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A Preview of Beyond the Streets ~ Opens May 6th

10:56 AM PDT on May 5, 2018

    BEYOND THE STREETS is the premier exhibition of graffiti, street art and beyond, celebrating the soaring heights to which the world’s most recognizable modern art movement has risen. BEYOND THE STREETS is a groundbreaking multimedia showcase of paintings, sculpture, photography, installations and more throughout 40,000+ sq ft of industrial indoor and outdoor space.

    The Godfather of Los Angeles graffiti, Chaz Bojórquez, talking with the media about the show and his work on display for BTS.

    Installation by artist Marquis "RETNA" Lewis.

    Taki 183 and Lady Pink chatting at Media Day for BTS.

    East Los Angeles artist Gajin Fujita, member of LA graffiti crews K2S and KGB.

    Graffiti writer / clothing designer "SLICK" sitting next to his piece for BTS.

    Artist Shepard Fairey being interviewed about the importance of the work in BTS locally in Los Angeles and around the world.

    Installation by artist Mr. Cartoon & photographer Estevan Oriol.

    Thing maker / art educator Kristofferson San Pablo explaining his work to me in detail at BTS.

    DABSMYLA talking about their installation and current evolution of their artwork.

    ZESER showing me his spread in the BTS catalog.

    New York original, Chris "FREEDOM" Pape, signing his page in the BTS catalog.

    Lastly, the successfully recreated adidas Skateboarding Venice Pavillion for BTS.

    Beyond The Streets opens May 6th and runs til July 6th 2018. To get your tickets for this event visit, showclix.com. Also, follow the IG account @beyondthestreetsart for updates regarding this event. All photos by senior event photographer Erwin Recinos.

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