Category Archives: Art Exhibition

Summer Clearance at WTPF

New Videos by Andrew Stys with music by Javier Hernandez-Miyares: ————————————————————————– New Song in Progress: ___________________________________________________________________________ Recent Pics from 17 Frost Theater of the Arts: Torchy Live at 17 Frost Al Fresco Deeds Street Art Show Mercury Inappropriate Exhibition Choice … Continue reading

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The Outdoor Gallery Exhibition at 17 Frost Data Dump (It is all here)

Javier Hernandez-Miyares and Michael Fumero Video by Alex Itin The Muses The Following LinK Has Lots Of Pictures: The Outdoor Gallery Exhibition Photo Stream by Scoboco Pic By JHM Article in Street Art NYC Yoav Litvin Interviewed Martha Cooper at … Continue reading

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The Quintessence of Itinism and Other Things

Alex Itin Buff Monster from Alex Itin on Vimeo. Hey from Alex Itin on Vimeo.

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Alex Itin Is In The House (Cyber Memories)

Tonight I Want To Be Your Cog! from Alex Itin on Vimeo. The Jealousy of Othello from Alex Itin on Vimeo. Pain from Alex Itin on Vimeo. Orson Whales from Alex Itin on Vimeo. Sineparade Performing Zipperhead Live At 17 … Continue reading

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The Things That Surround Me

Mati and DADA (Santa Barbara) Romulus and Remus Mural by Alex Itin at 17 Frost Coglapse In Progress from Alex Itin on Vimeo. Alex Itin painting 17 Frost 17 Frost from Alex Itin on Vimeo. _____________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sineparade is back at … Continue reading

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17 Frost News and Content Buzz (July, August and a bit of June)

Collaboration with Alex Itin, Donald Johnson and Javier Hernandez-Miyares _______________________________________________________________________________________________ 2 Videos of “Good For You” Comedy Performance at 17 Frost _______________________________________________________________________________________________ Ghost Enclosure Installation Julia Sinelnikova ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Music Video Collaboration: Javier Hernandez-Miyares with Andrew Stys ______________________________________________________________________________________________ Donald Johnson Live … Continue reading

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Jillian Salik “Duel Tint” Exhibition at 17 Frost Data Dump

Jillian Salik is exhibiting at 17 Frost this month and if you missed the opening we offer you a cyber experience of it:

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Jon Burgerman Exhibition at 17 Frost

A collection of pastoral pictorials, filtered through the heavy set dark rimmed glasses of the Millennial generation, set against a saccharine, saturated backdrop the color of Tumblr, populated with distracted, glitchy characters, pop iconography, hot dogs and hot girls. These … Continue reading

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A Recap of 2013 So Far (With Links)

Recently at 17 Frost: The Brooklyn Exhibition Curated by Jim Kiernan and Aakash Nihalani Jason Mamarella Exhibition Photography Exhibition by Frank Guiller and Juan Si Gonzalez, and musical performance by Roberto Poveda A Video And Some Music With My Collaborators: … Continue reading

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El Maestro Roberto Poveda

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