Urban Art NOW and Street Art Belgium curate an eclectic show of 21 famous Street Artists from the Netherlands and Vlaanderen.
Urban Art NOW is proud to present the 5 year anniversary edition of Amsterdam’s biggest festival for international Street Art.
Amsterdam and the Netherlands are more than present during the Art Basel week in Miami this year. Besides events and presentations in Wynwood and at Scope Art Fair, several respected Dutch artists participate in BRIDGE – the Dutch Pavilion exhibition.
A real heartwarming story about an infamous battle between Audrey Sykes (Max Zorn Management) and the city council of Amsterdam East to get the permission for local artist Ottograph to paint an electricity shed in the new Hipster area.
American artist Nils Westergard spent this whole summer in Europe to discover new places, settle down in Amsterdam for a little while and leave as much artwork on the streets behind as he could! For Urban Art NOW! Niels wrote a nice “travel report” to document his adventures during the last months.
After a year long break, Reflexo on Urban Art (aka R.U.A.) Festival is back in town organising large murals in Amsterdam’s infamous area Heesterveld.
At the moment Urban Art NOW is busy to organise a ginormous mural for the Amsterdam Monument Day at Van Gentdhallen with a good line-up of artists from Paris, Brussels and Amsterdam.
ast week, we went on our first Street Art Amsterdam Tour and shot a lot of nice photos of old and new gems in the city center. C215 left three new street pieces, Amsterdam’s own Ottograph and Hero de Janeiro repainted two big walls, we found a big flamingo by Ives.One and an 11 year old Space Invader.
We went recently on our very first (and definitely not last) Street Art Amsterdam Tour and shot a nice photo update of old and brand new jewels in the centre of our beloved city.
Minigallery Amsterdam recently opened in a new location. Not as mini as the last one but even more successful. We caught up with Julia, owner and curator to talk about plans, ambition and the gallery’s history in her living room.