Carlo McCormick

Carlo McCormick has been mentioned or cited less than a dozen times throughout all the RSS channels we monitor. Especially, the channel 'Creative Boom' contains less than a dozen references to this person (or maybe different people with similar names) alone. As it’s displayed on the chart below, Carlo McCormick was highly popular in December, 2015.

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30 of the best inspirational books on street art

[...] . Happy mural making! Street Art History 1. Trespass: A History of Uncommissioned Urban Art by Carlo McCormick A visually-striking examination of street art as a social phenomenon and a fundamental [...]

NUART 2015 Roundup: A Laboratory On The Street

[...] for penning their pivotal recording "Anarchy in the UK" -- a history discussed in Carlo McCormick's presentation during the Nuart Plus program. In tandem with his paste-ups around town and [...]

FRANK151 Chapter 58: FRANKSOSA Curated by Chief Keef

[...] -edition issue includes photographs of DJ Kenn and an essay on SOSA by Paper Magazine's Carlo McCormick. The FRANKSOSA is set to release on December 20 in celebratory style at The Seventh Letter [...]

Bob Gruen: Rock Seen

[...] booed off stage for it. After that I began taking photos a lot.” (Bob Gruen, Interview with Carlo McCormick, The New York Trash). While shooting freelance work and photo stories for the underground [...]

New Yorkers Fete Izhar Patkin and His Mass MoCA Show

[...] the Patkin show to an attentive audience that included other friends like Alan Cumming, Carlo McCormick, Jon Kessler, David Ross, Nicole Klagsburn, Linda Yablonsky, and new L.A. MOCA director [...]

NYC Exhibitions: Blek le Rat. Jonathan LeVine Gallery

[...] how urban visual vernacular evolved from a primal scrawl to a fine art.”  — Carlo McCormick, 2011 ABOUT THE ARTIST Blek le Rat was born Xavier Prou in Paris, France in 1951. A [...]

Jaw-dropping shit sandwich: Philip Michael Thomas of ‘Miami Vice’ was the Kanye West of the 1980s

[...] cable access program called Bad Music Videos that was hosted by Karen Finley and art critic Carlo McCormick, a mid-80s TV show (and nightclub performance) that mocked, well, bad music videos, long [...]

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