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!
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UrbanArtNOW talks to Ard Doko about art as a life saver, deliriums, aggression, Callantsoog, Amsterdam, the US, Mexico and the Stick Together Festival.
On the road again… After out great adventure in Munich we decided to take the orange Urban Art NOW hippy van down to Roeselare, Belgium to check out the DayOne Festival. We found great murals, some good friends and made new ones, got a great tour by Bjorn from Street Art Belgium and had a blast of a day. Check out our travel report!
Besides that Roeselare (BE) is famous for cyclist Jean-Pierre Monseré, lots of great poets and the burgerbar Open Kitchen (so good!), Roeselare is now also famous for its beautiful mural…
Urban Art NOW presented Max Zorn and Stick Together exclusively at STROKE Art Fair. During his live tape art sessions at the booth, his artwork and unique technique got a lot of attention!
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.
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.
During our stay in Munich for STROKE Art Fair, photorealistic painter Case of the infamour Ma’Claim crew opened his solo-show “Power of Movement” in Munich.
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.
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.