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Graffiti in Brooklyn

2 August 2006 by Billy

Image of graffiti in Brookly, copyright Ken Stein

Image copyright Ken Stein

The Brooklyn Museum of Art, have used innovative online services to promote and enhance their current exhibition ‘Graffiti‘. A series of podcasts are available, allowing visitors to transfer the audio files to their mp3 player and bring them on an exhibition visit. The museum also has its own Flickr account, which it has used to invite the public to upload their own photos of graffiti in Brooklyn. The Brooklyn graffiti flickr group currently has over 1200 photos submitted.

Our own online exhibition Stewart Bale 2.0 features classic photographs from our archives ‘recreated’ by Liverpool-based flickr photographers.

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