STROKE Art Fair presented countless good artists during 5 days in Munich. Here comes the TOP 5 artwork selection by Keep Hush!
Team Copenhagen got busy the last days and created a burner wall in the city’s infamous Norrebro district for our upcoming festival May 30th – June 1st.
STROKE Art Fair was a big success, especially on the last day. Good weather, lots of visitors and tons of new artwork finished in the live painting outside.
Stroke Art Fair celebrates its 5th anniversary this year in Munich. UrbanArtNOW was present with a big booth alongside other great galleries and artists from Amsterdam and the rest of the world.
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.
Travel diary of our trip to Stroke Art Fair. We exclusively represent Max Zorn at the fair alongside other great artists such as Eelco van den Berg, Fake, BTOY, Olivier Philippe and Florian Krause.
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.
Max Zorn participated in different events during Art Basel Miami last year. His own solo-show sold out immediately.