Icy & Sot x Moniker x BSA

In advance of Moniker in Brooklyn this May, we are interviewing some of the artists who are influenced both by street practice and fine art as the contemporary urban art category continues to evolve. Today, BSA is talking to Icy & Sot. Human rights, ecological justice, and socio-political issues dominate the world news with regularity […]

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BSA Film Friday: 04.20.18

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities. Now screening : 1. The Man Who Stole Banksy: Debuting Tonight at Tribeca Film Festival 2. Los Borbones Son Unos Ladrones (The Bourbons Are Thieves) (Spain) 3. Kazzius and Elara Elvira at the 12 + 1 Project, Barcelona 4. Morgan […]

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Jose Miguel Mendez x Moniker x BSA

In advance of Moniker in Brooklyn this May, we are interviewing some of the artists who are influenced both by street practice and fine art as the contemporary urban art category continues to evolve. Today, BSA is talking to Jose Miguel Mendez. It’s like an 80’s pop poster illustration with incredibly sunny, sometimes phosphourescent colors […]

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Vermibus x Moniker x BSA

In advance of Moniker in Brooklyn this May, we are interviewing some of the artists who are influenced both by street practice and fine art as the contemporary urban art category continues to evolve. Today, BSA is talking to Vermibus. Readers of BSA will know that we have written about Vermibus many times for a […]

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The Many Faces of Lisbon on the Street

A Scholarly Eye On Artistic Interventions in Public Space The excitement that pours from city walls in Lisbon is palpable, an animated mix of graffiti, Street Art, murals, sculpture, and the traditional artisan tiles. Like the famous Bacalhau dish of Portuguese cuisine, it all can be mixed together almost a thousand different ways and each surprising […]

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BSA Images Of The Week: 04.15.18

Welcome to BSA Images of the Week. First we have a series of politically themed and powerfully timely images of ICY & SOT installations from their involvement with the third edition of the Crystal Ship Art Festival in Ostend, Belgium. With forced immigration caused by the war industry providing armaments to everyone including your cousin […]

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