The Best Anti-Trump Art from Around the World     Paper Magazine   A demented clown in a fright wig, a dangerous demagogue playing to the lowest common denominator, a carnie-barker reality showman who magnifies greed, fear, ignorance and arrogance to grotesque caricature; something about Donald Trump's foolish and dangerous parade across the media landscape has inspired artist unlike any other political figure in recent history.    read more
   Donald Trump ‘Loser,’ by Artist Vicki Da Silva, in Front of His Building     The Huffington Post   The unreality TV version of the U.S. political race is simplifying and degrading the discussions that candidates are having during this election cycle. If you ask the Republican frontrunner what the race is about he’ll reduce it down to a contest of winners and losers.      read more
   Artists to Watch: Holiday Window Edition     artnet news   The Big Apple is an iconic location during the winter months. Every year, New Yorkers and tourists alike crowd midtown to get a glimpse of the iconic department store holiday window displays, and are treated to each store’s distinctive style, ranging from the classically Christmas-y to some very abstract contemporary designs.    read more
   Going Public     Hedge, 37, The Mayfair Issue    At 10pm on a cold, dark March night, dressed head-to-toe in black and carrying an eight-foot fluorescent lamp, American light artist Vicki DaSilva danced and looped between people in Trafalgar Square. The moving light, transported gracefully by DaSilva, was captured as a long-exposure single-frame photograph, producing the beautiful and ethereal Trafalgar.    read more
   NYC’s Newest Outdoor Art: A Mirrored Maze, A Treetop Mirage     Wall Street Journal   When seven large-scale sculptures go on view in Riverside Park South later this week, they will be the latest in this season’s growing gallery of outdoor art claiming turf in city parks and green spaces.    read more
   New York’s 15 Can’t-Miss Summer Public Art Installations     artnet news   When you’re in the mood to see art, but still want to enjoy the summer sun, New York has got you covered. With public art popping up all over the city, artnet News has rounded up the best on view in all five boroughs—in addition to our favorites from this spring.    read more
   Art in the Parks, Vicki DaSilva,  East River Flows      NYC Parks   DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. Since 1980, she has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night. DaSilva is credited with creating the term “light graffiti”, as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs.    read more
   Vicki DaSilva’s Light Graffiti Promotes Campaign for Syria     artnet news   Since the Syrian crisis began on March 13, 2011, 83 percent of the country’s electric lines have been cut, leaving the Syrian people in darkness. To promote awareness of the country’s suffering, OxFam International enlisted light artist Vicki DaSilva to create one of her signature ephemeral light graffiti works to highlight the #withSyria campaign and their Syrian Refugee Crisis Fund.    read more
   Artist Renders East River Flows in Light Graffiti     artnet news   Pioneering light graffiti artist  Vicki DaSilva  brought her ephemeral work to the Upper East Side’s East River Esplanade last weekend, shooting her signature single-frame, long exposure photographs, tracing colored beams of light amid pedestrians enjoying a nighttime stroll along the river.   read more
   Q&A with Light Graffiti Artist Vicki DaSilva     Amsterdam News   Vicki DaSilva’s signature light photography is inspired by graffiti, one of the four elements of hip-hop culture, but you’re most likely to find her with 4 and 8-foot fluorescent bulbs in her hands than spray paint.    read more      
   Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX     WYBCX Yale Radio   Vicki DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. She has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980. She is credited with the term ‘light graffiti’ as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs beginning in 1980 with her photograph titled Cash.    read more
   Snap! - Motion to Light Paramotoring - Red Bull Illume 2013     Red Bull & Snap! Orlando   In part 2 of the "Motion to Light" collaboration between Red Bull and Snap! Orlando, light painter Vicki DaSilva asks pilot Chris Santacroce to fly at night with an 8' light bulb strapped to his chest. Check out the amazing results.    watch video
   Vicki DaSilva Shines the Light     Photo District News Edu Fall 2013   As if the magic inherent in a still image weren't powerful enough, there is light painting - fine art photographer Vicki DaSilva's medium of choice, which shatters the confines of conventional photography by incorporating performance, sculpture, technology and imagination.    read more
   Making Her Mark with Light     Lehigh Valley Style   Vicki DaSilva of Allentown is one of the world’s most prolific pioneers of light painting and light graffiti. The dynamic luminous shapes she creates cleverly explore a fascinating frontier where installation, performance, painting, sculpture and intervention art converge in a singular spectacular photograph.    read more
   Snap! presents : Vicki DaSilva, behind the scenes - Miami Beach December 2012     Snap! Orlando      watch video
   Web Sites Illuminate Unknown Artists     The New York Times   At twilight on Monday, something new will light up a Times Square billboard. An original work of art, 23 stories high, will replace a bright yellow ad for Sprint. The artist whose work now gets a canvas Rembrandt could never have imagined is a substitute teacher from Allentown, Pa., who has made art for over 30 years but never had the backing of a major museum or gallery.    read more
   Times Square Arts    Vicki DaSilva is an American light graffiti and photographer who has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980.   She was heavily influenced by the convergence of street and graffiti art during the birth of hip-hop that created a lasting graffiti love affair with light replacing spray paint.    read more
   Artists Wanted | Art Takes Times Square Video     See Me   Working in concert with Chashama and the Times Square Alliance, we hosted an international competition with the goal of discovering creative talent and exposing it to the world at one of the most iconic locations on the planet : Times Square NYC. Tens of thousands of artists participated. Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast. One artist was chosen.   watch video
   Art Contest Winner Gets Times Square "Screening"     Time Warner Cable NY News 1   A new piece of art is now hanging in Times Square. The multimedia piece created by artist Vicki DaSilva hangs 23 stories above the famed "Crossroads of the World". The work features digital graffiti of the words "Never Sorry", written in homage to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.    watch video
   In Lieu Of Advertising, Substitute Teacher's Art Brightens Times Square     Guest of a Guest   Last night in Times Square, one might have noticed a different kind of sign amidst the bright lights of advertising: "Jasmine Never Sorry (for Ai Weiwei)," a 23-story work of luminescent grafitti art by Vicki DaSilva.    read more
   Times Square billboards answer a high-brow calling: Art     Politico New York   An artsy crowd filtered into Times Square last night, bathed along with the tourists in the weird Blade Runner light of the usually baldly-consumerist electronic billboards there.    read more     
   Allentown artist's work will light up Times Square     The Morning Call   After 30 years using light to paint amid shadows, Allentown artist Vicki DaSilva has finally attracted the spotlight on her art. One of her pieces was selected by online voting out of 35,000 entries as the winner of this year's "Art Takes Times Square" contest, sponsored by the group Artists Wanted.    read more
   Allentown artist, substitute teacher makes Times Square debut     WFMZ 69 News   A substitute teacher from Allentown is getting her big break as an artist on the world's biggest state right in the middle of Times Square. "It's my really big break," said artist Vicki DaSilva.    read more
   August 2011, Vicki DaSilva at Able Fine Art NY Gallery      Whitehot Magazine   Light painter and graffiti artist, Vicki DaSilva conquers two aesthetic discourses, both recently re-emerging onto the art world’s “preferred list.” Her solo show REVERB, at Able Fine Art NY, awakens the static photograph and illuminates iconography that normally only “goes bump” in the night.      read more
   Miami Lites Up     Reebok    Celebrating Reebok's Classic Lite Collection, three light painters team up in Miami to show how they're transforming traditional street art.      w      atch video     
   Armory Picks, Fun Friday March 4, 2011     Brooklyn Street Art   Armory Madness this weekend. Light graffiti artist Vicki DaSilva blesses the art proceedings with Tiger Blood, an homage to someone famous allegedly.    read more
   The Best Anti-Trump Art from Around the World     Paper Magazine   A demented clown in a fright wig, a dangerous demagogue playing to the lowest common denominator, a carnie-barker reality showman who magnifies greed, fear, ignorance and arrogance to grotesque caricature; something about Donald Trump's foolish and dangerous parade across the media landscape has inspired artist unlike any other political figure in recent history.    read more
The Best Anti-Trump Art from Around the WorldPaper MagazineA demented clown in a fright wig, a dangerous demagogue playing to the lowest common denominator, a carnie-barker reality showman who magnifies greed, fear, ignorance and arrogance to grotesque caricature; something about Donald Trump's foolish and dangerous parade across the media landscape has inspired artist unlike any other political figure in recent history. read more
   Donald Trump ‘Loser,’ by Artist Vicki Da Silva, in Front of His Building     The Huffington Post   The unreality TV version of the U.S. political race is simplifying and degrading the discussions that candidates are having during this election cycle. If you ask the Republican frontrunner what the race is about he’ll reduce it down to a contest of winners and losers.      read more
Donald Trump ‘Loser,’ by Artist Vicki Da Silva, in Front of His BuildingThe Huffington PostThe unreality TV version of the U.S. political race is simplifying and degrading the discussions that candidates are having during this election cycle. If you ask the Republican frontrunner what the race is about he’ll reduce it down to a contest of winners and losers. read more
   Artists to Watch: Holiday Window Edition     artnet news   The Big Apple is an iconic location during the winter months. Every year, New Yorkers and tourists alike crowd midtown to get a glimpse of the iconic department store holiday window displays, and are treated to each store’s distinctive style, ranging from the classically Christmas-y to some very abstract contemporary designs.    read more
Artists to Watch: Holiday Window Editionartnet newsThe Big Apple is an iconic location during the winter months. Every year, New Yorkers and tourists alike crowd midtown to get a glimpse of the iconic department store holiday window displays, and are treated to each store’s distinctive style, ranging from the classically Christmas-y to some very abstract contemporary designs. read more
   Going Public     Hedge, 37, The Mayfair Issue    At 10pm on a cold, dark March night, dressed head-to-toe in black and carrying an eight-foot fluorescent lamp, American light artist Vicki DaSilva danced and looped between people in Trafalgar Square. The moving light, transported gracefully by DaSilva, was captured as a long-exposure single-frame photograph, producing the beautiful and ethereal Trafalgar.    read more
Going PublicHedge, 37, The Mayfair Issue At 10pm on a cold, dark March night, dressed head-to-toe in black and carrying an eight-foot fluorescent lamp, American light artist Vicki DaSilva danced and looped between people in Trafalgar Square. The moving light, transported gracefully by DaSilva, was captured as a long-exposure single-frame photograph, producing the beautiful and ethereal Trafalgar. read more
   NYC’s Newest Outdoor Art: A Mirrored Maze, A Treetop Mirage     Wall Street Journal   When seven large-scale sculptures go on view in Riverside Park South later this week, they will be the latest in this season’s growing gallery of outdoor art claiming turf in city parks and green spaces.    read more
NYC’s Newest Outdoor Art: A Mirrored Maze, A Treetop MirageWall Street JournalWhen seven large-scale sculptures go on view in Riverside Park South later this week, they will be the latest in this season’s growing gallery of outdoor art claiming turf in city parks and green spaces. read more
   New York’s 15 Can’t-Miss Summer Public Art Installations     artnet news   When you’re in the mood to see art, but still want to enjoy the summer sun, New York has got you covered. With public art popping up all over the city, artnet News has rounded up the best on view in all five boroughs—in addition to our favorites from this spring.    read more
New York’s 15 Can’t-Miss Summer Public Art Installationsartnet newsWhen you’re in the mood to see art, but still want to enjoy the summer sun, New York has got you covered. With public art popping up all over the city, artnet News has rounded up the best on view in all five boroughs—in addition to our favorites from this spring. read more
   Art in the Parks, Vicki DaSilva,  East River Flows      NYC Parks   DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. Since 1980, she has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night. DaSilva is credited with creating the term “light graffiti”, as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs.    read more
Art in the Parks, Vicki DaSilva, East River FlowsNYC ParksDaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. Since 1980, she has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night. DaSilva is credited with creating the term “light graffiti”, as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs. read more
   Vicki DaSilva’s Light Graffiti Promotes Campaign for Syria     artnet news   Since the Syrian crisis began on March 13, 2011, 83 percent of the country’s electric lines have been cut, leaving the Syrian people in darkness. To promote awareness of the country’s suffering, OxFam International enlisted light artist Vicki DaSilva to create one of her signature ephemeral light graffiti works to highlight the #withSyria campaign and their Syrian Refugee Crisis Fund.    read more
Vicki DaSilva’s Light Graffiti Promotes Campaign for Syriaartnet newsSince the Syrian crisis began on March 13, 2011, 83 percent of the country’s electric lines have been cut, leaving the Syrian people in darkness. To promote awareness of the country’s suffering, OxFam International enlisted light artist Vicki DaSilva to create one of her signature ephemeral light graffiti works to highlight the #withSyria campaign and their Syrian Refugee Crisis Fund. read more
   Artist Renders East River Flows in Light Graffiti     artnet news   Pioneering light graffiti artist  Vicki DaSilva  brought her ephemeral work to the Upper East Side’s East River Esplanade last weekend, shooting her signature single-frame, long exposure photographs, tracing colored beams of light amid pedestrians enjoying a nighttime stroll along the river.   read more
Artist Renders East River Flows in Light Graffitiartnet newsPioneering light graffiti artist Vicki DaSilva brought her ephemeral work to the Upper East Side’s East River Esplanade last weekend, shooting her signature single-frame, long exposure photographs, tracing colored beams of light amid pedestrians enjoying a nighttime stroll along the river. read more
   Q&A with Light Graffiti Artist Vicki DaSilva     Amsterdam News   Vicki DaSilva’s signature light photography is inspired by graffiti, one of the four elements of hip-hop culture, but you’re most likely to find her with 4 and 8-foot fluorescent bulbs in her hands than spray paint.    read more      
Q&A with Light Graffiti Artist Vicki DaSilvaAmsterdam NewsVicki DaSilva’s signature light photography is inspired by graffiti, one of the four elements of hip-hop culture, but you’re most likely to find her with 4 and 8-foot fluorescent bulbs in her hands than spray paint. read more 
   Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCX     WYBCX Yale Radio   Vicki DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. She has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980. She is credited with the term ‘light graffiti’ as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs beginning in 1980 with her photograph titled Cash.    read more
Interviews from Yale University Radio WYBCXWYBCX Yale RadioVicki DaSilva is a light graffiti and light painting pioneer. She has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980. She is credited with the term ‘light graffiti’ as well as being the first artist to make deliberate text light graffiti photographs beginning in 1980 with her photograph titled Cash. read more
   Snap! - Motion to Light Paramotoring - Red Bull Illume 2013     Red Bull & Snap! Orlando   In part 2 of the "Motion to Light" collaboration between Red Bull and Snap! Orlando, light painter Vicki DaSilva asks pilot Chris Santacroce to fly at night with an 8' light bulb strapped to his chest. Check out the amazing results.    watch video
Snap! - Motion to Light Paramotoring - Red Bull Illume 2013Red Bull & Snap! OrlandoIn part 2 of the "Motion to Light" collaboration between Red Bull and Snap! Orlando, light painter Vicki DaSilva asks pilot Chris Santacroce to fly at night with an 8' light bulb strapped to his chest. Check out the amazing results. watch video
   Vicki DaSilva Shines the Light     Photo District News Edu Fall 2013   As if the magic inherent in a still image weren't powerful enough, there is light painting - fine art photographer Vicki DaSilva's medium of choice, which shatters the confines of conventional photography by incorporating performance, sculpture, technology and imagination.    read more
Vicki DaSilva Shines the LightPhoto District News Edu Fall 2013As if the magic inherent in a still image weren't powerful enough, there is light painting - fine art photographer Vicki DaSilva's medium of choice, which shatters the confines of conventional photography by incorporating performance, sculpture, technology and imagination. read more
   Making Her Mark with Light     Lehigh Valley Style   Vicki DaSilva of Allentown is one of the world’s most prolific pioneers of light painting and light graffiti. The dynamic luminous shapes she creates cleverly explore a fascinating frontier where installation, performance, painting, sculpture and intervention art converge in a singular spectacular photograph.    read more
Making Her Mark with LightLehigh Valley StyleVicki DaSilva of Allentown is one of the world’s most prolific pioneers of light painting and light graffiti. The dynamic luminous shapes she creates cleverly explore a fascinating frontier where installation, performance, painting, sculpture and intervention art converge in a singular spectacular photograph. read more
   Snap! presents : Vicki DaSilva, behind the scenes - Miami Beach December 2012     Snap! Orlando      watch video
Snap! presents : Vicki DaSilva, behind the scenes - Miami Beach December 2012Snap! Orlandowatch video
   Web Sites Illuminate Unknown Artists     The New York Times   At twilight on Monday, something new will light up a Times Square billboard. An original work of art, 23 stories high, will replace a bright yellow ad for Sprint. The artist whose work now gets a canvas Rembrandt could never have imagined is a substitute teacher from Allentown, Pa., who has made art for over 30 years but never had the backing of a major museum or gallery.    read more
Web Sites Illuminate Unknown ArtistsThe New York TimesAt twilight on Monday, something new will light up a Times Square billboard. An original work of art, 23 stories high, will replace a bright yellow ad for Sprint. The artist whose work now gets a canvas Rembrandt could never have imagined is a substitute teacher from Allentown, Pa., who has made art for over 30 years but never had the backing of a major museum or gallery. read more
   Times Square Arts    Vicki DaSilva is an American light graffiti and photographer who has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980.   She was heavily influenced by the convergence of street and graffiti art during the birth of hip-hop that created a lasting graffiti love affair with light replacing spray paint.    read more
Times Square ArtsVicki DaSilva is an American light graffiti and photographer who has been making single frame time exposure photographs at night since 1980.   She was heavily influenced by the convergence of street and graffiti art during the birth of hip-hop that created a lasting graffiti love affair with light replacing spray paint. read more
   Artists Wanted | Art Takes Times Square Video     See Me   Working in concert with Chashama and the Times Square Alliance, we hosted an international competition with the goal of discovering creative talent and exposing it to the world at one of the most iconic locations on the planet : Times Square NYC. Tens of thousands of artists participated. Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast. One artist was chosen.   watch video
Artists Wanted | Art Takes Times Square VideoSee MeWorking in concert with Chashama and the Times Square Alliance, we hosted an international competition with the goal of discovering creative talent and exposing it to the world at one of the most iconic locations on the planet : Times Square NYC. Tens of thousands of artists participated. Hundreds of thousands of votes were cast. One artist was chosen. watch video
   Art Contest Winner Gets Times Square "Screening"     Time Warner Cable NY News 1   A new piece of art is now hanging in Times Square. The multimedia piece created by artist Vicki DaSilva hangs 23 stories above the famed "Crossroads of the World". The work features digital graffiti of the words "Never Sorry", written in homage to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.    watch video
Art Contest Winner Gets Times Square "Screening"Time Warner Cable NY News 1A new piece of art is now hanging in Times Square. The multimedia piece created by artist Vicki DaSilva hangs 23 stories above the famed "Crossroads of the World". The work features digital graffiti of the words "Never Sorry", written in homage to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. watch video
   In Lieu Of Advertising, Substitute Teacher's Art Brightens Times Square     Guest of a Guest   Last night in Times Square, one might have noticed a different kind of sign amidst the bright lights of advertising: "Jasmine Never Sorry (for Ai Weiwei)," a 23-story work of luminescent grafitti art by Vicki DaSilva.    read more
In Lieu Of Advertising, Substitute Teacher's Art Brightens Times SquareGuest of a GuestLast night in Times Square, one might have noticed a different kind of sign amidst the bright lights of advertising: "Jasmine Never Sorry (for Ai Weiwei)," a 23-story work of luminescent grafitti art by Vicki DaSilva. read more
   Times Square billboards answer a high-brow calling: Art     Politico New York   An artsy crowd filtered into Times Square last night, bathed along with the tourists in the weird Blade Runner light of the usually baldly-consumerist electronic billboards there.    read more     
Times Square billboards answer a high-brow calling: ArtPolitico New YorkAn artsy crowd filtered into Times Square last night, bathed along with the tourists in the weird Blade Runner light of the usually baldly-consumerist electronic billboards there. read more 
   Allentown artist's work will light up Times Square     The Morning Call   After 30 years using light to paint amid shadows, Allentown artist Vicki DaSilva has finally attracted the spotlight on her art. One of her pieces was selected by online voting out of 35,000 entries as the winner of this year's "Art Takes Times Square" contest, sponsored by the group Artists Wanted.    read more
Allentown artist's work will light up Times SquareThe Morning CallAfter 30 years using light to paint amid shadows, Allentown artist Vicki DaSilva has finally attracted the spotlight on her art. One of her pieces was selected by online voting out of 35,000 entries as the winner of this year's "Art Takes Times Square" contest, sponsored by the group Artists Wanted. read more
   Allentown artist, substitute teacher makes Times Square debut     WFMZ 69 News   A substitute teacher from Allentown is getting her big break as an artist on the world's biggest state right in the middle of Times Square. "It's my really big break," said artist Vicki DaSilva.    read more
Allentown artist, substitute teacher makes Times Square debutWFMZ 69 NewsA substitute teacher from Allentown is getting her big break as an artist on the world's biggest state right in the middle of Times Square. "It's my really big break," said artist Vicki DaSilva. read more
   August 2011, Vicki DaSilva at Able Fine Art NY Gallery      Whitehot Magazine   Light painter and graffiti artist, Vicki DaSilva conquers two aesthetic discourses, both recently re-emerging onto the art world’s “preferred list.” Her solo show REVERB, at Able Fine Art NY, awakens the static photograph and illuminates iconography that normally only “goes bump” in the night.      read more
August 2011, Vicki DaSilva at Able Fine Art NY Gallery Whitehot MagazineLight painter and graffiti artist, Vicki DaSilva conquers two aesthetic discourses, both recently re-emerging onto the art world’s “preferred list.” Her solo show REVERB, at Able Fine Art NY, awakens the static photograph and illuminates iconography that normally only “goes bump” in the night. read more
   Miami Lites Up     Reebok    Celebrating Reebok's Classic Lite Collection, three light painters team up in Miami to show how they're transforming traditional street art.      w      atch video     
Miami Lites UpReebok Celebrating Reebok's Classic Lite Collection, three light painters team up in Miami to show how they're transforming traditional street art. watch video 
   Armory Picks, Fun Friday March 4, 2011     Brooklyn Street Art   Armory Madness this weekend. Light graffiti artist Vicki DaSilva blesses the art proceedings with Tiger Blood, an homage to someone famous allegedly.    read more
Armory Picks, Fun Friday March 4, 2011Brooklyn Street ArtArmory Madness this weekend. Light graffiti artist Vicki DaSilva blesses the art proceedings with Tiger Blood, an homage to someone famous allegedly. read more
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