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“Safe House” by Leon Keer in Morlaix, France

As part of the MX29 Graffiti Tour 2020 organized by the Ateliers du Graff, the Dutch artist Leon Keer worked on a new mural in Morlaix, France. The mural features a trompe l’oeil gift packaging on the gable of a building. “It is not obvious for everybody to have a roof over their head, your home is precious and gives you the comfort and protection, a gift for the necessary needs... | Read More

“The Old Man and the Sea 2.0” by AERO in Morlaix, France

Talented graffiti artist Aero has just completed this wonderful piece entitled “The Old Man and the Sea 2.0”, inspired by the Ernest Hemingway’s short novel. Commissioned by Les Ateliers du Graff, Aero took part to the II Edition of MX29 Graffiti Tour Festival 2020, and painted this 70sq meters wall in the city of Morlaix, Northwestern France.

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“DontGiveADamns” by Marian Cramer Projects in Amsterdam

Marian Cramer Projects in Amsterdam has teamed up with curator, writer, and contributing editor of Juxtapoz magazine, Sasha Bogojev, for an exciting group exhibition that will celebrate the beginning of Summer and hopeful restoration of everyday life’s energy. 

DontGiveADamns is an eclectic selection of 18 international artists whose creative practice carries the “f**k... | Read More

“DontGiveADamns” by Marian Cramer Projects in Amsterdam

Marian Cramer Projects in Amsterdam has teamed up with curator, writer, and contributing editor of Juxtapoz magazine, Sasha Bogojev, for an exciting group exhibition that will celebrate the beginning of Summer and hopeful restoration of everyday life’s energy. 

DontGiveADamns is an eclectic selection of 18 international artists whose creative practice carries the “f**k... | Read More

“Insurrecta” by Gonzalo Borondo in Segovia, Spain

Spanish artist artist Gonzalo Borondo presents INSURRECTA alongside the City Council of Segovia, and in collaboration with Acción Cultural Española (AC/E). ‘Insurrecta’ commemorates the 500th anniversary of the communal uprising in the city, and pays homage to the Comuneros of Segovia by delving into the idea of Revolt.

A total of 32 pieces chosen by Borondo were... | Read More

Carl Kostyál Gallery Launches Sponsorship to Fund Black Students in the Arts

In support of and in solidarity with the global Black Lives Matter movement, Carl Kostyál Gallery is launching an ongoing sponsorship scheme for black students wishing to pursue a career in the arts, whether their ambition is to be an artist, a curator, an art historian, an auctioneer, an advisor, a gallerist or to enter art production.⠀

The gallery will provide financial aid of... | Read More

Beegarden – The newest art work by Tellas in Turin X Street Alps festival

The productive collaboration between Sardinian artist Tellas and the international festival of urban art Street Alps, the first in Italy to create murals in a mountain context, continues and this time for a metropolitan and unusual project which inaugurates the seventh edition of the festival.

Beegarden is the title of the work that Tellas painted at the brand new and fresh HUB... | Read More

“World in progress” by Saype in Geneva, Switzerland

Swiss French artist Saype has just completed this wonderful new paint at the European headquarters of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. The artwork covering 6000 square meters was produced with biodegradable paints made from natural pigments such as coal and chalk. Entitled “World in progress” this fresco symbolises the world of tomorrow seen by two children, and according... | Read More

FAITH XLVII “410 BC – 340 BC” New Print Available Now

South African interdisciplinary artist Faith XLVII just released a new print entitled “410 BC – 340 BC”. It is a part of the 7.83hz Series in which raw intimacy is explored within abandoned buildings. In this series the earth’s resonance serves as a metaphor for our collective actions, which contribute to an overall reverberation that we can call human... | Read More

Vhils in University Hospital Center of São João, Portugal

Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils, just finished another masterpiece at University Hospital Centre of São João, in the city of Porto, Portugal. This mural was created to pay tribute to health professionals and to highlight Portugal’s National Health Service.⁠⠀

The mural features ten faces in representation of ten health workers at São João Hospital, from doctors to nurses, to... | Read More

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