BSA Film Friday: 11.25.22 | Brooklyn Street Art

BSA Film Friday: 11.25.22 | Brooklyn Street Art

BSA Film Friday: 11.25.22 | Brooklyn Street Art






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Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.

Now screening:
1. Luna Luna – The Art Amusement Park Returns
2. Gera 1 Combines Glitch and Figurative in Berlin
3. “Forever Is Now” Second Edition at Giza Pyramids via Art D’Egypte

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35 years after its first creation, the Luna Luna is resurrected from its original home in Hamburg in 1987 to tour other cities. Inspired by a traditional luna park,the original works like a Keith Haring Carousel, the Basquiat Ferris Wheel, and many other features designed by about 28 more artists like Kenny Scharf, Roy Lichtenstein, and David Hockney, they called this “The world’s first and only art amusement park.”

Luna Luna – The Art Amusement Park Returns

https://lunaluna.com/

Gera 1 Combines Glitch and Figurative in Berlin

“As long as I can remember, I was always interested in distortion,” says Gera1 about this new mural in Berlin, which he says combines elements of figurative painting with glitch art. He doesn’t mention his sublime sense of color.

“Forever Is Now” Second Edition at Giza Pyramids via Art D’Egypte

Forever is Now .02 showcased ambitious works by Therèse Antoine (Egypt), Natalie Clark (USA/Spain), Mohammed Al Faraj (Saudi Arabia), Emilio Ferro (Italy), Zeinab Al Hashemi (UAE), JR (France), Ahmed Karaly (Egypt), Liter of Light, eL Seed (Tunisian), SpY (Spanish), Pascale Tayou (Cameroon) and Jwan Yosef (Syria/Sweden).

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Rubble Kings. © Perry Kretz

 

Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. “Rubble Kings” : Gangs, Graffiti, Hip-Hop in 1970s NYC …