Graffiti artists Rime and TILT recently did a show at the YIA Art Fair in Paris, France. With an outdoor mural and countless amazing indoor pieces, this show was definitely a sight to see. Loads of flicks after the jump!
We were lucky enough to partner up with Under Pressure and Fresh Paint Gallery alongside a bunch of other great sponsors for an incredible exposition that starts this week. On Thursday october 30rd, the International graffiti convention Under Pressure will present a travelling exhibition called Out For Fame. This project is strongly influence by graffiti movement and have been build with the help of Art by Friends a French organization promoting local and international. Thanks to the help of Promenade Wellington the exhibition will be presented in an anonymous vacant space that will be revealed via a video on October 23trd. The opening event will present 35 pieces of artwork and hold a musical performance with 2 MC’s a 2 Dj’s. All the benefit from this event will be invested on the project so this
collection of work can keep continue its journey across the world with the next stop in Brussel Belgium. Out for Fame is a collection of artwork from all 5 continents which mobilizes the international graffiti community. Truly a tribute to the graf movement and its contributors, the exhibition puts aside differences between artists to focus on a common interest: lettering and graffiti.
Parisian artist Horfee celebrates his first exhibition in North America, “CHAOS PAYS” at New Image Art in Los Angeles, California. Video by Steven Andrew Garcia you can watch it and more phtoos after the jump!
HORFEE – CHAOS PAYS -
NEW IMAGE ART GALLERY
September 27 – October 18, 2014
7920 Santa Monica Blvd.
West Hollywood, CA 90046
Previous BBB interviewee and infamous Kiwi graffiti and fine artist ASKEW ONE was recently interviewed by If These Walls Could Talk. In this webisode Elliot “Askew” O’Donnell discusses operating across the worlds of Graffiti and Art, his interest in the discussion around contemporary pacific identity, and the challenges of prioritizing his art practice ahead of commercial opportunities.