Now, in 2012, graffiti art is hot. Graffiti art is showing in museums and on television. Graffiti art is on fashion and architecture. Graffiti artists are having gallery shows and being collected all over the world. In fact, last year, one of the largest and most attended shows in the history of MOCA in Los Angeles was a graffiti art exhibit called ART IN THE STREETS, which ran from April through August in 2011 and made news worldwide. Man One and Crewest Gallery blazed the trails that helped to make things like this possible for graffiti artists and their art form.
Archive for April, 2012
Eriberto Oriol and his son Estevan Oriol join other artists to help raise funds to “Conserve Murals for all Artists.” Graffiti Artists as well as traditional artists join the Esteria Foundation to help give awareness. Join us TONIGHT, Saturday for the “Opening Reception of Urban Lends.”
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“The Dream Series”
People come from other countries to the USA
to pursue their dreams.
The process is hard and
at the same time,
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