New York Shitty Day Ender: Eyes On The Street

Taken May 2, 2012.

The Word On The Street: James Madison

From Scholes Street.

For Sale On Scholes Street: Mysteries

Taken April 5, 2012.

Williamsburg Photo du Jour: Antonio

October 26, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11206, 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

Taken October 24, 2011.

New York Shitty Street Seating du Jour: Scholes Street Pastoral

Taken October 11, 2011.

New York Shitty Day Ender: Mary Mandolin

August 30, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11206, East Williamsburg, East Williamsburg Brooklyn, Street Art 

Taken August 30, 2011.

East Williamsburg Street Art du Jour: Enzo & Nio

It would appear that Enzo & Nio (the duo responsible for these pieces) have been quite busy lately! If they are reading this tome (and I suspect they will) I would like them to know a great many people find these works quite amusing. For example: the gentlemen who were exiting the building where the lattermost item is located. One their number was kind enough to point out that the fire arm in this youngster’s grip is a Thompson submachine gun. Shortly thereafter he cheerfully added:

I had one while fighting in the hills of Albania for three years!

It is moments such as this, gentle readers, that truly make operating this web site worthwhile.

Miss Heather

New York Shitty Street Art du Jour: Lethargic…

Taken June 16, 2011.

Miss Heather

From The New York Shitty Inbox: Tonight At Concrete Utopia

The details I received about this event are scant (READ: I got a mass email) but follows is the press release:

Spork Used As Knife (and other disconcerting events)

Opening Friday, April 1, 7-10

Featuring artists Maurice Doherty, Shana Moulton, Hilary Sand, Dave Sherry, and Curver Thoroddsen.
The exhibition investigates humor and performance and their unique ability to reflect the absurdity of everyday life. The history of performance art offers the medium as a means of rebellion, the act of breaking with the current state of art and politics. The work featured in “Spork Used As Knife” rather ruptures the personal experience of everyday life by forcing the viewer to turn his or her perspective, to view it from a skewed angle. The mirrored reflection of life by art comes ever closer in performance, and with the comfort offered by humor, begins to break down this distinction.

Each artist in the show approaches these barriers between the quotidian and The Quotidian from a different perspective, and through different mobilizations of the banal and the humorous.

This is a really exciting show, and has been an amazing opportunity to work with some brilliant artists.

Spork Used As Knife
Opening Reception: April 1, 2011 starting at 7:00 p.m.
Concrete Utopia
72 Scholes Street
Brooklyn, New York 11206

You can read more about Concrete Utopia by checking out their About page.

Miss Heather

Spotted in East Williamsburg: Going Native

Taken March 23, 2011.

Miss Heather

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