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Studio Visits: Brandi Milne

With Brandi Milne's solo Once Upon a Quiet Kingdom opening soon (August 19th) at Corey Helford Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles, now is a good time to bring you some shots from her studio. Surrounded by...

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Streets: Bezt (Poland)

After many international projects and murals, Bezt from Etam Cru recently got a chance to paint a mural in his homeland. The result is this peaceful yet intriguing piece titled Blue Monday in Bielsko...

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Recap: POW! WOW! Long Beach 2017

Following up on the last two POW! WOW! Long Beach events (see 2015, 2016), this year's gathering featured music, culinary delights, merchandise, and of course art for attendees to enjoy. Participants...

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Overtime: Aug 14 – Aug 20

More stories from the week that ended Aug 20 (click on bolded words for more information): Kara Walker’s press release for her upcoming Sept. show is a work of art itself. The story about it, from her...

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Overtime: Aug 21 – Aug 27

More stories from the week that ended Aug 27 (click on bolded words for more information): Banksy's Snorting Copper street work rediscovered and will be put on display again. RIP: Karl Otto Götz, who...

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Streets: Nuart 2017 (Part I)

For their 17th edition Nuart festival took a significant and brave step away from producing an ordinary street art festival that results in series of beautifully colored facades. This year they've...

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Overtime: Aug 28 – Sept 3

More stories from the week that ended Sept 3 (click on bolded words for more information): White House review could shrink protected land around Michael Heizer’s City. RIP: David Tang, who passed away...

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Nuart 2017 / Murals (Part I)

Last week marked the 17th edition of world renowned Nuart Festival and AM was there to witness the making and the official reveal of the works created or installed. Matching festival's ongoing efforts...

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Streets: Ricky Lee Gordon, Stavanger

The biggest and arguably the most important outdoor piece of Nuart festival 2017 was the 4 story mural painted by Ricky Lee Gordon. For this large scale diptych the festival joined forces with Amnesty...

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Streets: INO (Ibiza)

Ino was recently back to Ibiza for the 7th edition of the local Bloop festival. After his Funk the Power piece from last year got buffed by the city council of San Antoni, Greek artist came back to...

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Overtime: Sep 4 – Sep 10

More stories from that week that ended Sep 10 (click on bolded words for more information): LA Weekly previews the opening of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles (ICA LA). RIP: Greg...

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Nuart 2017 / Murals (Part II)

We're wrapping our reporting from Nuart festival 2017 with the 2nd part of the recap of all the public works created through Stavanger for this year's event. These pieces make it obvious that Nuart...

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Streets: JR Installation @ US-Mexico Border Fence

Recently in Tecate, at the US-Mexico border fence, JR (interviewed) has installed a provocative new project featuring a Mexican boy peering over the barrier. Best viewed from the US side, the new work...

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Overtime: Sep 11 – Sep 17

More stories from the week that ended Sep 17 (click on bolded words for more information): Huffington Post has a review of Kara Walker show. RIP: Axel Kasseböhmer (1952–2017). British Museum apologizes...

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Streets: Banksy – Basquiat Tribute Pieces (London)

With the imminent opening of the first large-scale exhibition in the UK of the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat scheduled for the 21st, a couple Banksy pieces have shown up near the venue overnight. On his...

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Studio Visits: Victor Castillo

Currently at KP Projects in Los Angeles, Victor Castillo has a show on view entitled Broken Hearts, which will run through the rest of September. The new body of work features acrylic paintings (some...

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Overtime: Sep 18 – Sep 24

More stories from the week that ended Sep 24 (click on bolded words for more information): Five Banksy street murals (including pictured above) sold to a buyer from the Middle East for £3.2mil. RIP:...

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Streets: Elian Chali (Cologne)

Elian Chali recently took part in the Cityleaks / TRANSURBAN festival in Cologne, Germany, curated by Georg Barrinhaus. For this event, he created one of his vibrant, abstract, and minimalist public...

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Overtime: Sep 25 – Oct 1

More stories from the week that ended Oct 1 (click on bolded words for more information): Images and information for Cheyenne Julien's Homegrown exhibition now up on Smart Objects site. RIP: Jim Walrod...

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Streets: Invader (Hong Kong)

Invader recently completed his 7th "invasion" wave of Hong Kong with the placement of 32 of his signature tile-based work in and around Habour City (known for their support of artists). Situated next...

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