“Hidden Fortune Wheel” is the new installation from Ana Azzue Gallira & Ori Alon, that was touring the US & Canada. (more…)
On March 31st, a groundbreaking piece of public art in Denmark will be unveiled by two female artists – La Vaughn Belle and Jeannette Ehlers – to raise awareness of Denmark’s colonial impact and those who fought against it. (more…)
Manila Savagery is the title of the latest mural by Angge Lorente and Crist Espiritu, which incorporates images that evoke foreign cultures from its colonial history. (more…)
MP5 created a feminist mural in the premises of the Women’s Documentation Center in the Spanish quarters in Naples, Italy. The archives of the Center and its anti-violence desk are a collective treasure, a richness that must be treated as an active element of the community. The artist honoured this heritage with his creation hoping to help the cause of the Center. (more…)
STOP THE PRESS…AND THE BUS! Stavanger, previously regarded as the ‘Oil Capital of Norway’, is fast on its way to becoming the world’s first ‘Art City’. (more…)
I develop both my own and collective projects, as well as cultural and artistic ones. Generating ideas and facilitating human work (labour). In my personal visual work I draw on paper and paint on walls. In all the cases I play with people, shapes, contexts, basis, situations and possibilities. (more…)
Joao Samina was born in Portugal in 1989. He currently resides both in Portugal and Brazil. Since his youth he has been in contact with different mediums of artistic expression, concentrating mostly on painting. Aged 14, he started his path into the world of street art and developed his very own style with inspiration from what he witnessed on the streets of Portugal.
An edition with equality: 2 mixed couples, 4 women and a female collective within the 12 finalists! (more…)