Thursday, September 20, 2012

Street Art Panel at Doyle New York

Last night I had the good fortune to sit on a panel to discuss Street Art and its evolution from the streets into the galleries, and now most recently into the auction houses. The panel consisted of Buff Monster, COST, Hrag Vartanian, and myself with Angelo Madrigale of Doyle New York hosting the event and laying down a skillfully condensed history of graffiti and street art throughout the panel. The place was packed and the mood upbeat. Kathleen Doyle got the proceedings rolling with the following story involving former Mayor Ed Koch, wolves, and the MTA.

Graffiti Godfather speaks about his personal experiences bombing the streets of New York.

Bronx Graffiti Pioneer explains Wild Style

 Stay tuned for more videos of the event in the next few days

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