Urban Art NOW and Street Art Belgium curate an eclectic show of 21 famous Street Artists from the Netherlands and Vlaanderen.
Urban Art NOW is proud to present the 5 year anniversary edition of Amsterdam’s biggest festival for international Street Art.
During Art Basel week, the Wynwood neighbourhood transforms into a huge playground of the international urban art scene. In our third part of an ongoing series to document muralism in Miami, we captured another 12 extraordinary art productions for your viewing pleasure.
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.
The 2nd part of our Urban Art NOW series of top notch murals in the Wynwood Art District in Miami of artists from all over the world, painted during the Art Basel week 2014.
During Art Basel Miami, the Wynwood neighbourhood is the place to be for the international urban art scene. Each day murals of prolific artists go up, expos open in the weirdest places and it seems like everybody from around the world is here.
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.
The first weekend of August, the guys behind Kings of Colors Festival organised a big Graffiti mural during the city-wide Theater Boulevard event. More than 20 Graffiti writers from all over the Netherlands joined in a big Graffiti Styled wall production.
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.
Minigallery Amsterdam recently opened in a new location. Not as mini as the last one but even more successful. We caught up with Julia, owner and curator to talk about plans, ambition and the gallery’s history in her living room.