Urban Art Festival presented 40 international artists in a big group exhibition, large-scale mural paintings and a series of side-events. The festival location OT301 was packed with visitors and everybody had a blast at the event. We have photos and videos for you after the jump to get a little glimpse of our focus event!
Spanish artist Anna Taratiel, better known as Ovni, is excited for the Urban Art Festival Amsterdam show. Even though she was very busy with her solo show at Battalion (read), the past weeks she has been working on her artwork for the upcoming show at OT301. Urban Art Now had a chat with Ovni prior to the festival about her solo show, ‘me.i’, tape and installations.
Yesterday we joined in at Battalion Gallery Amsterdam for Spanish artist OVNI’s long awaited solo-show “Me.I”.
Amsterdam based Street-Art duo “Pipsqueak Was Here” painted a large-scale mural painting at the Student Hotel in Nieuw-West. The whole wall is around 14 meters high and created in their significant stencil style.
Morcky is an Italian artist who has lived and worked in Amsterdam (NL) since 2002. Grown with a foot in graffiti and street art, nowadays his main focuses are illustrations, paintings and videos.
Amsterdam’s own Hugo “DHM” Mulder is a busy personality, who participates in group-shows, festivals and mural productions all over the world. But his solo-exhibitions are rare events that come up every 2-3 years and present a completely new level of his work and career. On May 3rd the artist opens “Up close and personal” at Amsterdam’s original Dampkring Gallery.
From graffiti and skateboard videos to murals, short film and public interventions (like the broken window series, creating the illusion of smashed in windows by taping them up with cellular tape), Wayne Horse experiments with different ways of exploring and storytelling.
Zender is an old-school Graffiti legend from Amsterdam’s infamous crew INC and one of the forces behind the development of the 3D style together with crew mate Delta.
FAKE is a self-taught Street- and Graffiti artist from Amsterdam.
Very recently, Street-Art duo Zaira & BustArt opened their new show at Amsterdam’s GoGallery. Titled “Evolution”, you can truly state that it marks another milestone in their busy career.