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BG183 “the wall” @ WALLWORKS NY

BG183 "the wall" @ WALLWORKS New York

(February 25, 2017) BG183 is blowing up WALLWORKS New York with his first solo exhibition ever at the gallery titled “the wall.” Many of the pieces, both large and small, are familiar Bronx scenes — popping with boldness and color. Some play off a recurring motif of spurting fire-hydrants in various dimensions.

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Graffiti Hall of Fame 2016

Panoramic @ Graffiti Hall of Fame 2016 (Day 1)

(August 27, 2016) Fresh walls are going up at the NYC Graffiti Hall of Fame in East Harlem. The annual weekend event organized by Joey TDS & James Top Productions often brings together graffiti artists, including local legends and pioneers, with others from around the world. The walls are located in the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex playground, East 106th Street off the corner of Park Avenue, East Harlem.

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Hip Hop Revolution @ MCNY

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(April 1, 2015) A fresh exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York features the works of three preeminent NYC-based photographers. “HIP-HOP REVOLUTION: Photographs by Janette Beckman, Joe Conzo, and Martha Cooper,” is a visual tromp through the early days of the genre to its coming of age as a mainstream pop culture.

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Graffiti Hall of Fame 2014

Jackie Robinson Educational Complex (JHS 13)

Graffiti Hall of Fame 2014

(August 30, 2014) Amid the usual controversy of the genre, the 2014 Graffiti Hall of Fame got underway in East Harlem. The pieces being done on the walls of the Jackie Robinson Educational Complex (JHS 13) playground located at 106th Street, between Park & Madison Avenue range from Cotton Club scenes featuring a portrait of Richard Pryor to a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle.

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“BLADE: King of Graffiti” @ MCNY

"BLADE: King of Graffiti" @ MCNY

“BLADE: King of Graffiti” @ MCNY

(August 8, 2014) The graffiti Legend and Bronx native known throughout the world as BLADE made an appearance at the Museum of the City of New York to promote his new book “Blade: King of Graffiti.” The publication is co-authored with Chris Pape, an American painter, graffiti artist and historian.

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TATS CRU @ Toy Tokyo NYC

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TATS CRU members BIO, NICER & BG183 @ Blood, Sweat & Tears” – Toy Tokyo NYC

(February 28, 2014) TATS CRU bombed the walls of Toy Tokyo in NYC, this week, with their exhibition “Blood, Sweat and Tears.” Wave after wave of fans packed the East Village gallery at 91 Second Avenue to view in awe and spectacle a collection of original works by BIO, NICER and BG183. Continue reading

“City as Canvas” @ MCNY

"City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection" @ The Museum of the City of New York

“City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection” @ The Museum of the City of New York

(February 3, 2014) An unprecedented exhibition of vintage graffiti & street art was unveiled at The Museum of the City of New York. “City as Canvas: Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection” is a grand tour of the culture’s formative and golden eras.

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