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Pucker up // 16 Famous Kisses in the History of Art

They're kissing, we're telling.... Here are some of the most iconic kisses in the history of art, as seen by our favorite Masters. Which one is your favorite? Continue reading ›

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Come draw with Brooklyn Art Project on the world’s biggest shared digital canvas

We set up Brooklyn Art Project area for everyone to draw on a shared digital canvas that anyone can draw on or upload images to. It was created by the geniuses over at WebCanvas.com Ltd, a London based start-up that got the attention of Sir Tim Berners-Lee (the father of World Wide Web) who loves the ... Continue reading ›

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Doing What I Love – Kim McCarthy

Kim McCarthy a.k.a. SOULE is one of the most prolific member artist on Brooklyn Art Project.  She is based in Seattle, WA and has exhibited her work at the early age of 16.  This past year, this artist executed 14 paintings in one day.  Originally her canvas were facades of buildings on the streets of Spokane ... Continue reading ›

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Home is Where the Heart Is – Brad Strain

Brooklyn Art Project member artist Brad Strain is based in Seattle since 2002, a Kiwi, hailing from the cultural capital in Australia, beautiful Melbourne.  Splendidly, he's a self-taught painter with a strong photography and film background.  His latest "Home" series is both playful and dejected, in that it stirs childhood dreams of treehouses, and various adult ... Continue reading ›

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BEHIND THE SEEN IN BUSHWICK

Behind the Seena group exhibition curated by Michael De Feoat AD HOC ARTDecember 13th, 2007 through January 20th, 2008Opening Reception: December 13th, 7pm-9pm A collection of artists and artist collectives, all who highly regard the street as their canvas fiercely decontextualized on the basis of medium. FROM AD HOC ART: Assembling a group of well known street artists from ... Continue reading ›

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Flying South – Miami Aqua Hotel (4 of 4)

2007 holds the count for 22 satellite art fairs that are taking place in addition to Art Basel Miami Beach.  Sensory overload is a luxury.  Art fairs certainly provides an insight to trends in painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, installation, photography, video and performance.  In addition to trends in mediums, it also allows you to see art ... Continue reading ›

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Flying South – Miami SCOPE (3 of 4)

2007 holds the count for 22 satellite art fairs that are taking placein addition to Art Basel Miami Beach.  Sensory overload is a luxury.  Art fairs certainly provides an insight to trends in painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, installation, photography, video and performance.  In addition to trends in mediums, it also allows you to see art from a multitude of cities around ... Continue reading ›

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150,000 Art Lovers Converge in DUMBO Brooklyn

Well folks it's officially that time of year again. The 11th Annual Art Under the Bridge Festival officially gets underway this Friday, September 28th through Sunday, September 30 here in Brooklyn, New York. Dumbo Arts Center, the Festival?s Producer is anticipating over 150,000 visitors again this year. Sixty new art works will be scattered throughout the ... Continue reading ›