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MTN WATER BASED STUDIO WORKS X SEHER & SMITHE from Montana Colors on Vimeo.
Mexican artists Smithe and Seher happened to coincide on their visits to Barcelona, and both got down to try the MTN Water Based 300. Our Montana Colors offices got turned into a improvised studio when the two artists experimented with the possibilities of water based aerosol paint. They themselves explain about their experience and the particularities around the functions of the Water Based in this really interesting edition of MTN Water Based Studio Works.
© Los Montana & 12ozProphet - Thursday November 20, 2014
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This is my first music video in a minute. I really like this tune. It makes the creative process way more enjoyable.
Alo Wala is just a dope hot new act to follow and the whole crew involved in the process all have mad talent.
If they ever pop in your area do yourself a favor and catch them live.
A Nectar production
For Alo Wala
© Jamil GS & 12ozProphet - Tuesday November 18, 2014
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First Annual “Jason “DG ONE” Wulf memorial.
Art show fundraiser, featuring work by; JA, Easy, Ghost, Ces, Skuf, Ket, Noah, Peak, Queen Andrea, Spot, Duel, Toper and many others…
All proceeds from the art sales will be donated to Jason’s headstone fund.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm
The PowerHouse Arena
37 Main Street
© Chino & 12ozProphet - Tuesday November 18, 2014
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Street Art week in Enköping - Two of the world’s leading street artists including the pioneer in the Swedish street art and graffiti scene comes to Enköping . Bates- Inkie – Byhr opens their show on the 22nd of November at Enköpings Art Museum. This is a unique collaboration between urban artroom, the city of Enköping and Enköpings art museum. During the week there will be several activities like live painings, graffiti school for kids, lectures and on Saturday 22nd of November the opening of the exhibition. For more information around the program look here:
for price/pdf file.
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Monday November 17, 2014
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SAWE X THE ZOMBIE KIDS, THE WALL from Montana Colors on Vimeo.
In the beginning of October Sawe surprised us all with his amazing video made in collaboration with Tomás Peña for the music group The Zombie Kids. But it doesn’t end there, and today we can present the second part of the matter. This is a supplementary video on the same theme, but about a mural he made, and it comes booming to the catchy track by TZK together with the same characters of the video animation. The truth is that it is a real pleasure to enjoy the combination of the good taste and solid skills this writer from Barcelona sits on.
© Los Montana & 12ozProphet - Sunday November 16, 2014
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Hi-ARTS and Carlos Mare Release Inside Out: The Peoples Art Project Inspired by World Renowned Photographer JR
- Uniting Spanish Harlem and South Dakota in a Cultural Exchange -
Address- 304 East 100st off 2nd Ave. from 6-8pm November 14th
New York, NY November 14, 2014 Today Hi-ARTS, a not for profit organization of arts and culture, announces their latest project Inside Out: Mi Gente/Oyáte kin The Peoples Art Project inspired by prolific photographer and TED prize winner JR. Hi-ARTS and Carlos Mare, their curatorial director, will follow in the worldwide participation with two photographers, Willi White of South Dakota and Peter Pabon of Spanish Harlem to capture portraits of their respective communities. The Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota and Spanish Harlem in New York will showcase this public installation in a cultural gallery exchange transforming messages of personal identity into pieces of artistic work.
Inside Out: The Peoples Art Project/Group Action is a global participatory photo program inspired by JR’s wish to change the world by celebrating the individuality of people in different communities. Black-and-white portraits are used to tell the story and are then shared with the public through large prints around 36 inches x 53 inches. Nearly 200,000 people from 112 countries and territories have participated in this groundbreaking event. Hi-ARTS is excited to take part in this global movement to tackle bold themes such as hope, diversity, and gender-based violence.
Hi-ARTS has partnered with two talented photographers, Native American Willi White of the Oglata Lakota Tribe and Peter Pabon of Spanish Harlem, to document their communities for Inside Out. The Oglata’s reservation of Pine Ridge is among the poorest of the 334 Indian reservations in the United States. The people face as much as 80 percent unemployment, a life expectancy of age 48, and a median income of $3,000 a year.
Both White and Pabon wanted to bring their love of the arts to their community, while helping and supporting the people. The photos were taken in September 2014 and are set to appear in two separate gallery openings this fall.
“We are thrilled to announce the opening of these two incredibly diverse exhibits. It has been an amazing experience working with Willi and Peter who have deep roots in their communities and were able to shine light on the people who live in them,” says Kamilah Forbes, Producing Artistic Director of Hi-ARTS.
The gallery opening at the Pine Ridge Reservation will take place on October 17th in South Dakota. The Spanish Harlem opening will be held at the Hi-ARTS Gallery and Artspace PS109 on November 14th.
Hi-ARTS is made possible through generous support from many organizations including the Ford Foundation, National Association of Latino Arts & Culture, New York State Council on the Arts, First Peoples Fund and individual supporters. For more information about Hi-ARTS Inside Out: The People Art Project/Group Action, please visit http://www.hi-artsnyc.org
ABOUT HI-ARTS - The mission of Hi-ARTS (formerly known solely as the Hip-Hop Theater Festival) is to support Hip-Hop as a vibrant urban art and culture movement by nurturing the creation of innovative work within the Hip-Hop aesthetic; presenting and touring artists whose work addresses the socio-political issues relevant to the Hip-Hop generation; and serving young, urban communities through outreach and education. For thirteen years, Hi-ARTS has consistently broken new ground, elevating both Hip-Hop and Theater by empowering artists to develop bold new works, while creating a lasting and positive impact on urban communities.
ABOUT THE INSIDE OUT PROJECT - Inside Out is a large-scale participatory art project that transforms messages of personal identity into pieces of artistic work. Everyone is challenged to use black and white photographic portraits to discover, reveal and share the untold stories and images of people around the world. These digitally uploaded images are made into posters and sent back to the project’s co-creators, for them to exhibit in their own communities. Posters can be placed anywhere, from a solitary image in an office window, to a wall of an abandoned building, or in a full stadium. These exhibitions will be documented, archived and be made available online at http://www.insideoutproject.net/ The I.NSIDE OUT project is a creation of the artist JR, recipient of the 2011 TED Prize.
© Mare 139 & 12ozProphet - Friday November 14, 2014
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Film still from the Cityboy video for Alo Wala here featuring street dancer turned pro Wendell Bullen.
Shot in North west Brooklyn.
Video soon come.
© Jamil GS & 12ozProphet - Wednesday November 12, 2014
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making of the wallpainting “DAIMmonomania” by Mirko Reisser (DAIM).
At the zone contemporaine, Bern (Switzerland), for exhibition: “Mirko Reisser (DAIM) | monomania”.
© Bates & 12ozProphet - Wednesday November 12, 2014