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The Boneyard Project “Return Trip” Video

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Continuing their original 2010 project, Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormick invited a number of artists to the Arizona desert to paint their own decommissioned planes in a Tucson boneyard. Featuring art from Retna, How & Nosm, Saner and Nunca, Th...

The Boneyard Project “Return Trip” @ Pima Air & Space Museum

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Once the metal birds that soared the sky, decommissioned planes have now been largely relegated to the junkyard. However an initiative that began in 2010 by Eric Firestone and Carlo McCormick is taking shape with another exhibition to beautify these...

3 Kings Exhibition @ Subliminal Projects Recap featuring Futura, Fab 5 Freddy & Lee Quinones

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Subliminal Projects recently opened its first fall show of 2011, “3 Kings,” featuring the work of Futura, Fab 5 Freddy & Lee Quinones. In classic NYC subway graffiti lore, a “King” is one who has achieved the most recogni...

Lee Quiñones “Taking The Fifth” Exhibition @ bOb Gallery

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A prominent artist who rose to fame during New York City’s subway art movement, Lee Quiñones played an influential role in helping to promote the graffiti movement. Since then, Quiñones has collaborated with everyone from Nike and adidas to...

Life + Times: Lee Quinones

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Life + Times recently caught up with legendary NYC artist Lee Quinones for a chat about his past and current endeavors. Lee rose to fame in the 1970s as the New York subway graffiti movement erupted, forever immortalizing him amongst the greats a...

Os Gemeos & Co. Mini Subway Car at MOCA “Art in the Streets”

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Amongst all exhibitions and highlights taking place at the recently commenced MOCA “Art in the Streets,” pioneering hip-hop photographer Martha Cooper shares with us some work by Os Gemeos. Paying homage to New York’s past, the...

Lee Quinones & co. “Art in the Streets” Mural

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After its removal of a controversial mural painted by Italian street artist Blu, the MOCA has commissioned another artist to cover the wall of its Geffen Contemporary gallery. This time around, they’ve chosen New York street artist and graf...