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Mag magrela street art Noted Brazilian Artist Mag Magrela on NYC Streets and at <em>Galeria</em> on Manhattans Lower East Side

Noted Brazilian artist Mag Magrela recently spent a month in New York City. In partnership with AnnexB — a company focused on promoting Brazilian art in NYC — Mag Magrela painted several murals in different neighborhoods and presented her first NYC solo exhibit, Pindorama in Flames, at Galeria, a delightful gallery/cafe located at 43 Clinton Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side. Pictured above is Sem mais. The broken boat: eu tenho sue o pedaço que agora é meu in Long Island City. Here are several more outdoor murals:

“Pequenos atos de contra ataque,” Astoria, Queens with the Welling Court Mural Project

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“Dá a cara à tapa,” Bushwick

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“A paixão das ancas,” Brooklyn Brush X Mural Project

Mag Magrela Brooklyn Bush X Mural Project Noted Brazilian Artist Mag Magrela on NYC Streets and at <em>Galeria</em> on Manhattans Lower East Side

And from her exhibit Pindorama in Flames, at Galeria featuring works created during her NYC residency:

Linha de frente

mag magrela portrait galeria Noted Brazilian Artist Mag Magrela on NYC Streets and at <em>Galeria</em> on Manhattans Lower East Side

“Suadade de sertão encantado” —  with figure painted live to the right

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“Meu murk” – the artist’s signature performance-installation at Brooklyn Brush, Brooklyn, New York

Mag Magrela performane installation Noted Brazilian Artist Mag Magrela on NYC Streets and at <em>Galeria</em> on Manhattans Lower East Side

The exhibit at Galeria – featuring a range of works that address the dichotomy between the ideal Utopian world and the bitter real one — continues through September 15th.

Note: Mag Magrela is a featured artist in Alexandra Henry‘s documentary film Street Heroines

Photos: 1, 3, 4 & 7 courtesy AnnexB; 2, 5 & 6 Lois Stavsky

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Naomi rag yarn bomb East Harlem NYC Fiber Artist Naomi RAG Brings Flavor and Flair to East Harlem Trees

East Harlem resident Naomi RAG has continued to yarn bomb her neighborhood, enhancing it with color, warmth and intrigue. Here are some more images of trees that she has cloaked:

Tree pictured above, as seen last week from another angle

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As seen last week 

Naomi Rag East HarlemNYC Fiber Artist Naomi RAG Brings Flavor and Flair to East Harlem Trees

As revisited a few weeks back at night

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And as seen a few weeks back at dusk

naomi rag yarn bomb street art east harlem NYC Fiber Artist Naomi RAG Brings Flavor and Flair to East Harlem Trees

Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson

Note: Our highly acclaimed Street Art NYC App is now available for Android devices here.

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