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“Radium” by SHOK-1 in Le Locle, Switzerland

Street artist SHOK-1 unveils his new work “Radium” in Le Locle, the birthplace of Swiss watchmaking.

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This piece is about the tragic story of the Radium Girls, who suffered horribly with radiation poisoning from painting watch faces back in the 20s.... | Read More

“APNEA” Solo Exhibition by PEJAC in Berlin, Germany

A great non-linear mind is about to make an indelible impression in Berlin. The city will soon be seeing the opening of Pejac’s newest solo show and anyone lucky enough to have visited one of the Spanish artist’s previous exhibitions knows this is something to impatiently look forward to. For the past two and a half years, Pejac has been working prolifically in order to create a new series... | Read More

“Ethereal” Group Exhibition at Volery Gallery in Dubai, UAE

Ethereal is a group exhibition organised by Volery Gallery and curated by Rom Levy the gallery’s Founder and Senior Curator. The show brings together a group of prominent contemporary artists whose work portrays familiar figurations to earthly experiences; nevertheless, these sceneries are preoccupied with a different world than that of the tangible here and now.

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Sculpture Installations by Isaac Cordal in Portugal and Belgium

Last August, artist Isaac Cordal became a part of Fazunchar Festival in Figueiro dos Vinhos in Portugal organised by Mistakermaker.  He had the opportunity to install his miniature sculptures in different spaces on the village — reflecting on the passage of time, emigration, the abandonment of the countryside and the climate crisis among other issues. These sculptures resemble tiny... | Read More

“MEGA SUPER NOVA ULTRA” by SPEKTR and Hot Singles in Your Area in Omsk, Russia

In the Siberian city of Omsk, street art collectives SPEKTR and Hot Singles in Your Area have created a mural covering more than 2,250 square meters. This monumental work goes by the title MEGA SUPER NOVA ULTRA and depicts a tear in the fabric of existence through which the physical world is infiltrated by a digital reality.

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New Mural by Headache Stencil in Bangkok, Thailand

Thai anonymous street artist Headache Stencil is back with a new mural in the streets of Bangkok. The mural was created in support of same sex marriage in Thailand.

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Headache Stencil is known for his satirical graffiti art depicting the... | Read More

Special Limited Edition Print by Marina Capdevila

Marina Capdevila, a muralist & painter based in Barcelona, is launching a special limited edition of 25 hand embellished prints. This print was released in celebration of the International Day of the Elderly.

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Every print is UNIQUE with hand painted... | Read More

Forbidden Fruit – James Reka

Reka’s latest body of work peels back the layers of what it is to be human, questioning the viewer’s moral fibre and substance, teasing at notions of desire and sexuality. The Malta-based, Australian artist penned the following statement as a written exploration to accompany his finest work to-date, digging deep to ask himself, and more broadly, humanity, if they too would honestly... | Read More

“AQUI ESTAMOS (HERE WE ARE)” by Leiko Ikemura in Valencia, Spain

Japanese-Swiss artist Leiko Ikemura (www.leiko.info), presents the exceptional large-scale sculpture exhibition AQUÍ ESTAMOS / (HERE WE ARE), from September 30th, 2021 – March 6th, 2022, in the inspiring architectural setting of the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències in Valencia,... | Read More

Tokyo International Art Fair 2021

In a little over a week, the doors will open to Tokyo’s most exciting art fair.  The Tokyo International Art Fair, now in its sixth successful year, will be making a welcome come-back to the city on Friday 8th and Saturday 9th October, bringing hundreds of inspiring artists and thousands of visitors to Tokyo’s vibrant art scene.

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