BEYOND THE STREETS now makes its way to New York City’s Brooklyn borough to launch an even more massive exhibition than its inaugural Los Angeles installment last year. Taking over two floors of the new Twenty Five Kent building in Williamsburg, the sprawling street art showcase boasts original artworks, sculptures, paintings, and installations by over 150 international artists including Futura, Shepard Fairey, Vhils, Felipe Pantone, MADSAKI, Takashi Murakami, REVOK, among others.
Highlighted presentations include MADSAKI’s second-floor space that features towering paintings and a large-scale Hollow sculpture covered in graffiti, adidas’ section in the first floor to honor the Beastie Boys with archival pieces designed by iconic artist Cey Adams and Kenny Scharf’s sizable booth that is covered with wall paintings of his imaginary characters alongside a totem-like sculpture. Moreover, Felipe Pantone wrapped a trio of tall windows to create an optical illusion and Todd James built an immersive room filled with all kinds of acid-induced works portraying his cartoonish subjects.
Tour the massive exhibition above and then visit BEYOND THE STREETS’ website for further details.
BEYOND THE STREETS NEW YORK
25 Kent Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11249