Nearly a year after the owner of a Venice building was sued for allegedly violating federal law by destroying the Brooks Avenue mural that served as the backdrop for a 1969 photo of The Doors, artists have secured a small victory, ensuring their work won’t be so easily erased.
In recent years, the street art movement has made great strides in demonstrating its undeniable social appeal. The demand for its aesthetic has spread in a myriad of directions. There is incredible demand for art […]
Brooklyn Museum officials say they are canceling an upcoming exhibit of graffiti and street art because they can’t afford to mount the show.
It’s art from the streets that’s been moved into the museum, and critics are going gaga over it.