On view at the Judith Charles Gallery though tomorrow — Sunday — is a selection of new works, along with salvaged ones, by many of the artists who had participated in last year’s landmark 21st Precinct Exhibit. Here is a sampling:
Ghost and Giz, fragment salvaged from last year’s installation
Chris Soria and Misha Tyutyunik
Lorenzo Masnah. fragment
Ben Angotti. close-up
N Carlos J
Presented by Outlaw Arts, the exhibit remains on view 1-9pm today, Saturday, and tomorrow.
Photos of artworks by Lois Stavsky
This is the 14th in an occasional series of posts featuring images of girls — and women — who grace our public spaces:
Dasic in Bushwick
Ben Angotti in Bushwick
Mexican artist Fusca and French artist Kazy in Bedford-Stuyvesant
Swoon in Red Hook
Ree2 and Teck1 in Washington Heights
Alice Mizrachi in the Rockaways
Photos: 1, 2 & 4 by Dani Reyes Mozeson; 3 & 5 by Lois Stavsky and 6 by Tara Murray
Note: StreetArtNYC will be on vacation through December 1. Follow what’s happening here in NYC on our Facebook page.
Opening this evening from 6-9pm at the Hi-Arts Gallery on 304 East 100th Street is JR’s Inside Out Mi Gente/ Oyáte kiŋ Art Project — focusing on and uniting two communities: NYC’s East Harlem and South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation. Here are a few images captured yesterday while visiting the exhibit, curated by Carlos Mare:
And outside with murals by Alice Mizrachi and Part One
Photos by Dani Reyes Mozeson
This is the eighth in a series of occasional posts featuring the range of faces that surface in NYC open spaces:
Dasic in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Rimx and Ricardo Cabret — in progress for NY Street Gallery – on the patio outside Exit Room NY, in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Long-running ECB in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Jordan Betten in Midtown Manhattan
Alice Mizrachi in Bushwick playground
Long-running Chris Soria – created with Groundswell youth — in Red Hook, Brooklyn
FoxxFace for the LISA Project in Little Italy, Manhattan
Sexer for the TAG Public Arts Project in the Bronx
Photos: Dasic, Jordan Betten and Chris Soria by Dani Reyes Mozeson; all others by Lois Stavsky
Featuring the artwork of a dozen talented Brooklyn and Queens natives, BQE: Brooklyn Queens Elite continues through this Sunday, August 24th at Dumbo’s powerHouse Arena. Here are a few more images from this exhibit curated by Queens native Yvette “Yvey” Hidalgo.
UR New York
Included, too, are works by Ernie Paniccioli, Greg Larmache, Olivia Jarowski-Lovera, TooFly, Tommy Rebel and WRY TCK. The powerHouse Arena, also home to a wonderful bookstore and more, is located at 37 Main Street in Dumbo, Brooklyn.
The first image is a close-up from a mixed-media work by Ambi67. Photos of images by Dani Reyes Mozeson.
Outdoor Gallery New York City author and photographer Yoav Litvin continues readings from his book and conversations about New York City street art this evening, August 6, from 5-:30 – 7:30 at the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Among the topics he will discuss are: documenting street art and graffiti; constructing and editing interviews, and publishing and promoting his book. Admission is free and you can hop off the Bronx Trolley that provides a free arts and culture tour of the South Bronx on the first Wednesday of every month. Yoav will be joined this evening by the wonderfully talented artist and art educator, Alice Mizrachi, who will speak about her own art and its evolution.
On Wednesday, August 20, Yoav’s special guest, Brooklyn-based street and subway artist Jilly Ballistic, will join him at Word at 126 Franklin Street in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. The discussion will begin at 7pm.
And on Thursday, August 28, Chris Stain, one of our favorite stencil artists and muralists, will be joining Yoav at 7pm at the collectively-owned Bluestockings at 172 Allen Street on Manhattan’s Lower East Side.
Photos by Yoav Litvin
Opening Friday evening are two concurrent exhibits curated by Icy and Sot. Artworks of 35 NYC street artists will be on exhibit in Tehran, while we New Yorkers will be treated to a gallery show of 10 Iranian artists at 58 South Sixth Street in Brooklyn through Monday. Here is a sampling from this groundbreaking cultural exchange:
El Sol 25 in Tehran
CK1 in NYC
Alice Mizrachi in Tehran
Mad in NYC
LNY in Tehran
FRZ in NYC
Images courtesy of Icy and Sot
Currently on exhibit at Chelsea’s ArtNowNY is “Push It,” an exuberant show featuring works by over 20 female artists working in a remarkable range of expressive modes. Fresh new talents are showcased alongside legendary artists — many with roots in graffiti and street art. Here’s a sampling of works by six artists who consistently share their visions with us in public spaces:
Curated by Melissa McCaig-Welles, the exhibit continues through April 26 at ArtNowNY, 548 West 28th Street in Chelsea’s gallery district.
Images of artwork by Dani Reyes Mozeson, Lois Stavsky and City-as-School intern Dea Sumrall
This is the fourth in an occasional series featuring images of New York City’s doors that sport everything from tags and stickers to sophisticated images.
Ewok in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Mor in Downtown Manhattan
Long-running David Shillinglaw in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Stikki Peaches in Williamsburg, Brooklyn
Jordan Betten in Chelsea
Alice Mizrachi aka AM in abandoned East Village building
Jerkface in Little Italy
LMNOP in Bushwick, Brooklyn
Ludo in Little Italy
Photos of Mor, Jordan Betten, Alice Mizrachi, Jerkface and Ludo by Dani Reyes Mozeson; of Stikki Peaches by Emily Robertson; of Ewok, David Shillinglaw and LMNOP by Lois Stavsky