B-born: Break Space Sense
B-born: Break Space Sense October 4-17, 2019 Opening reception: Friday, October 4, 2019
Collaborated work with Bom5 MC Rose & DJ Miles Ready to Rock Crew
BROOKLYN, NY - Space 776 is pleased to present the first solo exhibition in Brooklyn by graffiti artist
Graffiti and street art in bushwick Street art is a culture in Brooklyn. "I appreciate the capability and expression of the street artists in the area who have transformed streets that were considered common industrial sites," "Graffiti is an affirmation of the individual,The idea of graffiti has a lot to do with raw energy and authenticity." We invited bborn to bring that energy to our space.
Hyun Yoo, aka B-Boy BORN from Korea, is a member of the famous Korean Crew River, he's well-known for his crazy footwork and toprock, he influenced a lot of bboy by doing a workshop about foundation of bboy and the musicality.
Yoo, Hyun aka B-Born has been dedicated to the breaking and hip-hop scene for 20 years and represents Korea on the world stage of bboying. People from all over the world have acknowledged his unique and dynamic style of dancing, while together with his crew—Rivers Crew (Seoul), MZK (Worldwide) and Ready To Rock (New York), one of the most accomplished in the world—he has achieved successful results at many local and international contests and showcases. Through a series of workshops conducted in various places throughout the world, he has led breaking classes that have introduced new ways of self-improvement, while sharing good times and learning with everyone.
B-Born also began drawing and painting at a young age, motivated by the influence of his family. He started participating in group shows when he was 5 years old, and first encountered spray paint when he was 11. Now the New Jersey-based artist focuses on creating graffiti art (write HeRE), abstract dimension painting, and traditional tattooing. B-Born’s artistic vision is defined under the title “Break Space Sense.”
About SPACE 776 Space 776 is an art gallery and studio/residency space in the artistically flourishing neighborhood of Bushwick, Brooklyn. For international and local artists working on a wide range of diverse projects.
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Venue: Space 776
229 Central Avenue
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