Brooklyn Street Art Talks with BEZT for Beautiful Mistakes

Bezt Etam. “Beautiful Mistakes”. The artist is pictured here looking at his self-portrait. (photo © Jaime Rojo)

Brooklyn Street Art connected with Bezt while in New York for the exhibition Beautiful Mistakes at Spoke Art NYC. The feature is a great piece that walks with Bezt as he discusses the work in the show in addition to his creative process with longtime collaborator Sainer (who work as a duo under the moniker Etam Cru), visit the Brooklyn Street Art website for the full article.

Sometimes a portrait is actually the means to an end, rather than the focal point, just so he has the opportunity to paint something new. “For example the painting with the woman and the daughter piece, that one with the house. I wanted to paint the trees! I had a night photo of the trees and I said ‘Okay, I need an idea so I can paint the trees.’ – Brooklyn Street Art

Visit the Brooklyn Street Art website for the full piece.

Opening Reception of “LAX / JFK” at Spoke Art NYC

Thinkspace Project’s presented back to back shows at Spoke Art NYC this fall, with the opening of Bezt’s Beautiful Mess last month and then LAX / JFK this month. We loved working with our friends at Spoke Art NYC on the eleventh iteration of Thinkspace Projects traveling series bringing unique focus on the New Contemporary Art Movement.

LAX / JFK featured a mini solo exhibition by Matthew Grabelsky and showcased
over 50 new works from some of the top artists working in the New
Contemporary Movement.

Please visit Spoke Art NYC website to view all available work from the exhibition.

Photos courtesy of Lanee Bird

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Opening Reception of BEZT “Beautiful Mistakes” at Spoke Art NYC

It’s the last week to view BEZT’s “Beautiful Mistakes” at Spoke Art NYC. We’re appreciative of all those who came out to the opening on October 21st and thrilled to share photos of the evening snapped by Lane E. Bird. The exhibition displays incredible new works by BEZT and is on view through November 5th.

For more information on “Beautiful Mistakes” visit the Thinkspace Gallery website.