We talk with the incredible Abby Martin, who after stepping down from her role as an anchor RT News, stepped into the art world. Our story here: http://bit.ly/1qxWRW8
#classic! L.A. Car Culture: we check out the 14th Annual Uptown Whittier Car Show »> http://bit.ly/1t6LGpU
street artists and Michelle Obama want you to drink more wat-aah: http://bit.ly/1sPtazy
Last day to see Alex Pardee’s Bunnywith at Fifty24PDX Gallery! »> http://bit.ly/Xss3eH
London, your weekend show: ALO’s Hail to the Loser just opened at Saatchi Gallery’s Print Space »> http://bit.ly/1rYgGHS
The long abandoned Miami Marine Stadium in Key Biscayne has been a favorite hot spot for local and international street artists since it closed after Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Because of the ever-changing murals, the site has become an unexpected open-air gallery, adding incredible color to the secluded inlet once used for speed boat racing. Recognizing this renewed interest, the city of Miami, along with the Friends of Miami Marine Stadium and the National Trust, are planning to revamp the stadium back into use within five years. But before the stadium is restored and a lush new park is created, the site will be home to the ARTHistory Mural Project, a rotating exhibition of invited street artists, curated by one of their own: stencil artist Logan Hicks.
Fintan Magee and Askew One’s week-long show Oceanic ends tomorrow at Rex Romae.Get at it! »> http://bit.ly/1s22fAg