British street artist Banksy was taking the day off from creating artworks for his New York “residency” Wednesday, for what he called “police activity.”
British street artist Banksy has now hit all five boroughs in his month-long New York “residency” and his work has continued to turn heads.
As elusive street artist Banksy continues his month-long “residency” in New York, devoted fans are watching every day to find out where his latest work might turn up.
The elusive British artist Banksy has been the talk of New York in recent days, since his graffiti works have begun appearing around the city in what he called an attempt to “host an entire show on the streets of New York.”
Despite its strides into the mainstream, street art still tends to be mostly a man’s game. These six artists are some of the best around, working in diverse styles and media, portraying a range of experiences and messages, pushing the boundaries of urban art in New York City. And they just happen to be women.
The streets of New York City have always been a canvas. Today, many professionally trained artists see a porous boundary between the work they show in galleries and the work they do on the streets.