I hope you'll take the time to visit http://www.abbygraff.com and then buy a canvas or print for your collection, or for your favorite hip hop fanatic. Truly is money well spent. HOMEGIRLS artwork by Abby A Queens, New York native, Abby is a visual artist with roots in the early ‘80s graffiti art scene at … Continue reading HomeGirls artworks by Abby online store is up!
HOMEGIRLS artwork by ABBY curated by Jessica N. Pabón Opening Reception: Wednesday April 17th, 2013 6PM-9PM RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/299368726856841 bOb Bar is pleased to present the solo exhibition HOMEGIRLS, a collection of works that transform the cities Abby has called home into figurative representations. Abby uses traditional graffiti letter forms to illustrate metaphors and emotions—which are intimate, and sometimes universal … Continue reading “Homegirls” artwork by Abby, opening next Wednesday!!
Wow. I’m not sure I’ve ever felt so inspired, so supported, and so fancy! 😉 I just got home from the most incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience at TEDxWomen in DC. Basically, I got to spend 3 days making personal connections with radical feminists the likes of spoken word artist Asali DeVan Ecclesiastes, Lynne Hurdle-Price of Nomada What … Continue reading TEDxWomen Recap!!!
Sometimes I get to be a part of a shift in history...hip hop history that is. Yesterday was one of those days. Abby and I were invited to Davidson College in North Carolina to talk about graffiti, history, and the politics of gender, race, and sexuality. Before we began, I asked the audience to think about the … Continue reading Live Interview with ABBY at Davidson