Episode #177 of ART21, filmed in 2012, follows artist Barry McGee through his self-titled retrospective exhibition at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA). McGee describes his perception of graffiti and his excitement of putting up tags and the rush he gets when getting away with it.
Barry McGee’s created a ginormous mural at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York City. It was one of the largest feats of public art in the city this past year. Presented by Vanity Fair takes a look at the artist and his process.
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Mitch McGee‘s work is a brilliant way of connecting innovation to previous traditions. McGee’s birch cut-out pop-art works are another reasons why we here do what we do.
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