Professor and Exhibitions Director at Azusa Pacific University offers his top street art-related stories for 2012.
The influential Downtown L.A. gallery will close its doors after one more exhibition that will showcase graffiti as an art form.
Graffiti and street art are the most significant forms of art making in recent history, which makes this conversation so meaningful today.
Since their 2007 event drew criticisms from the county, graffiti showcase Meeting of Styles has no plans to return to Los Angeles.
21st Century Los Angeles shares the same energy and passion that fueled the Harlem Renaissance, the Beat Generation, the Black Arts movement, and the birth of Punk Rock.
Sonya Fe spotlights the work and philosophy of artist Silvana Jeyd Paredes.