Posts Tagged ‘Street Art

Exodus Steps

21, Mar 2013

Exodus Steps is an interactive art installation that engages viewers with the biblical story of the Hebrews’ escape from slavery in Egypt. Timed to coincide with the Passover season, this installation combines street art and performance elements to create visual puzzles that put the viewer in the story and literally “remember as if you have […]

By Rivka Nehorai An exclusive interview with the man behind the motion following the success of his latest exhibtion, Rubicon Drive. JAN:Tell me about your latest exhibition; what was the theme behind your work in this show? DAB: The exhibition was called Rubicon Drive. A rubicon is a point at which you’ve gone too far and […]

By Elke Reva Sudin On a steamy July evening in the heart of Williamsburg Brooklyn, urban contemporary artists hailing from 7 different countries explored the subject of religious practice in the exhibition RITUAL curated by HONEYCOMB and hosted at the Causey Contemporary Gallery. RITUAL opens at the Causey Contemporary Gallery Based in Buenos Aires, Trystan Bates […]

G-d Bless Jewish

12, Jul 2011

Juxtapose Magazine recently posted this photo of the word “Jewish” grafittied with the stars and stripes of the American flag. You must be patriotic everyday and get over all your “1st world problems.” While photographed in front of his work, the artist is proudly displaying an American flag on his t-shirt, a sign of the relationship […]