Boston University's Daily Free Press just featured an incredibly insightful article written by BU student Ramsey Khalifeh on street artist SEN-1 and Galerie d'Orsay's current show An Urban Conversation: Paris + New York.
Khalifeh interviewed SEN-1 on his start in 1980s NYC tagging trains and the inspirations of the original Hip Hop movement and Galerie d'Orsay's Co-Director Martha Folsom and Fine Art Consultant Ben Flythe on how they recognized SEN-1's bold authenticity that lets him hold his own next to artists like Picasso and Matisse.
Click the link below to hop over to The Daily Free Press and read the full inspiring article!
“If I’m going to be dead tomorrow you’re going to know that I was here. The risk didn’t matter because the whole idea was 'I’m going to leave my name really big so that you never forget me.'” — SEN-1
SEN-1's street art and An Urban Conversation will be up in Galerie d'Orsay at 33 Newbury Street through March — stop by to see this powerful collection in person!