Whenever a Banksy appears, controversy is sure to follow. His latest work is no different.
A new book and exhibition document Art in Ad Places, a recently completed and year-long project to replace New York City advertising with art.
A provocative, building-length mural has aroused responses from giggles to outrage.
The oft-vandalized mural was removed from its original site on the wall of a warehouse in 2014 and placed in the hands of local conservator Elise Grenier.
The anonymous art collective Indecline hung eight clowns dressed in KKK robes from a tree in Richmond, Virginia.
In 2014, the renowned street artist created a mural in Williamsburg that was very similar to a record cover he designed for Interpol. The resulting legal dispute recently spawned its third appeal.
On August 20, Vroman’s Bookstore is hosting a conversation around the Chicano murals of the 1960s and ’70s, in advance of an exhibition at LA Plaza de Cultura y Artes.
Some 15 tile pieces by the French street artist Invader have been pried off city’s walls by two men claiming to be municipal workers.
The New York-based street artist Tom Bob has a knack for bringing mundane bits of the cityscape to cartoonish life.
Before it’s razed, 140 Essex Street is hosting a one-weekend exhibition featuring 10 murals by 10 artists.
On Sunday afternoon, 18 artists gathered in front of David Choe’s mural, which was recently painted over, to protest rape culture in light of the street artist’s own history.
The graffiti crew Big Time Mafia has scrawled its initials across Choe’s controversial Lower East Side mural, completed less than a week ago.