Artist Nick Stern has released a series entitled “You are not Banksy,” which photographically replicates characters and scenes from Banksy’s famous graffiti art. The images reflect on iconic stencil art such as “Throwing Flowers,” “Bomb Girl,” “Kissing Coppers,” and more.
Banksy: From Still Life to Real Life by http://nickstern.com/
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Artist Nick Stern has released a series entitled “You are not Banksy,” which photographically replicates characters and scenes from Banksy’s famous graffiti art. The images reflect on iconic stencil art such as “Throwing Flowers,” “Bomb Girl,” “Kissing Coppers,” and more.
Banksy: From Still Life to Real Life by http://nickstern.com/
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Artist Nick Stern has released a series entitled “You are not Banksy,” which photographically replicates characters and scenes from Banksy’s famous graffiti art. The images reflect on iconic stencil art such as “Throwing Flowers,” “Bomb Girl,” “Kissing Coppers,” and more.
Banksy: From Still Life to Real Life by http://nickstern.com/
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Artist Nick Stern has released a series entitled “You are not Banksy,” which photographically replicates characters and scenes from Banksy’s famous graffiti art. The images reflect on iconic stencil art such as “Throwing Flowers,” “Bomb Girl,” “Kissing Coppers,” and more.
Banksy: From Still Life to Real Life by http://nickstern.com/
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Artist Nick Stern has released a series entitled “You are not Banksy,” which photographically replicates characters and scenes from Banksy’s famous graffiti art. The images reflect on iconic stencil art such as “Throwing Flowers,” “Bomb Girl,” “Kissing Coppers,” and more.

Banksy: From Still Life to Real Life by http://nickstern.com/

Today, we witnessed history being made. As the very first major U.S.  museum exhibition of graffiti and street art, MOCA presented the media  preview of Art in the Streets, an epic visual feast you must  experience for yourself! Tracing the development of graffiti and street  art from the ’70s to where it is today, MOCA pulled out all the stops -  educating us on the rich history, entertaining us with their “shows  within a show” (live skateboarding, a re-creation of an urban street,  etc) and inspiring us to find the artist within ourselves. Of course, the highlight of it all is seeing the art we’ve featured over  and over again on My Modern Met, up close and personal. Though the MOCA  is filled will incredible art and photographs around every corner, we  couldn’t help but spend a large portion of our time hanging out around  original works by our favorites - Banksy and Brazilian duo Os Gemeos.  For almost four months, April 17 to August 8, 2011, Art in the Streets will be open to the public. Spend a good portion of your day here to  really take in all that this show has to offer. Trust us, our pictures  do not do this show justice.
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Today, we witnessed history being made. As the very first major U.S. museum exhibition of graffiti and street art, MOCA presented the media preview of Art in the Streets, an epic visual feast you must experience for yourself! Tracing the development of graffiti and street art from the ’70s to where it is today, MOCA pulled out all the stops - educating us on the rich history, entertaining us with their “shows within a show” (live skateboarding, a re-creation of an urban street, etc) and inspiring us to find the artist within ourselves.

Of course, the highlight of it all is seeing the art we’ve featured over and over again on My Modern Met, up close and personal. Though the MOCA is filled will incredible art and photographs around every corner, we couldn’t help but spend a large portion of our time hanging out around original works by our favorites - Banksy and Brazilian duo Os Gemeos.

For almost four months, April 17 to August 8, 2011, Art in the Streets will be open to the public. Spend a good portion of your day here to really take in all that this show has to offer. Trust us, our pictures do not do this show justice.