Art Uncovered - Peter Krashes

Premiere DateOct 2, 2012
00:00 Thomas Intro
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01:31 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 1
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04:31 Zebra Trucks Young Marble Giants
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05:28 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 2
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08:43 Me And The Major Belle and Sebastian
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12:04 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 3
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15:49 Party's Over Numbers
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16:55 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 4
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21:03 Two States Pavement
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22:48 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 5
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26:03 What People Are Made Of Modest Mouse
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28:00 Peter Krashes Interview pt. 6
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31:02 Luke VIbert Thurston Moore
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34:48 Finish
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Camera Bank for the Governor, 2012

This week on the show painter and community advocate Peter Krashes joins me to talk about his new exhibition Make It Work In Brooklyn! He tells me some of the stories behind the paintings in his show, talks about the relationship between painting and community organizing, and explains how to make “seed bombs.” His show is on view at Theodore Art in Bushwick through October 14th.

Seed Bomb Factory, 2011

Hand Painted Signs are More Effective, 2009

Rally Stage, 2009

2011 Block Party Face Painting, #8, 2012

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Host Thomas
Thomas grew up in Northern California where he fell in love with music and photography while going to punk shows and shooting skate photos. He photography in college, which may or may not qualify him to host an…

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