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LADIES FIRST- 6.30.12 in Harlem

21 Jun

James Top Productions
in Associations with The Azucarera NYC Gallery Presents:
Ladies First
“Ladies First” an all Female Graffiti Art Exhibition
Sugar Hill, Harlem, New York City, June 4, 2012

Who: James Top Productions in associations with The Azucarera NYC Gallery Presents: “Ladies First”
What: Female Graffiti Artists
Where: The Azucarera NYC Gallery, 414 West 145 Street, New York, NY
When: Saturday June 30, 2012 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm
Why: To see current works from all female graffiti artists.

Uptown NYC gave birth to graffiti art in the early 1970’s. Barbara 62, Eva 62 and Stoney where female writers
who gave great contributions to the evolution in those early years.
On Saturday June 30, 2012 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm a selected group of international all female graffiti artists
will present current works on canvas during the “Ladies First” exhibition. This will be the first all female graffiti art
presentation uptown ever according to curator, James Top. To see their creativity, genius and expression will leave
you in awe one canvas at a time.

“Ladies First” is the evolution of the female graffiti artists and the show to see.
There will be a VIP/Media/Sponsors Only Opening on Friday June 29, 2012 from 6:00pm to 10:00pm.
RSVP is required for attendance:
The General Public Opening will be on Saturday June 30, 2012 from 3:00pm to 8:00pm.
RSVP is required for attendance:

Featured Artists: Scratch, Vik, Shiro, Grape 897, Diva, Erotica 67, Redy Roc Reds, DollFace, Pink Eye, Mythe,
Danielle Mastrion, AM, Erin Yoshi, Marthalicia Matarrita, QA, Elan and many others.
For Artist Bio’s and Profiles log on to:

Music By: DJ Soe TOP/X-MEN
Spoken Wordz By: “Be” The Poet

About the Venue: The Azucarera NYC Gallery is Sugar Hill’s most exclusive gallery, located at 414 West 145 Street
(btw St. Nicholas & Convent Avenues.) in the basement level.
The gallery will host “Ladies First” from June 30, 2012 to September 3, 2012
Nearest Subways: A, B, C, D or 1 trains to the 145th Street Station.
For more info and directions, please visit
For media and sponsorship inquires, please contact James TOP at or call 917.361.5483.



21 Jun

After The Stairwell Project, my friend Sienide suggested I get involved with a project at Rime in BK. Reebok just came out with a new line of kicks dedicated to Basquiat and they were looking for artists to display works inspired by Jean-Michel. So I participated along with a few other artists and the community voted on their favorites for a chance to win a pair of the collabo Reeboks and a gift certificate at Rime in Cobble Hill. I won third place and was happy to go shopping after. It was a nice community event to support the store and connect with fellow artists.

Sienide, Eric Orr and myself outside of RIME.

In loving memory of SAMO.


31 May

Hey all,

I’m honored to be part of this benefit tonight for a friend who passed away a few years ago. In the few years that I knew Kess, he was always supportive of my art. He often included me in the shows he put together and til this day I’m so thankful to him for that. So now a few years later, here I am supporting the foundation for a true leader who help mold the skate industry to what it is today. Please come check out the work and come support the cause.

Kessler Benefit Auction Press Release

AM at FOUNTAIN ART FAIR with Mighty Tanaka- 3.9-11.12

6 Mar

Hey all,

Please come by this weekend and check out Fountain Art Fair. I will be showing with Mighty Tanaka. Hope to see you all there:)

“Lost &Found” at Mighty Tanaka- 1.13.12

10 Jan

Hey all,

I’m honored to be part of this group show on Friday- please come through and peep some amazing art. See ya there!

Lost & Found, our first show of 2012, explores the usage of found materials and how artists choose to reinterpret the world around them.  Featuring the artwork of five very different artists, Adam VoidAlice MizrachiCurtis Readel, ELLE &John Breiner, their work both compliments and juxtaposes, as they express themselves through a myriad of techniques and approaches centering around artwork created from found objects.

Lost & Found Opening Reception:

 Friday, January 13th

(show runs until February 5th)

6pm – 9pm

 111 Front Street, Suite 224

 (F Train to York Street, A/C Train to High Street)

Mighty Tanaka presents:

Lost & Found

Featuring the artwork of Adam Void, Alice Mizrachi, Curtis Readel, ELLE & John Briener

Look around you; the world is full of art.  We all know the saying, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure”, however, some individuals choose to take that phrase to heart.  Artists from a range of disciplines utilize a world of scattered debris, creating an array of striking creations from the items that many people would find worthless.  Mighty Tanaka is pleased to bring you our first show of 2012 entitled Lost & Found, a group show of found objects and the artwork that is created from them.  Featuring the vision of Adam VoidAlice MizrachiCurtis ReadelELLE & John Breiner, each artist represents a unique idea of the world through their chosen method of creation.

Lost & Found intends to demonstrate a cross-section of aesthetic interpretation of objects that are generally taken for granted in daily life.  Artwork made from found materials provides the artist with an endless amount of inspiration, as all the necessary components are easily accessible and free to use.  This is the art of the juxtaposition, both complimenting and conflicting itself, as the work is literally born from the streets and transformed into something that is new, exciting and fresh.

Through the usage of mediums such as old beat up currency, abandoned pieces of wood, detached doors and tattered textiles, the artist is able to rebuild forgotten memories and forge them into a new identity.  Lost & Found offers the viewer the opportunity to reconnect with the pieces of the past and the chance to begin anew.


11 Oct

Check this YOUNITY video out for the “GODDESShood” exhibtion- if you didnt see it heres a teaser…


19 Sep

SO it’s taken me a week to recover from all my recent shows but I’m back and ready to rock the next few gigs. Below are some pics from the YOUNITY exhibition in Yonkers. If you didn’t get a chance to go to the opening you should really make the trip out and check out the show. The neighborhood is beautiful and you can chill by the water and eat lunch at Hudson cafe after you go to the gallery.

Thanks to Cristobal Diaz for filming the event- video coming soon!


Marthalicia Matarrita

Diana McClureAlice Mizrachi


me n the fam

Sofia Maldonado

Krista Franklin

Lady Alezia

LichibanFaith 47

Thanks to Susan Kart for bringing her Sarah Lawrence students and working hard to bring YOUNITY programming to Yonkers!

Thanks to Stephen Force from Yonkers Public Library for supporting our mission and bringing Younity to Yonkers Public Library!

Thanks to Yvette for handling PR- love u sweets!Bringing peoples together with similar life goals feels good- George, Leiann and Jess came thru to support:)

Make sure to sign our guest book when you come see the show!

Ok its time to leave- thanks to the crew who really made it happen!

Enjoying the sun after the opening outside on the library steps. RiverFest (block party) was going on during our event so we had to check it out…Then we went to the Hudson Cafe to get some celebratory drink and food. So nice to eat by the water- it felt like we took a vacation.

Eva, Diana and Clive… lol fun times!

Beautiful sunsets- an excellent way to end a great event!

Thanks to Diana McClure, Marthalicia Matarrita, LMNOP, Swoon, Sofia Maldonado, Krista Franklin, Lady Alezia, Lichiban, Faith 47, Yvette Devito, Samia Grand Pierre, Susan Kart, Stephen Force, Marko Jokic, Cristobal Diaz and Elise Herszkowicz  for contributing to the production of this exhibition.

Look out for the rest of YOUNITY’s “GODDESShood” programming this fall including a panel discussion at Sarah Lawrence College and a mural in a local Yonkers high school.

CANCEPTUAL Exhibition in LA

19 Sep


If you’re in LA go check out a group show I’m in at Crewest:

“CANCEPTUAL” September 8-25

Crewest Gallery- 110 Winston Street Los Angeles, California


19 Sep

Hey all,

Please feel free to check out this dope little video Cristobal Diaz from Paris put together!!!! Loving it:)


Bazel Gallery exhibition recap

14 Aug

BACK HOME after traveling to Paris and Israel for the past month. I truly feel blessed and so happy to have showed in 2 of my favorite places- PARIS and ISRAEL. Thanks to all who supported and showed love . THANK YOU!!!!

Please see some pics below and stay tuned for the next 3 exhibitions…

ahhhh how I needed the sun when I got there! After the long NY winter and cold and rainy in Paris I was ready for that sun:)

promoting my show without even knowing it! haha

Bazel Gallery installation is Tel Aviv, Israel. 2011

I love this piece- was the first to sell in this show….

great turnout with such amazing supportive people!

One of my faves in the show- my dad was there while I was making this one and he asked me to add the feather. He also helped affix the piece inside the tire. A father/ daughter collaboration:)

Paula defintely did a good job tending bar, noone was thirsty. Thanks Paula!

the beautiful couple!- Sharon, where’s my dress? haha

Was great having Know Hope stop by- I’m a fan of his work.

This is one of my favorite pics- I want to paint this.

I love u!

My amazing Family came to support my work! Love this crew

Left Israel way too soon but at least I had enough time to see this beautiful sunset:) be back there soon.

Thanks to Bazel Gallery, my TLV community and the family for making my trip an amazing experience! See you next year.