Brooklyn street artist RAE is spending 24 hours a day, seven days a week, living and working inside the storefront.
What do you get when you give over 65 street artists and graffiti writers free reign in a former police station? This.
Walking into the Marianne Boesky Gallery’s summer exhibition I Bleed Black, the first work I saw was a small drawing of actor Michael Urie, best-known for his role in Ugly Betty. I knew I was in trouble. However, the art was not even the most worrisome part of the exhibition. The bizarrely academic language in the gallery press release made me want to tear up the sheet of paper in front of the sweet-looking gallery assistant.