street art murals

Street art murals of 2015/16 on walls or trucks around NYC. I have painted a lot of Frida Kahlo themes in this period.

Recent murals

If truck, van or murals, I enjoy painting in a larger scale. It corresponds to a body movement, a physical expression, fun with larger lines involving the whole body.

Sept 2015, Rivington Wall, Parasol Projects: “selfie cult“, with activations organized by TeamCNTRL,  september: selfie night with music by RhythmLounge, on oct 22: Silent Disco, NYC social  and Bruce Cost Ginger Ale.

This year 2015 I organized the Morgan Walls in Bushwick, on Morgan Ave and Harrison Place, next to the L train Morgan exit, for the non profit Arts in Action. The project offered wall space with curated themes for 20 artists each series. On Instagram:  #morganwalls #artsinactionbushwick

April 2015,Females, Morgan Walls: The first series April through July had 20 artists examine women, portrayal or desire of the female image. Also seeking out female muralists and artists.

My mural was a surrealistic portrait of Michelle Obama.

July 26/27 2015 “selfies the new pop art?Morgan Walls. August through November, brought many expressions or illustrations about the selfie culture to the walls.

I chose Frida Kahlo, the real Queen of selfies, as my contribution to the theme.  This mural is still up, today Nov 3.

The Morgan Walls rotate art every 4 months, if the wall space remains available.

Selfie Cult Lower East Side LES NYC Sept 2015

Uta Brauser‘s “Selfie Cult,” a three paneled mural  challenges the idea of an
individual’s independence in the digital age. Not only for viewing, the mural will also provide backdrops for
public participation to use the mural to enhance their own selfies.
Uta, a renowned, German multidisciplinary street artist describes selfies as “a record to share our moments and online diaries in the social media arena.” The “Selfie Cult” concept reflects the current,viral sensation culture of the moment, documenting personal style with self reference and possibly a touch of narcissism.
Each panel opens its own dialogue about common Western attitudes and social media. The first panel,
‘ME,’ depicts Frida Kahlo­an original “selfie queen”, feminist, surrealist self portrait artist who reflects the
“me, me, me’ culture that today’s social media promotes. The second panel, ‘CONNECT’, displays
smartphones connected as an eternity knot symbol to represent how society is now ‘eternally connected’ to
and dependent on cell phones and the cyber world. The final panel, ‘SWALLOW’, presents a gigantic phone
with a mouth that appears ready to devour whomever stands in front of it and illustrates how technology may
eventually “swallow” its consumer.

Selfie Cult at Rivington Wall will launch between 6:00 pm and 8:00 pm on Thursday, September 17th.
Engaging activities will continue through late October to encourage bypassers to take fun selfies. Additional
details are available at http://www.Creative­
Rivington Wall is managed by the pop­up shop space company Parasol Projects. This collaboration is
curated and activated by the Cultural Engineers at Creative CNTRL.