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.
Photo / Video: Street Art enters for the first time a Turkish museum – Language of the Wall project Istanbul
Just a few days ago a real premiere took place in Istanbul – for the first time, a museum organised a comprehensive Street Art exhibition with some of the world’s best artists.
Since May 2014, LOFT.297 opened its doors and it is the latest addition to the Amsterdam Street-Art gallery scene. But they just didn’t open, they openend with a bang by showcasing a solo-show by old-school Graffiti legen BLADE.
Three artists from “La Mancha” – Skount, Laguna and Rhode Montero – open coming Thursday their first collaborative show. We caught up with our friend Skount to find out a bit more about their upcoming project!
Just recently a very special show opened in Amsterdam: Crime Time Kings featuring old-school Graffiti legends Shoe, Bando and Mode2.
Bandits Crew from Dresden Germany celebrated their 20 years anniversary with a big wall production and the double exhibition “GRAFFITI IN DRESDEN 1989 – 2000 & 20 YEARS BANDITS DRESDEN”.
Belgium artist ROA recently opened his solo show ‘PROJECTUM 06’ in London at StolenSpace gallery with a completely new series of work. His iconic paintings of animals are the central point of the exhibition, all painted on recycled material and arranged as a big, comprehensive installation inside the gallery.
Ink’d organised a show “SNAPSHOT” with some prominent names in the Urban Art scene. Our friends FatHeat and Mr. Zero from Budapest flew over to Brighton to team up with Snub23 and Inkfetish for a group exhibition, murals and special series of print releases.
Matt Adnate, one of Australias top artists, just opened his solo-show “Beyond the Lands” at Metro Gallery Melbourne. His new work pays tribute to indigenous tribes of the country.