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Heliotrope Prints Fundraiser – curated by Brooklyn StreetArt

Swoon x Heliotrope x BSA Pop-Up Opening Reception opens this Thursday, April 6 at 6 PM – 9 PM
at 88 1/2 7th Avenue, between 15th & 16th St., New York, NY – Curated by Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo / Brooklyn StreetArt

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The pop-up exhibit will feature newly released sketches by Swoon Studio and limited edition prints by six world-renowned street artists:

Case Maclaim
Faith XLVII
Icy & Sot
Li-Hill
Miss Van
Tavar Zawacki (Above)

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Henrik Haven – Website Launch

“Whether it be climb, crawl, scrape, break the door down, or ask politely, Henrik does whatever it takes to get the best shots possible of his subjects. His determination is only equalled by his friendliness.” – Shepard Fairey, 2015

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A righteous accolade for one of the most intrepid cameramen we’ve met on our travels and one that heralds the launch of his new website… (Fanfare, drum roll, etc) Go check out Henrik’s shiny new page here:

www.henrikhaven.com

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Instagram: @henrik_haven

Henrik Haven contributes to:
Juxtapoz Magazine | VNA Magazine | Graffiti Art Magazine | Hi-Fructose Magazine | Complex | Brooklyn Street Art | Arrested Motion | Street Art News | Instagrafite | Upper Playground | POW! WOW! Hawaii | Slamxhype | Vandalog | Wide Walls | Street Art Europe | Graffiti Street | Fecal Face | Bitchslap Magazine | Le Petit Voyuer

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Street Art Stories – Brooklyn Museum

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On Thursday, April 24 at 7 p.m. the Brooklyn Museum presents
In Conversation: Brooklyn Street Art. Brooklyn Street Art founders Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo lead a dynamic, multimedia conversation that explores the evolution of street art stories as told by the earliest graffiti writers to today’s D.I.Y. artists. They’ll reveal secret backgrounds, show what stylistic themes are recurring today, and hint at the future of street art in New York. They are joined in conversation by artists Swoon and Luna Park, and curator Keith Schweitzer.

A reception with a DJ, cash bar, and a guest-inclusive art-making project will follow. Presented in conjunction with the site-specific installation Swoon: Submerged Motherlands, on view from April 11 to August 24 in the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Gallery on the 5th Floor.

Tickets are $12; include Museum general admission and can be purchased at www.museumtix.com. Free for Museum Members; to reserve please email membership@brooklynmuseum.org.

www.brooklynmuseum.org