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07.12.10 Marina Galperina

From Yugoslavia’s civil war to NYC ghetto life and ’round the world, Boogie penetrates reality like few can. New color works and his signature stark, gritty, black and white photography are currently on view at Culver City’s Carmichael Gallery. With the birth of his son, the Belgrade-born, Brooklyn-based photographer returned to Serbia. “The Uncovering” of […]

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04.26.10 Marina Galperina

Brooklynite Gallery’s “Eurotrash” show with DOLK and M-CITY is back on! New exhibit opening date: May 8th. Volcanoes have moved on to annoy rich Russians who couldn’t make it Sotheby’s last week. […]

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04.21.10 Marina Galperina

Sadly, the Brooklynite Gallery’s April 30th “Eurotrash” show is postponed indefinitely. M-City, Dolk and their art won’t be here on time. Stupid volcanoes. UPDATE: New opening date is May 8th. […]

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04.19.10 Marina Galperina

The volcanic orifice of Iceland continues to spew forth flight-delaying Earth debris, so we’re not exactly sure about the exact opening date of Brooklynite Gallery’s “Eurotrash” exhibit. Before DOLK and M-CITY are imported, here are some preview images. […]

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04.14.10 Marina Galperina

Good thing half the Brooklynite Gallery‘s space is outdoors. For their upcoming “Eurotrash” show, Poland’s legendary street artist M-CITY will serve up a signature industrial-themed mural. DOLK will provide the mostly monochromatic story-telling stencils, promising to be extra cynical. Both artists plan to “leave many gifts to the people of NYC” during their stay, so […]

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01.08.10 Will Sherman

Street artist M-City followed up his recent wall painting in Long Island City, putting up a legal mural with Gaia in Bed Stuy. The duo finished stenciling and pasting up their collaborative collage over the last couple days in spite of frigid temperatures. Organized by Brooklynite Gallery and situated down the street, the finished work […]

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12.28.09 Will Sherman

True to their word, Ad Hoc Art continues showcasing their artists despite the September closure of their permanent Bushwick space. The gallery recently coordinated a new wall painting by M-City, his New York debut in Long Island City. Stenciled in black and white, the mural featuring the Polish street artist’s signature collage of buildings and […]

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