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07.20.15 Bucky Turco

As more and more iconic properties get gobbled up and regurgitated as condos, and street art gets more and more popular, the real estate and art industries continue to intersect and seem to be doing so more frequently. And they’re both ripe for affiliation. Savvy developers know that urban art can cheaply provide great cover […]

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Aymann Ismail

For “Listen In,” we ask musicians to curate a mixtape-length playlist of songs they’re currently digging. Click the big play button above to hear the whole playlist or scroll down to see and hear individual tracks. Cayucas is a West Coast answer to Vampire Weekend. The Santa Monica-based indie band uses Ezra Koening & co’s […]

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Keegan Stephan

Over the last week, New Yorkers marked the one-year anniversary of Eric Garner’s chokehold death with over a dozen events and actions across the city, from banner drops, to rallies with victims of police violence from around the country, to a march with over 1,000 people leading to dozens of arrests. The actions kicked off […]

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Mike Immerman

Solange, East Village. (Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork) […]

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07.17.15 Bucky Turco

A one of a kind Clint Mario x ME sticker dispenser was among the many branded art objects on display at their pop-up gallery show. (Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork) […]

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Liam Mathews

Native New Yorker Lauren Joy Hoffman started noticing something weird as she walked New York City sidewalks: banana peels, banana peels everywhere! Baffled and bemused, she began documenting the banana peels she encountered using the hashtag #bananawatch2015 on Instagram. Since New York doesn’t appear to be overrun by apes nor clowns trying to get people […]

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Liam Mathews

Norte Maar settled in Bushwick in 2005, back when the property boom was just a gleam in a developer’s eye and long before Bushwick Open Studios was an enormous corporate-sponsored block party. The not-for-profit arts organization, which promotes and presents multidisciplinary artistic collaborations, set up a permanent location in an apartment on Wyckoff Avenue in […]

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Bucky Turco

“Are Clint Mario and ME here?” asked a hip-looking twenty-something dude as he rolled up to the one-night display of the street art duo’s work at the Krause Gallery on Wednesday evening. “Nah,” responded a person in the crowd, hanging out in front of the tiny space at 149 Orchard Street on the Lower East […]

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Mike Immerman

Wesley, Soho. (Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork) […]

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07.16.15 Aymann Ismail

Friends put up a fresh tribute to Jeffery KORN Gamblero. RIP! (Photo: Aymann Ismail/ANIMALNewYork) […]

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