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Archive Sale - January 14th

Join us for our annual archive sale this Saturday Jan. 14th!

2 ailes Alain Ganev Vente d'archives ASVP Chris Dyer Cycle DeeDee Fafi Glacé et Sot Jason Wasserman L7M Le Diamantaire Lucy Moineau Maser Mr. A Poisson Prefab77 Ricardo Cavolo Ryan Labrosse Galerie Station 16 Stikki Peaches Waxhead Whatisadam Radiographie | 12/01/2017

The Day is My Enemy

Station 16 Gallery is back in New York City to present The Day is My Enemy, a solo show of the street artist, DeeDee. Highlighting themes of deception and destruction, The Day is My Enemy explores the public personas we show to the world and the private identities we keep to ourselves. 
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A DEAD FLY ON THE WINDSHIELD OF TIME: Part I of "What is an Artist?"

 

 

 

 

In early January, I settled down with Sarah Thornton’s new book 33 Artists in 3 Acts in which she poses what appears to be the simplest of questions: What is an artist? Within the first few pages, Thornton is already dismayed to have people reply: “An artist is someone who makes art.”   

I scoffed. My answer would be so much more profound, detailed and smart! Clearly, an artist is… blank. What is an artist? Over dinner, my husband, who is not involved in the art world, answered promptly: “Emily, it’s simple. An artist is a creator.” Really? This seemed too all-encompassing for my taste. One can create with no intent towards art. No, it wasn’t simple at all. 

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Outdoor Gallery - Book Signing at Station 16 Gallery

Growing up in New York City during the ‘80s, what one would now refer to as “old-school graffiti” surrounded Yoav Litvin. Several years ago, following a sports injury that disallowed Litvin from any physical activity other than walking, he began exploring the city by foot for miles upon miles while simultaneously discovering the urban arts of the city. Litvin found himself overwhelmed by the progression of graffiti culture into the contemporary trend of street art currently flourishing New York City, which led to an avid following of the movement. As a photographer, Litvin naturally documented the city streets through his camera, resulting in visual recording of the city’s landscape, as well as the idea to create Outdoor Gallery.
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Street Artist DAIN Brings Glamour & Graffiti To Your Walls

Using images of Hollywood icons and fashion models, the New York based artist DAIN juxtaposes celebrity icons, creating hybrids that dissociate the familiar to create something surreal.  Coupling male and female identity, playing with proportions and contexts, DAIN unified characters, which simultaneously complements and detracts from the whole. In his correlated images, our idealizations of these famous personalities become empty.  This month, Leanna Valente, author of Art & Fashion, was given the opportunity to interview the artist.

By Leanna Valente – www.artandfashionsalon.blogspot.com

article exposition d'art art de rue de brooklyn dain déesse graffiti montreal art montréal mural art de rue new-yorkais nyc art de l'affiche impression sérigraphie poste 16 street art pâte de blé | 02/06/2014