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Fifth Wall TV visits Banksy’s ‘The Walled Off Hotel’

In March 2017 British artist Banksy opened the doors to ‘The Walled Off Hotel’ in Bethlehem, Occupied Palestine.

FWTV went out to see the hotel and spend a few days gaining first-hand insight into life under occupation.

If you’d like to show support we recommend the Palestine Solidarity Campaign

https://www.palestinecampaign.org/

and Medical Aid For Palestinians

https://www.map.org.uk/

for more information on The Walled Off Hotel
www.walledoffhotel.com
@walledoffhotel

Music

3AMMY BASEL SADEK – #HALA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBfcjKYMpnQ

Hills

LEMMiNO – Voyage
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSsB5hOfQVg

A Himitsu – Lost Within
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WQjgHuUDWU

www.fifthwalltv.com
@fifthwallt

The Big Issue – Tipping Point / Special Art Edition

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Some big art names have been working with UK-based magazine The Big Issue recently. With limited edition releases from the likes of Ben Eine, aimed at giving the homeless a helping hand up, the collaborations have culminated in a group exhibition at Jealous Gallery, London, entitled ‘Tipping Point”.

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Lousy Ink – Lousy Show

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Melbourne based ink recycler’s Lousy Ink are hosting their first group exhibition, ‘Lousy Show’, which will celebrate local talent, featuring over 40 creatives.

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REKA ONE – ‘Eastern Dreams’ print release

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Reka One is a contemporary Australian artist based in Berlin, Germany. His origins lie in the alleyways and train lines of Melbourne’s inner-suburbs where he spent over a decade refining his now-emblematic aesthetic. His character work has come to represent the beginnings of a new style of street art: clean and unique.

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ShangrilART at the V&A Museum

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Armed with buckets, paste and brushes, the creative team behind Shangri-la and a few special guests arrived late last week to add their striking additions to the Glastonbury land and legend exhibition at the V&A Museum, London.

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Works by the following artists can be seen if you look close enough: Jimmy Cauty, Shepherd Fairey, Chu, Paul Insect, Dr D, Noki, Mobstr, Steve Cutts, Dan Hillier, Andi Rivas, Carl Cashman, Charlie Anderson, Darren Cullen, Angry Dan, Hugo Farmer, Hal Hefner, Jim Chambers, Webbo, Hutch, Mark Hooley, Objectables, Aaron Baker, Natasha Carter.

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New Translations at Subliminal Projects by Scott Albrecht

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Exhibition Review by Hyland Mather

This show New Translations, by Scott Ablrecht (instagram @scottyfivealive) has been getting lots of attention online, and why not… a) It’s at Shepard’s gallery, duh, and b) this new work from Scotty is quite freaking stellar.

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‘Polarity’ – Christopher Hancock

Christopher Hancock is best known for his dark and twisted figurative works that explore the surreal complexities of the human condition. Born in Perth, the now Melbourne-based artist hails from a background in Australia’s graffiti and street art scene. The raw aesthetics of these urban movements can still be seen in his studio works, although it is the influence of fine artists such Francis Bacon that is most prominent. Within Christopher Hancock’s works themes of family, love, sexuality, anxiety, depression and mental health can be derived among many others.

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