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.
BLOOOM ART FAIR 2014 artist special – OTTO SCHADE. Otto started as an architect, who then took to surrealism and abstract art to tell ironic stories. You can find his amazing canvases at our booth BL-B02 in hall 2.1!
Morten Andersen is one of the vivid artists within the Graffuturism movement and famous for his big size abstract dynamic canvas compositions. Morten was already two times our guest in Amsterdam during different projects (Urban Art EFX 2012 and Kosmopolite Art Tour Amsterdam 2013) and he recently opened his duo-show with Vesod at Cave Gallery in L.A.
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.
Kings of Colors Festival will go down in Den Bosch, the Netherlands this September and it will be bigger, better and more diverse than the last year. We recently became media partners for the festival and caught up with the organisers to get a better insight in their event.
Global StreetArt is one of the big platforms on the net but offers so much more than just photos. We caught up with founder Lee Bofkin and had a good talk about “How to grow a Global StreetArt brand”.
Artez is the leading Serbian artist of third generation that emerged on the local graffiti scene. He is best known as an artist that is mixing photo-realism and illustration with an amazing ability to incorporate vibrant colors in his work.
Donovan Spaanstra is a true old-school Graffiti writer, who developed his style and skills towards a successful contemporary artist. Still using spray-paint as his main tool, he creates stunning portraits and cityscapes in his original pointillist style.
Amsterdam born and raised visual artist SjocoSjon researches the elements of the visual language that is used in modern popular culture.