Art in the “Skies”: Graffiti Artist Saber Protests City Hall

In this age of Social Media, I’ve got to admit, I like the retro sky writing medium chosen by Saber to air his grievances at Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and the L.A. City Attorney’s office over the mural moratorium.  The moratorium, which has been in place since 2009 equates murals to signage thereby imparting a complicated and costly permit … Continue reading Art in the “Skies”: Graffiti Artist Saber Protests City Hall

(I really need to invest in Photoshop) So, it’s been over a week and I’m still digesting Art in the Streets.  As I walked out of the Geffen on April 14th, a writer for LAist and I discussed how overwhelming the exhibit was.  I thought it was well done.  At the members preview, some complained … Continue reading

MOCA Covered in Krylon-A Preview of “Art in the Streets”

MOCA is bringing the streets to museum patrons in a comprehensive overview of the history of street art from 1967 through present day in “Art in the Streets”.  It is the first major exhibit of its kind in the U.S. “Art in the Streets” primarily focuses on graffiti art’s infamous rise in an economically tumultuous … Continue reading MOCA Covered in Krylon-A Preview of “Art in the Streets”