From 3rd April, Howard Griffin Gallery presents a retrospective of the life and work of infamous artist Thierry Noir. In 1984, Noir was the first artist to illegally paint mile upon mile of the Berlin Wall.
Berlin Boombox have teamed up with Montana Cans to collaborate on this special edition made from unprinted white cardboard, bundled with a pack of 6 Montana ACRYLIC markers.
‘Making the Invisible Visible’ created such widespread awareness for the case of Troy Davis, that Amnesty International have worked with W+K again to extend the campaign across Europe. Each of the new installations depict a close up of an individual’s face. With the image invisible from the front on view, as you approach the fence […]
Several of our fine isle’s artistic exports on show, including D*Face and Word To Mother, at Berlin’s Circle Culture gallery from June 5-July 4. More info after the jump. SELF-PORTRAITS by contemporary urban artists from four continents D-FACE / ANTON UNAI / JR / JAYBO AKA MONK / JEFF SOTO / JUDITH SUPINE / XOOOOX […]
Berlin didn’t know what hit it when the Agents of Change tookover and put up an installation at The Bridge Art Fair. Rough, System, Timid and LX One were all present, and thanks to Rough we’ve got a collection of snaps of their work for you lot. Sterling as ever. Full gallery after the jump…