Barry McGee Art Career - Expanding Graffiti to Fine Art Continues in Paris
Barry McGee has always been a master of contracting and expanding, often in the same show, and even more so on just one painting. Space is key, dense patterns juxtaposed with intentional openess.
The "Cat's Cradle": Timothy Curtis' New Exhibition in New York City
So much has changed in the life and work of Timothy Curtis since starred on the scene in 2016.
1969 Super Sport Camaro: A New Print Drop from Lady Pink
When the gavel dropped on Lady Pink's iconic 1984 painting, 1969 Super Sport Camaro, it was already famed for being part of Keith Haring's personal collection.
The 15 Best Graffiti Art Books Everyone Should Have On Their Shelf
The history of graffiti is synonymous with the documentation of the art form. Inevitably, this means books. And there are a ton of books on the sub...
The History of Spray Paint
When pioneering teenagers in both Philadelphia and New York City began spraying their names on walls, buses, trains and a v...
The Skull Will Never Die: LA Graffiti and 50 Years of Art History with Chaz Bojórquez
On the occasion of his print release with BEYOND THE STREETS, we spoke with Chaz about the evolving Los Angeles art world, how he sees his place in Los Angeles graffiti art hi...
Historical section at BEYOND THE STREETS New York, 2019. Photo by Dan Bradica
A-One by John Ahearn, Stephen Powers, DABSMYLA and Maya Hayuk at BEYOND THE STREETS Los Angeles, 2018. Photo by Beau Roulette
Beastie Boys at BEYOND THE STREETS New York, 2019. Photo by Dan Bradica.
Charlie Ahearn, Kenny Scharf and Spray Paint Can Collection at BEYOND THE STREETS Los Angeles, 2018. Photo by Beau Roulette
Trash Records, RISK, Mister Cartoon and Estevan Oriol at BEYOND THE STREETS New York, 2019. Photo by Dan Bradica.