chelsea. On its exterior you will find the following collab between José Parlá and JR captured last fall.

JR and Jose Parla and Invader José Parlá’s Solo Exhibition “In Medias Res” Continues through Saturday at Chelseas Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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Crisp John Paul Praxis street art Grove Alley NYC Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

The Grove Alley Paint Nite, produced by the Gowanus Nite Market — in coordination with the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership — took place last month, once again transforming Grove Alley into a intriguing open-air gallery.  John Paul O’Grodnick, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1 were among the local artists joined by Bogota-based Praxis and Crisp for this year’s event in Downtown Brooklyn, off Fulton Mall. Here are some more photos captured soon after the event that had attracted close to 2,000 people:

Praxis

Praxis Grove Alley street art NYC Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

Crisp and John Paul O’Grodnick

Crisp JPO street art Grove Alley Brooklyn NYC Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

JC and Sole Rebel

JC and Sols street art Grove Alley Brooklyn NYC Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

JC, close-up

JC street art grove alley Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

Stencil1

Stencil1 Ed Roth grove alley stencils Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

 And still there from last year’s event —  See One and Rimx

See One Rimx graffiti street art Brooklyn Grove Alley NYC Downtown Brooklyns Grove Alley Transformed: Crisp, John Paul O’Grodnick, Praxis, JC, Sole Rebel and Stencil1

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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centrefuge public art project NYC Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

The Centre-fuge Public Art Project has transformed the Department of Transportation trailer on First Street and First Avenue into a vibrant rotating open-air gallery. Here are a few more images from Cycle 15 completed last week:

Marthalicia Matarrita at work

Marthalicia Matarrita paints NYC Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

Dasic at work

Dasic fernandez paints Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

And completed

dasic fernandez centrefuge street art NYC Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

Mr. Prvrt

Mr prvrt centre fuge Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

Sest2

sest2 street art centre fuge Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

And here with Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

centre fuge Mr. Seang and Zukie street art NYC Centre fuge Public Art Project — Cycle 15 with Marthalicia Matarrita, Dasic, Mr. Prvrt, Sest2, Sean Gallagher and Miss Zukie

Coordinated by Pebbles Russell and Jonathan Neville, the Centre-Fuge Public Art Project was conceived in 2011 in memory of their friend, Mike Hamm.

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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Mr prvt street art edited 1 Its Happening at the Bushwick Collective: Mr. Prvrt, Bishop 203, Thievin Stephen and more

It’s been busy at the Bushwick Collective with new murals surfacing by local, regional and international artists. Here’s a small sampling of what’s been going down:

Mr. Prvrt — pictured above — with his new mural, and as seen, below, in Sunday’s sun

Mr Prvrt Bushwick Collective street art NYC Its Happening at the Bushwick Collective: Mr. Prvrt, Bishop 203, Thievin Stephen and more

Bishop 203 to the left of Danielle Mastrion’s long-running Biggie mural

bishop203 graffiti street art  Its Happening at the Bushwick Collective: Mr. Prvrt, Bishop 203, Thievin Stephen and more

Thievin’ Stephen — at work on Jefferson off Saint Nicholas

Thievin Stephen street art action Bushwick Collective Its Happening at the Bushwick Collective: Mr. Prvrt, Bishop 203, Thievin Stephen and more

And  tomorrow — Wednesday evening — at 5pm, Tyson, a dear friend of the Bushwick Collective, is opening his doors to his new restaurant, Arrogant Swine, at 173 Morgan Avenue.

Vers Its Happening at the Bushwick Collective: Mr. Prvrt, Bishop 203, Thievin Stephen and more

Bushwick Collective founder and curator Joe Ficalora invites the Bushwick Collective fam to head over there. Expect to dine and wine with DJ’s, fire breathers, free tattoos and more surprises, along with a newly completed mural by Sexer.

Final image by Vers; all photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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U R New York ill the last stop  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

UR New York has fashioned an amazing array of works in a range of media for their newest exhibit, Product of UR Environment, that opened this past Thursday evening. On view at Pop International Galleries at 473 West Broadway in SoHo,  Mike Baca’s (aka 2Esae) and Fernando Romero’s (aka Ski) pieces on a range of surfaces — from spray cans to found objects to canvases — brilliantly reflect NYC’s distinct grit and the passion that it rouses. Here are a few more:

New York Side Hustle

UR New York side hustle mixed media on board  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

Brooklyn Boro

UR New York Brooklyn Be the Boro  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

Intersection

UR New York Intersection  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

Close-up from one of a series of fenced-in artworks with paste-ups, stickers, tags and more

Fenced In graffiti close up  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

And spray cans with a message

UR New York art on spray cans  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

UR New York Spray cans  Pop International Galleries Showcases UR New Yorks New Works in Product of UR Environment

Pop International Galleries SoHo location is open Mon to Sat 10am – 7pm and Sun 11am – 6pm.

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

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stikman street art figure NYC Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

Huge fans of stikman — in all his permutations — we were delighted to discover how active he’s recently been in Little Italy, particularly on Mulberry Street. Here’s a sampling of what we discovered this past week:

stikman sticker street art NYC Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

stikman character street art nyc  Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

And his homage to Dr.Seuss, whose very first children’s book was And To Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street

stikman street art paste up NYC Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

With an earlier 3-D variation peering from the rear left

stikman street art NYC Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

And lurking behind bars

stikman street art gated NYC Our Beloved stikman Invades Little Italy

 Photos 1, 2, 4 and 6 by Lois Stavsky; 3 and 5 by the acutely observant City-as-School intern Robert Verdejo

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The Savage Habbit Mural Project continues to bring an amazing array of murals to nearby Hudson County. Just minutes from NYC, a treasure trove of public artworks can be found. Here’s a sampling:

Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never in Jersey City

angelina christina ease one never street art savage habbit NJ  The Savage Habbit Mural Project in Hudson County, NJ with: Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never, Mike Makatron, Smithe, Seher & Kraken and Nanook & Mata Ruda

Mike Makatron in Jersey City

Mike Makatron street art savage habbit  The Savage Habbit Mural Project in Hudson County, NJ with: Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never, Mike Makatron, Smithe, Seher & Kraken and Nanook & Mata Ruda

Smithe, Seher & Kraken in Union City

Smithe Seher Kraken savage habbit street art Union City  The Savage Habbit Mural Project in Hudson County, NJ with: Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never, Mike Makatron, Smithe, Seher & Kraken and Nanook & Mata Ruda

Smithe Seher Kraken street art savage habbit NJ  The Savage Habbit Mural Project in Hudson County, NJ with: Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never, Mike Makatron, Smithe, Seher & Kraken and Nanook & Mata Ruda

Mata Ruda and Nanook in Jersey City

nanook mata ruda savage habbit street art NJ  The Savage Habbit Mural Project in Hudson County, NJ with: Angelina Christina, Ease One & Never, Mike Makatron, Smithe, Seher & Kraken and Nanook & Mata Ruda

To continue showcasing international, national and local artists and enriching the visual landscape of Hudson County with outstanding murals, Savage Habbit recently launched a Kickstarter with wonderfully enticing rewards. Check it out here.

All photos courtesy of Savage Habbit

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