Jaime Rojo

New York / USA

Jaime Rojo is a New York based photographer. He has spent the past two decades capturing the evolution of the Street Art scene. His fine art photographs have been exhibited in galleries of New York and auctioned at Phillips De Pury. Rojo has also had affinities towards interior design. His design works gave been published in Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Home, House and Garden, House Beautiful, and The New York Times Home Section. Jaime has collaborated with URBAN NATION together with Steven P. Harrington, as the curator of Project M/5 in 2015. […]

Biography / Jaime Rojo

Jaime Rojo is a New York based photographer. He has spent the past two decades capturing the evolution of the Street Art scene. His fine art photographs have been exhibited in galleries of New York and auctioned at Phillips De Pury. Rojo has also had affinities towards interior design. His design works gave been published in Architectural Digest, Metropolitan Home, House and Garden, House Beautiful, and The New York Times Home Section. Jaime has collaborated with URBAN NATION together with Steven P. Harrington, as the curator of Project M/7 in 2015.

Jaime, alongside friend Steven P. Harrington, they founded the influential art blog BrooklynStreetArt.com. Having one quarter of million followers on their social network, allows them to share street art graffiti, murals and public art throughout the world. Their significance is proved however via the use of their work to raise funds for charities like Free Arts NYC. Furthermore, Brooklyn Street Art and Street Art New York are the outcomes of this never-ending quest to capture every mark left on the New York walls. They have managed to document the expansion of the street art movement during its pick in New York. Their work was also issued in publications like Eloquent Vandals: A History of Nuart Norway, Community Service (The C215 monograph), and PANTHEON: A History of Art from the Streets of NYC. They are street art lovers and they never go by without emphasizing its importance.

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