Get the latest news, reviews, and commentary delivered directly to your inbox. Every weekday. Wall Street is a bizarre place. America, consider this your wake up call. Yesterday morning at 7am, artist Zefrey Throwell assembled 50 participants who performed roles based on the occupational demographic of the Wall Street neighborhood, including secretaries, janitors and businessmen. Three of those who performed were arrested by police officers at the scene.
The Naked Truth: This Mural is Quite Controversial
The Naked Truth: This Mural is Quite Controversial | East Atlanta, GA Patch
In Chosewood Park, following the completion of a mural that was part of this year's Living Walls project, there's quite a lot to behold. The artist Hyuro, an Argentinean-born street artist known for her stark, black and white depictions, painted this mural on the eastern wall of what had been the sprawling, acre General Motors Lakewood Plant. Her mural, located on the corner of Sawtell Avenue and McDonough Boulevard, depicts a nude woman in a series of stances. At one point she is clothed and as the viewer's eyes travel from left to right, she is seen disrobing with the black outfit itself transformed into a dog or wolf. It's caused a bit of a row in Chosewood Park, with some residents thinking it too much to take in, given that it's near two churches and a masjid, and McDonough Boulevard is a schoolbus route. Others see it as a bold and dramatic contrast for the part of Chosewood Park overshadowed by the massive United States Penitentiary that fronts McDonough Boulevard. East Atlanta Patch received a number of calls this week from Southeast Atlanta residents — who were mainly divided about it.
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Painted in on the side of a sexual health clinic, it is the first legal piece of street art in the UK following a survey by Bristol City Council , resulting in retrospective permission and protection being granted for the mural, despite featuring nudity. It depicts a naked man hanging from a window, while a suited man looks out, next to a woman in her underwear. In , the mural was defaced by a paintball gun, resulting in a partial restoration by the City Council. However, some paint splatters remain on the artwork. It was defaced a second time in , with black spray paint.