Must See Art: FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds at Brooklyn Museum

Posted by The G on August 20, 2015 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Art by FAILE (& BAST).

Faile and Bast - Deluxx Fluxx Arcade at Brooklyn Museum

Faile and Bast – Deluxx Fluxx Arcade at Brooklyn Museum

Thank the lord for mind-blowing art exhibits.  The Brooklyn Museum has one that is sure to make your head explode.  It is by street artists FAILE (and BAST) and it’s called “Savage/Sacred Young Minds.”  It consists of 3 parts:  canvases by FAILE, the Deluxx Fluxx Arcade (with BAST) and Temple.  I’ll quickly take you through each one.

FAILE

Faile

If you live in New York, you’ve surely seen FAILE’s art on the streets (and they’ve put it up in many other cities in the world).  The above picture is not a great representation, but if you look closely at their works (use Google!), there are so many things going on in each painting.  Intricate phrases, imagery and other worlds exist in each work and you could spend hours looking at just one painting without getting bored.

Faile/Bast- Deluxx Fluxx Arcade at Brooklyn Museum

Faile/Bast- Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

Next is the Deluxx Fluxx Arcade.  A literal arcade with Faile/Bast art lining the walls, so with that alone, you could be in there for days just staring at all the millions of things going on in each work, but if there were “only” all that going on, it wouldn’t be enough.  So add to that, about 30 video game machines that also feature the art of Faile/Bast that are fully playable, and rather than just being normal arcade games, they are all one of a kind games featuring their art.  Once again, it would be really cool if the arcade stopped there, but alas, you go into the next room which is bathed in black light!

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

If your head hasn’t exploded by the time you reach this room, I don’t think we can be friends!

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

 

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

G inside Deluxx Fluxx Arcade. Photo by Gail.

So after you’ve picked your brain up off the floor from exploding, this exhibit is not done yet!

Temple

Temple

Finally, a temple in ruins, entitled “Temple,” is housed in an atrium of the museum and like everything you’ve seen in the exhibit, there’s a million things going on.

Temple

Temple Sculpture

Inside the temple

Temple Sculpture

View of the inside of the temple

Partial view of the inside of the temple

These pictures don’t do this art justice, so make sure you head down to the Brooklyn Museum to see this amazing exhibit. FAILE: Savage/Sacred Young Minds runs through October 4, 2015 and should not be missed!  Click here for more information.

Deluxx Fluxx Arcade

 

10 Years of Wooster Collective at Jonathan Levine

Posted by The G on August 12, 2013 under Street Art | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Trustocorp

Trustocorp

If you are a fan of street art and are in the New York area, you must check out “10 Years of Wooster Collective” at Jonathan Levine Gallery.  Wooster Collective was at one time the go to site on the web to see street art from across the world and this exhibit celebrates the glory days.  Some of the participating artists include:  ABOVE, AIKO, Anthony Lister, Bast, Ben Eine, Blek le Rat, Bo130, Buffmonster, C215, Chris Stain, Cope2, Crash, D*Face,  DALeast, Dan Witz, Daniel Sparkes, Dark Cloud, ELBOW-TOE,  Eltono,  Faile,  Faith 47, Galo,  How & Nosm, Hyuro,  Invader, Jace, Jordan Seiler, JR, Kenny Scharf, Logan Hicks, Liu Bolin, Ludo, Mark Jenkins, Martha Cooper, Mcity, Michael De Feo, Microbo, Miss Van, Olek,  Paul Insect, Ron English, Skewville,  Skullphone,  Stikman,  Swoon,  The London Police, TrustoCorp, Vhils, Vinz, Will Barras, WK, xoooox and Zevs.

Skewville

Skewville

This exhibit is only up for a limited time (August 24, 2013 to be exact) so don’t miss this!  The gallery space is in a pop-up location – 525 West 22nd Street in Manhattan.

Liu Bolin, Kenny Scharf

Liu Bolin, Kenny Scharf

Dumbo by Bast

Posted by The G on March 26, 2012 under Street Art | Be the First to Comment

Photo by G.  Art by Bast.

Dumbo

Dumbo

Loving this!

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