MOROCCO’S RED CITY WELCOMES INTERNATIONAL STREET ARTISTS TO JOIN 6TH EDITION MARRAKECH BIENNALE
We were super stoked to have been invited back to NUART in Norway for another year of amazing murals, installations and seminars, here’s a photo round-up of this years artwork.
Special highlights were collabs between local artist Martin Whatson and Canadian Sandra Chevrier, some amazing work from Futura, a giant robot by Pixel Pancho, paste-ups from Sex Pistol’s artist Jamie Reid, the playful work of Bortusk Leer and one of the world’s largest murals by French couple Ella & Pitr.
NUART Festival in Stavanger, Norway kicks off a strong line up of panels and discussions today, starting off with the inaugural Pub Debate, headed up by team captains Evan Pricco, Editor in Chief at Juxtapoz, and writer Carlo McCormick, the two go head-to-head with artists Harmen de Hoop and Bortusk Leer to explore the subject: Should Art Have to Carry a Deeper Meaning?
We caught up with Norwegian artist, Martin Whatson at NUART Festival to chat about his artwork. This is some stuff he said.
Martyn Reed is the founder of the Norwegian NUART Festival in Stavanger. We got a little insight into his background and the origins of the Scandinavian street art festival in this interview…
The Lazarides team have put together their annual off-site exhibition, a sensory feast only suitable for the brave and forward thinking.
“BRUTAL explores the brutality of the times we live in, how this is reflected in the objects around us and our perception of the world. With a chilling new central London location for this year’s creative carnage, the roster of artists are set to produce their most brutal works to date, incorporating installation, sculpture and film bigger and bolder than ever before.”
Housed in an abandoned building on 180 The Strand, with work from Antony Micallef, Ben Woodeson, Brad Downey, Bill McRight, Cleon Peterson, Conor Harrington, DALeast, Doug Foster, Estevan Oriol, James Lavelle, Katrin Fridriks, Karim Zeriahen, Know Hope, Lucy McLauchlan, Mark Jenkins, Miaz Brothers, Pose, Robert Hylton, Sebastian Horsley and Todd James.
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If you missed out on this year’s See No Evil in Bristol, never fear, the photo book is here! If you did have the pleasure of attending, well now you can relive it all.
Thousands of images of one week, a huge number of artists and a derelict area of Bristol have now been edited down and assembled into a beautifully printed 192-page four-colour book published by EPM & Tangent Books. The book features photos from some of the top street art photographers including Ian Cox, Mark Chilvers & Charlie Skelton of a whole host of internationally recognised artists painting at See No Evil, such as Chu, Flying Fortress, Conor Harrington, Mr Jago, M-City, Nychos, Pixel Pancho, Roa & Sickboy amongst many others.
Available here for £20 this will no doubt make a great xmas gift for yourself or your street art loving buddy.
A few more images from the book
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