Arrested Motion filmmaker Carlos Gonzalez follows Portuguese-born artist Vhils as he completes his latest work on the streets of Venice, California. This particular piece was done in conjunction with the “European Bailout Show” at the Post No Bills showspace and located just on the side of the gallery. Watch as the process unfolds… Via:[Arrested Motion]
Contemporary artists customise Fender guitars for auction to support The Big Issue in time of crisis
Goldie, Gavin Turk, Jamie Reid, Lauren Baker and Rugman are among 21 artists who have generously lent their talents to create extraordinary works for the auction, which will be held by The Auction Collective on Wednesday 4th November.
This was meant to be one great art party where urban artists would have been invited to take over the walls of a London townhouse prior to renovation. Then COVID-19 hit and disCONNECT turned into something even more exciting.
While the London based artists were able to install their works in situ – David Bray moved into one of the bedrooms which has become one of the most poignant responses to experiencing isolation – most of the international contributions had to be coordinated remotely.
VHILS – has a double exhibition coming up in Paris at Danysz Gallery and Centquatre, the first of such a scale in France. This Exhibition will be an overview of his work to date.
Best known for his iconic red and yellow ‘Temples’ sprayed onto walls and wheelie bins worldwide, Sickboy returns Thursday November […]