bushwick

The VICE Guide to Right Now

The 'Support Peacock' That Couldn't Get on a Flight Has a Fire Instagram

The bird's named Dexter and he lives in Bushwick, apparently.
River Donaghey
1.31.18
body painting

Women of Colour Examine Assimilation Through Body Painting

Ashleigh Alexandria paints her models to blend in and stand out in urban spaces.
Francesca Capossela
6.30.17
diy spaces

Find Your "Alt + Esc" at this DIY Art Heaven

Alison Sirico and Irina V Makarova of curatorial team Alt + Esc put passion over profit for their latest event, 'No Vacancy II'—and it showed.
Beckett Mufson
4.4.17
Art

There’s a Feminist Sex Shop Gallery Hidden in This Brooklyn Laundromat

Tucked away in a nondescript laundromat, a provocative artist message lies in wait.
Cailey Rizzo
1.23.17
Art

Misha Kahn's Maximalism in the Age of Restraint | Studio Visits

Art for when the art world says too much is just enough.
Charlotte Japp
12.1.16
Art

Go Ahead, Try and Focus On These Canvases

Jeff Elrod’s latest canvases challenge your imagination.
Mike Steyels
11.2.16
Art

A Documentary About a Brooklyn After-School Program Needs Your Help

Still Waters in a Storm provides sanctuary for the disenfranchised youth of Bushwick’s Latin American community.
Nathaniel Ainley
10.18.16
Music

A Tale of Two Cities: Disco Era Bushwick

Witness—and envy—the wild world of New York City in the late 1970s through the lens of Meryl Meisler's medium-format camera.
Meryl Meisler
10.10.16
Stuff

Inside New York's Craziest Drag Festival

This weekend's Bushwig attempted to prove that alt drag and mainstream drag can get along.
Miz Cracker
9.15.16
Art

Friday: Go See Marcel Dzama's Short Films. All of Them.

Brooklyn Fire Proof Stages hosts the vis a free outdoor summer screening series in Bushwick
Francesca Capossela
7.13.16
In Memoriam

The Acheron Is Closing, and NYC's Live Music Scene will Never be the Same

The Acheron was more than just a venue. It was a welcoming oasis of metal, punk, and weirdness in a world that doesn't think we matter.
Kim Kelly
6.21.16
Writer's Block

What Happens When a Legendary Graffiti Writer Grows Up

SKUF YKK, who achieved fame for his style and the ubiquity of his work in New York City, has transcended the beefs of his youth to become an elder statesman of sorts.
Ray Mock
6.6.16
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