News Tagged: This Side of Paradise

  • Recap: "This Side of Paradise" on BET

    BET shot a nice recap of the opening of This Side of Paradise, a unique exhibition in and even more unique space up in the Bronx. Check out the video above which features Cope2 and Indie in addition to some of the other people who made the show happen.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday April 24, 2012

  • This Side of Paradise Exhibition Opens More Rooms

    This Side of Paradise, a huge art exhibition that opened last week at The Andrew Freedman House on 167th street in the Bronx, has opened up more bedrooms containing new work by artists featured in the show.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday April 10, 2012

  • Cope2 Rocks The Andrew Freeman Home for "This Side of Paradise" Opening

    Cope2 just collaborated with Shepard Fairey and rocked the facade of the Andrew Freeman Home to kick off the opening of the This Side of Paradise show up in the Bronx. He gave the wall facade a face lift with his signature throwies leading up to two large Shepard Fairey Giant icons reminiscent of their collaborations in the past.

    ©12ozProphet - Thursday April 05, 2012

  • Preview: "This Side of Paradise" Opens TODAY

    No Longer Empty has transformed The Andrew Freedman Home, a once unoccupied mansion in the Bronx, into a massive art installation opening tonight at 6pm. The show, This Side of Paradise, features a wide range of artists.

    ©12ozProphet - Wednesday April 04, 2012

  • Preview: How & Nosm "Reflections" New York City via Street Art News

    This Side of Paradise is an awesome artistic intervention transforming The Andrew Freedman Home in the Bronx into a contemporary art space. Over the weekend Street Art News got a preview look at How and Nosm's installation Reflections.

    ©12ozProphet - Tuesday March 27, 2012

  • Preview: "This Side of Paradise" at the Andrew Freedman Home in the Bronx

    Daze, John Ahearn, and nearly 30 other artists are participating in an instillation at the Andrew Freedman Home, a worn down retirement home for the formerly wealthy in the Bronx.

    ©12ozProphet - Monday March 26, 2012