Tag: new-york

 

Something Lurking: The Shadowmen of Richard Hambleton

'Shadowmen' by Richard Hamilton | Art-Pie

Richard Hambleton has been called the godfather of street art. He began producing what he called ‘public art’ in New York City in the 1970s. He’s known for the black figures he first painted on the buildings of New York’s Lower East Side, which he called Shadowmen. The Shadowmen arrived in the early 1980s, and shocked many a denizen of that city who walked the streets at night. In 1981 and 1982 he populated the Lower East Side with these unnerving figures. A... Read More

Nevercrew last piece for Wall Therapy

Nevercrew | Art-Pie

No need to say much. Just look at this outstanding piece from Nevercrew in Rochester, New-York Boom.  Read More

Metazoa, a new show by ROA

ROA | Art-Pie

Belgium, the country where Roa is from, must be a far away from what this artists get to travel to. I remember seeing a few years back the first street art pieces from ROA across London and thinking: what this guy does is quite fresh. Now, look what he is up to: a show in New York city at the Jonathan Levine gallery. Nice one. Then, when I heard about that show, I thought it is going to be the same shit: wildlife subjects, 2 colour artwork (black and white) on some wooden panels... Read More

Animated 3D gifs by Nick Thomm

Last Thursday night, Nick Thomm’s latests solo exhibition, Tropic Glows, opened. Thomm took over the entire two-story space, transforming the basement into a fully immersive screening room, in which he housed his intricate 3D video works, while upstairs played host to both the crowds and a combination of Thomm’s mixed media works on fluro Plexiglass, holographic skate decks and neon pieces. We included below 3 animated GIF works by the artist. We like them very much.... Read More

A Video Tour of The Underbelly Project, NYC Subway Station

The Underbelly project

The Underbelly Project started back in 2009 and gathered a bunch of artists such as Revok or Ceaze who covered the walls of a disuse New York city subway station. MOCAtv has finally released a video tour of it. Enjoy. Read more abour the projet on the Vandalog website  Read More

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