Honet recently exhibited at Ruttkowski 68. The solo exhibition titled “Initiation to Fantastic Realism” focused on a illustrating and developing personal experiences through his travels and adventures as a graffiti artist. Graffiti art has been Honet’s reality, and with the exhibition Honet reflects on those moments and offers us his alter reality. By using his personal experiences as inspiration Honet is able to detach himself from himself. This ulterior universe is reflected through documentary pictures illustrations and sculptural elements. What you witness is a visual diary made with multiple mediums from the life of Honet. Ruttkowski 68 continues their excellent curating by introducing yet another important graffiti artist who is able to transfer his reality into a gallery.


French street artist Honet taps into both creativity and curiosity to produce his works. The former graffiti writer-turned-artist is intrigued by the remnants of former generations. His pursuit of artifacts and bio-facts, and his hunger for architecture and cultural landscapes has led him down tunnels, up on roofs, and through every other level in between. Honet records his experiences figuratively, creating illustrations that thrill the art world and provide a legacy for urbanity’s undiscovered corners. His works are like history books that tell of places forgotten, neglected or underestimated.

For his current solo exhibition, Honet treads a thin line between reality and fiction. He embarks on an imaginary journey across planets, black holes and nebulae, probing into biology, histology, anatomy and mythology. There is a collaboration with French artists Ketty Sean and L’Outsider midway, before the tour concludes with Initiation to Fantastic Realism, a showcase of canvases, screen prints, sculptures, photos and post cards.