LUMINATA: IT IS OUR LIGHT

The third installment of the successful intervention series Under the Viaduct, will take place on Saturday, October 4, 2014 and coincide with the Paris-based Festival of Lights. Nuit Blanche (which literally means White Night in French) was originated in 1984 by Jean Blaise, founder of the Centre de recherche pour le développement culturel (Research Center […]

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Art Takes Times Square Artist Vicki DaSilva will create 2 lighting interventions

  Vicki DaSilva is a light graffiti and painting pioneer. Since 1980, she has been making single frame time exposure photographs, at night. Vicki is credited with the term “light graffiti” as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs. Vicki was influenced by video and performance artist Joan Jonas […]

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Harlem Eyebombs

Eyebombing started with two Danish artists hoping to brighten people’s day. By making inanimate objects more human, messages could be conveyed. Harlem Eyebombs is an urban art intervention that the West Harlem Art Fund is producing. Look out for more images in very interesting places throughout Harlem.

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Street Art by Raul Ayala

Location:  9A Kitchen & Lounge 2331 12th Avenue @ 133rd Street, New York, N.Y. 10031 (917) 507-0000 Website: www.westharlemartfund.wordpress.com On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wharlemartfund On Twitter: @wharlemartfund Featured artist: Raul Ayala PERFORMANCE DEMONSTRATION & STREET ART On Sunday, August 4, 2013, Ecuadorian artist Raul Ayala created a site specific street mural on 12th Avenue and 133rd Street in front of the […]

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Street Art

The West Harlem Art Fund is looking forward to working with Ecuadorian artist Raul Ayala. We are inviting artists to do more street art in our area. Ayala is leveraging his visual arts skills into murals that incorporates local history, interest and values. Street art used to be referred to unsanctioned art, as opposed to […]

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