12 May 2017

The Art of Spray Paint Exhibition

Wall Works NY is pleased to present The Art of Spray Paint, a group exhibition curated by Lori Zimmer. Zimmer’s recent book of the same name was released in January of this year with Rockport Publishers, and delves into the history and diversity of artists working with spray paint. From the first conceptual experimenters in the 1960s to the graffiti movement and into modernity, the book follows the adoption and adaptation of spray paint by

21 Apr 2017

ROCK PAPER SCISSORS IN SUPPORT OF LOWER EAST SIDE GIRLS CLUB

Join us March 30th at The Highline Loft for Rock Paper Scissors, an incredible night of live art and drinks, hosted by Deborah Harry, Cynthia Rowley, Rosario Dawson, Chloë Sevigny, and an incredible host committee to benefit The Lower East Side Girls Club’s Alphabet City Art School. Up for auction were pieces like original photograph of Deborah Harry by Bob Gruen, works by Christo, Fred Tomaselli, Miya Ando, Logan Hicks, Drew Conrad, Swoon, Wayne White

28 Feb 2017

The Art of Spray Paint

Released by Rockport Publishers (January 1, 2017), The Art of Spray Paint: Inspirations and Techniques from Masters of Aerosol features the work of 20 diverse artists using spray paint, from emerging to well known names. Profiled artist include CRASH, PichiAvo, BR163, Logan Hicks, Joe Iurato, Nick Walker, Casey Gray, Tristan Eaton, Matt Eaton, Hueman, Elle, Tatiana Suarez, Conor Harrington, Remi Rough, Will Hutnick, Rubin415, Zac Braun, Ian Kuali’i, Ele Pack, Dana Oldfather, as well as

4 Jan 2017

The Art of Cardboard

Released by Rockport Publishers (July 15, 2015), The Art of Cardboard: Big Ideas for Creativity, Collaboration, Storytelling, and Reuse features the work of 20 artists who elevate ordinary cardboard into the fine art realm. Featuring Laurence Vallieres, Lacy Barry, Muffinhead, Ann Weber, Taro Hattori, Jillian Salik, Dosshaus, Kiel Johnson, Maikai'i Tubbs, EVOL, Chris Gilmour, Andy Barrett, Daniel Agdag, and more. Breathe new life into that old cardboard box! Though paper and cardboard seem common and