SCOPE - New York 2015
Station 16 Gallery is excited return to the Big Apple this weekend to exhibit at SCOPE Art Show. As one of the largest contemporary art fairs, SCOPE engages with an increasingly international audience and attracts visitors worldwide. Known for its ability to forecast visual trends and emerging artists, SCOPE has a history of innovative curation and presentation. This year marks SCOPE's 15th anniversary of the art fair's New York exhibition, occurring simultaneously with The Amory Show. With 60 galleries from across the globe exhibiting at SCOPE, Station 16 will feature all local artists to showcase emerging talent in contemporary, Canadian art.
The Street Museum of Art: Curating an Urban Landscape
The Street Museum of Art presents a unique and innovative approach to experiencing art by extending beyond the physicality of a museum or gallery. By combining the strategic curation and organization of a museum with the guerilla techniques of a street artist, SMoA is the first public art program of its kind.
The Street Museum of Art présente une approche unique et novatrice quant à une expérience de l'art qui va au-delà de l'espace physique du musée ou de la galerie. Combinant le commissariat d'exposition stratégique propre au musée et les techniques de street artists, le SMoA présente un programme artistique sans précédent, unique en son genre.
The Bomarr Blog: Soundtracks to Street Art
While street artists tend to keep their personal lives private, the Background Noise series on the Bomarr Blog adds another dimension to the identity of street artists: their favorite music. The series features weekly interviews with street artists along with a curated playlist by the respective artist. For street art fans like us, this is one of the coolest blog ideas we have come across. Over the past 10 months, the blog has featured a number of Station 16 artists, including Stikki Peaches, Enzo & Nio, gilf!, with the latest edition highlighting Whatisadam.
Fugetaboutit (Star Wars GQ)