Sebastian Buck, the founder/curator/writer of unurth.com, has made a list of the 50 greatest street artists right now.
Street art is nothing new, and neither are the art dealers and banker douchebags who try to cash in on “the next big thing”. But what the high art world often fails to realize is that the core of street art is the public display of the work and the interaction with the world—it has little to do with screenprints on gallery walls. This is also probably why it continues to remain a valid art form no matter how many Banksy paintings Brad Pitt buys.
This week, we’re giddy about the arrival of the Miami collective FriendsWithYou for the launch of their forty piece environmental installation. The exhibit is called Rainbow City and it’s a celebration of Section 2 of the High Line.
FriendsWithYou presents a vibrant collection of mutable,…