• April 1, 2014
  • Posted by Sara

10s Crew of Saigon Paints Biggest Wall in Vietnam

  Graffiti has been around for decades in the U.S., but in some parts of the world it's a budding youth movement. We were so impressed by this massive production by the 10s Crew in Saigon, Vietnam. Take a good look at their rusty scaffolding and wobbly bamboo ladders. No matter the conditions they have to work with, these guys are still pushing their limits to go big. It's inspiring to see the way art continues to transcend cultural and language barriers and connects us all. It'

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  • March 25, 2014
  • Posted by Sara

Sautel Cago remembers the Japanese Tsunami

In honor of the Japanese Tsunami and Fukushima anniverdary on March 11th, French Sautel Cago traveled to different cities destroyed by the Tsunami to paint on destroyed homes with the phrase "Remember the Tsunami" in Japanese. He spent 6 days there walking around, finding shelter inside laundromats or on the street. Sautel states that "Even after 2 years, there is still a lot to rebuild."  Hopefully Sautel's artwork brings some brightness and joy to the devastated area!

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  • March 14, 2014
  • Posted by Sara

YOU’RE INVITED: TEENAGE FILM SCREENING IN NYC

Matt Wolf’s film, TEENAGE, is an innovative documentary on the genesis of youth culture from the end of the 19th century through the first half of the 20th. Narrated by Jena Malone and Ben Whishaw and set to a a shimmering contemporary score by Bradford Cox (Deerhunter / Atlas Sound), TEENAGE is a mesmerizing trip into the past and a riveting look at the very idea of “coming-of-age.”  Matt's debut feature film profiled elusive musician Arthur Russell and he recently partnered with the Whitney to create a

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