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5 de Maio de 2011

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ART IN THE STREETS

14 de Abril de 2011

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Some photos fron the “artist openning” last 14, next 16 (saturday) the official opening!! more photos coming soon!
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“The subway installation head” in collaboration with Blade, Lee and Todd James, artist opening nigth! /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Lee Quinones Tagging the little subway car front / Photo: Martha Cooper®
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Todd James “Reas” in action / Photo: Martha Cooper®
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Blade paint the other side of the little subway car / Photo; Martha Cooper®
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subway train construction/ Photo: Marta Cooper®
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Surprised improvised guitar set by Seu Jorge /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Patti Astor/Photos:Osgemeos®
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A screening of Art Inconsequence /Photos:Osgemeos®
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The Cold Crush Brothers performance! /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Alice, “Chips” and Ray /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Jeffrey gave Neck a handout / Photo: Martha Cooper
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Megan Whitmarsh and Matthew Salata
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Osgemeos and Will /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Martha Cooper, Otavio and Nina /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Alex Faxo and Otavio /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Mode2 /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Lee, Charlie and Fab5 /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Jeffrey Deitch opening /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Team /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Street Market /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Street Market – Todd James /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Street Market – Barry Mcgee/ Josh /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Street Market – Todd James /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Katsu!! / Martha Cooper®
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Margaret Kilgallen /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Keith Haring /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Revok and Rime /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Rammellzee /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Space Invader /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Banksy /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Banksy canvas /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Mister Cartoon Ice cream car /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Lee Quinones sketchs /Photos:Osgemeos®
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Fun Gallery; Jean Michel Basquiat /Photos:Osgemeos®
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MOCA PRESENTS ART IN THE STREETS APRIL 17–AUGUST 8, 2011

Art in the Streets will showcase installations by 50 of the most dynamic artists from the graffiti and street art
community, including Banksy (London), Fab 5 Freddy (New York), Lee Quiñones (New York), Futura (New York),
Margaret Kilgallen (San Francisco), Swoon (New York), Shepard Fairey (Los Angeles), Os Gemeos (São Paulo),
and JR (Paris). MOCA’s exhibition will emphasize Los Angeles’s role in the evolution of graffiti and street art, with
special sections dedicated to cholo graffiti and Dogtown skateboard culture. The exhibition will feature works by
influential local artists such as Craig R. Stecyk III, Chaz Bojórquez, Mister Cartoon, Robbie Conal, RETNA, SABER,
REVOK, and RISK.
A special emphasis will be placed on photographers and filmmakers who documented graffiti and street art
culture including Martha Cooper, Henry Chalfant, James Prigoff, Steve Grody, Gusmano Cesaretti, Estevan Oriol,
Ed Templeton, Larry Clark, Terry Richardson, and Spike Jonze. A comprehensive timeline illustrated with artwork,
photography, video, and ephemera will provide further historical context for the exhibition.
Art in the Streets will feature several shows within the show. There will be a special section dedicated to the
Fun Gallery, which connected New York graffiti artists with the downtown art community in the early 1980s. Co-
curated by gallery founder Patti Astor, the Fun Gallery installation will feature the work of Keith Haring, Jean-Michel
Basquiat, and the graffiti artists who shaped the gallery’s history. A section dedicated to the seminal film Wild Style
(1983), co-curated by the film’s director Charlie Ahearn, will document its influence on the global dissemination of
graffiti and hip-hop culture. The exhibition will also feature a memorial presentation of Battle Station, a rarely seen
work by legendary artist and theorist RAMMELLZEE, and a display of graffiti black books and other historic works
from the Martin Wong Collection presented in collaboration with the Museum of the City of New York. A highlight
of the exhibition will be a Los Angeles version of Street Market, a re-creation of an urban street complete with
overturned trucks by Todd James, Barry McGee, and Steve Powers.
The exhibition will open with a skate ramp designed by pro-skater Lance Mountain and artist Geoff McFetridge.
Skate demonstrations by the Nike SB skate team will be held on Thursday and Saturday afternoons.
“Art in the Streets will be the first exhibition to position the work of the most influential artists to emerge from street
culture in the context of contemporary art history,” said MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch.
“This quintessentially urban and dynamic partnership between the Brooklyn Museum and MOCA began with the
2005 Brooklyn-organized exhibition of the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, the consummate American street artist of
his generation; continued with the MOCA-organized ©MURAKAMI in 2007, defining critical elements of worldwide
street art; and now culminates with a groundbreaking exhibition devoted entirely to street art and graffiti,” said
Brooklyn Museum Director Arnold L. Lehman. “The partnership has, in itself, provided a major record of public art
over the past half century.”
Art in the Streets is organized by Jeffrey Deitch and associate curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose. Gastman
is the author of The History of American Graffiti, which will be released in April 2011, and was a consulting
producer on the film Exit Through The Gift Shop. Rose curated the exhibition Beautiful Losers and directed the
related documentary film. Ethel Seno, editor of Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art, is the curatorial
coordinator of the exhibition. The Brooklyn Museum’s presentation will be organized by Managing Curator of
Exhibitions Sharon Matt Atkins.

Verdade

18 de Março de 2011

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“Você pode proteger uma verdade usando mil mentiras”
Vitche

cinema popular

15 de Março de 2011

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Estação Leopoldina… onde a história ficou esquecida…
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Maria Zilda, Photo: João Azevo®
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eta! equipe boa!!! Photo: João Azevo®
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A dupla de protagonistas, Fabiula Nascimento e Milhem Cortaz… magic moments!… Photos: osgemeos®
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A convite de Raphael Vieira fizemos uma pequena participação para o filme” Dores de Amores”, que poderá ser visto nos cinemas, com previsão de lançamento para setembro de 2011. O mais divertido foi estar
entre amigos como Gustavo Novaes, Fabiula, Milhem, Helena Sroulevich, Diogo Dahl, Roberto Talma, Raphael Vieira e toda equipe do Coqueirão Pictures!!.

http://www.coqueirao.com.br/cinemapopular/ultimas-noticias/osgemeos-fazem-pintura-para-o-longa-dores-de-amores/

Esperanças luminosas, onde nós nunca fomos Invisíveis

5 de Março de 2011

Um Bom Começo
Esperanças luminosas
Se tornam realidade
Enquanto nós caminhamos ao centro da cidade
Sorrindo e rindo felizmente
Amizade e esgotamento Colidem
Nós celebramos o Dia
Os dois anos de espera
Um sonho distante nasce
Nós comemos e bebemos até ficarmos Cheios
E pagamos por nós mesmos
Com tudo nós temos durante o dia
Nós nos sentamos entusiasmados
Escutando nós mesmos, tocando em ritmo para a música
Ninguém parece escutar
Isto é completamente diferente
Nós vivemos em outro mundo
Onde nós nunca fomos Invisíveis
Alguns dias depois
Nós falamos novamente
Mas o som não era bom
Nós éramos todos de acordo
De acordo sobre a maioria das Coisas
Nós faremos melhor da próxima vez
Este é um bom começo

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