Posts tagged "non-letter objective graffiti"
Photo Recap "Starch, Wax, Paper & Wood" and New Murals by Martina Merlini

Photo Recap “Starch, Wax, Paper & Wood” and New Murals by Martina Merlini

Martina Merlini opened her latest exhibition last month at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco. The exhibition “Starch, Wax, Paper on wood refers to the process Martina uses to create the installation and new work on Wood. The artist also has painted an impressive installation to go along with the new work. With “Starch, Wax,...
Thierry Furger "It was all a Dream"

Thierry Furger “It was all a Dream”

As a graffiti artist at times you are witness to a great deal of memorable moments in the street or hidden spaces that you have come across during your journeys. Its natural for a writer to explore and gain access to forgotten spaces, abandoned landscapes that become their own personal playground. Thierry Murger has captured...
Wall Update Augustine Kofie in Paris at Night

Wall Update Augustine Kofie in Paris at Night

Augustine Kofie has hit the ground running in Paris ahead of Largest Solo exhibition to date in the city of Paris. As he prepares for “Taking Shape” at Openspace Gallery Paris he took some time off to paint an impressive mural in Paris. Art Azoi and Openspace were able to share with us some breathtaking...
Wall Update Kenor in Barcelona

Wall Update Kenor in Barcelona

It is great to see Kenor back at it with his most recent Mural in Barcelona. This was a special one as according to the artist it has been some time since he has painted in his city. Here is a quote from the artist about the mural. “Now eight years were not painted a...
Recap Group Exhibition " Same/Different" at Lazaridez Newcastle

Recap Group Exhibition ” Same/Different” at Lazaridez Newcastle

The Outsiders Newcastle Lazarides went out with a bang, bringing in some of Poland’s finest to close the doors for their last exhibition in Newcastle. Lazarides opened “Same/Different” a group exhibition featuring Poland’s top emerging talent. The exhibition featured new work from Robert Proch, Chazme, Sepe, Nawer, Pener, M-City, and Otecki. We have witnessed the...
Recap Labuena Ylamala "Forever"

Recap Labuena Ylamala “Forever”

As we move into a new era of Urban/Contemporary painters we are forced to deal with the issue of evaluating a new set of work that takes influence from both genres. This hybrid version of art is reflected more with some artists than others. Labuena Ylamala is a artist who has influence from the urban...
Mural update Roids for Public Matter and LSC

Mural update Roids for Public Matter and LSC

Its good to see Roids back in the US painting walls and preparing for a group exhibition with Library Street Collective next month for Art Basel Miami. With this recent wall Roids paints a mural for Public Matter a new project curated by Library street Collective. We will keep you updated on the group exhibition...
Preview Rubin415 "Gothometria" at Cave Gallery

Preview Rubin415 “Gothometria” at Cave Gallery

Rubin415 has been producing some impressive murals as well as installations in New York over the summer and now he brings his work to the Westcoast. Gothometria opens tonight at Cave Gallery in Venice, CA. The Finnish artist relocated to New York city and has used his relationship to his homeland in the palette and...
Preview Remi Rough "Motivational Therapy"

Preview Remi Rough “Motivational Therapy”

“The aesthetic is still the same I think, but the application and the forms have been broken down and rebuilt so many times. I’ve really studied minimalism and suprematism and those two styles are so prevalent within my work. I always wanted to retain a ‘graffiti’ aesthetic in the paintings but I wanted to push...
Preview Steve More "The Topography of Time"

Preview Steve More “The Topography of Time”

“Graffiti belongs to an earlier period of my life… When I first got a studio in 2005 I spent a few years trying to unlearn my previous obsessions with style and a contrived sense of detail. Ultimately the narrow parameters of graffiti pushed me to look for wider social narratives. So for me, moving from...
Review Momo “There Are No Wheels In Nature”

Review Momo “There Are No Wheels In Nature”

Invited to participate of the 4eme Mur festival spent American artist MOMO some time in Niort working on his first solo exhibition in France at Winterlong Galerie. “There Are No Wheels In Nature” consists of 5 canvases, 21 watercolor drawings, a zine, an installation and a video seeking to establish a dialogue with the architecture of the place in addition to a...
Photo Recap Clemens Behr "Samples and Variations"

Photo Recap Clemens Behr “Samples and Variations”

Clemens Behr traveled to Portugal to exhibit a new body of work as well as paint a large scale mural. The exhibition “Samples and Variations” featured all new work from the artist as he continues his progression from installations towards a more diverse range of mediums. As is normal with Clemens he constructed and installed...