Category Archives: Culture Clash

STREET CULTURES – Empowerment and Intercultural Dialogue / Empowerment und interkulturelle Brücken

SKATEISTAN – TINY TOONES – TINY DROPS Part of the cultural program of the Asia-Pacific Weeks Berlin / Teil des Kulturprogramms der Asien-Pazifik Wochen Berlin STREET CULTURES like skateboarding, breakdancing and street art have the fascinating potential to bring people … Continue reading

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Brooklyn Graffiti Perfume: $220

This is a new low – or a new high – but probably the former. I hope a NY writer got paid well to do the design – otherwise it is a shame that yet again graff is ripped – … Continue reading

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Photographs by Martha Cooper

STREET SHOTS Photographs by Martha Cooper OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY, JANUARY 16TH, 8-11PM EXHIBITION DATES: JANUARY 16TH – FEBRUARY 13TH, 2008 SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS GALLERY 1331 W Sunset Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90026 E: P. 213.213.0078 F. 213.213.0077 Martha Cooper had … Continue reading

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MANIFEST HOPE Inauguration Art Gallery and Nationwide Art Contest

When: January 17 – 19th Where: MANIFEST HOPE: DC Gallery 3333 M Street NW Washington DC 20007 From their site: “MANIFEST HOPE:DC and its partners MoveOn PAC, the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) and Obey Giant launches a contest today, … Continue reading

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City Hall Panel

While in Iceland for the Reyjavik International Film Festival, Director Jon Reiss and I (Co Producer, Harrison Bohrman) were invited to be part of a city hall panel on graffiti and street art. Artist Thordis Claessen, author of the Icelandic … Continue reading

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