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“Beyond The Streets: Post Graffiti” at Southampton Cultural Center

11 May — 20 Jul 2024



The concept of “POST GRAFFITI” encapsulates the genre’s journey of rebellious subway artists, originating from 70’s and 80’s NYC, to the global movement they’ve inspired. The term signifies a shift from the illicit nature of traditional graffiti to a more accepted, legitimate art form in gallery settings. As the movement has progressed, artists associated with “POST GRAFFITI” continue to draw from the rich history of graffiti writing and the streets, forming a loose coalition that blurs and elevates their source inspiration through drawing, painting, sculpture, and installation.

“POST GRAFFITI” is at the core of “BEYOND THE STREETS”, representing the embodiment of a larger picture of how far it has all gone and how raw it still remains. Graffiti has become a cultural phenomenon that informs music, fashion, politics, entertainment, marketing, and, of course, contemporary art. It has been on the runways of major fashion houses and memorialized in books and documentaries.

“Beyond The Streets: Post Graffiti” runs through July 20 at SAC. Participating artists are: Alexis Ross, Andrew Durgin-Barnes, Barry McGee, CHITO, Conor Harrington, C.R. Stecyk III, CRASH, Eric Haze, Guillaume Ollivier, Felipe Pantone, FUTURA2000, Greg Rick, Guerilla Girls, Haroshi, HuskMitNavn, Jane Dickson, KATSU, Kenny Scharf, LA2, LADY PINK, Madsaki, Martha Cooper, Maya Hayuk, OSGEMEOS, Ozzie Juarez, Paul Insect, PRIEST, Tim Conlon, Timothy Curtis, Todd James, UFO907 and ZEPHYR.

In conjunction with the show, SAC will screen Banksy’s documentary “Exit Through the Gift Shop” at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 2, at 3 p.m. In addition, on Sunday, June 30, SAC will screen Roger Gastman’s 2021 film “Rolling Like Thunder.” Southampton Arts Center is at 25 Jobs Lane, Southampton. Admission is free. Gallery hours are Friday to Sunday, noon to 5 p.m. through June 30, and Thursday to Monday, noon to 5 p.m. beginning July 1. For more information, visit

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