The great team from St+art Urban Art Festival just announced their second edition in Mumbai! After the successful completion of the Mahatma Gandhi mural at Churchgate Station, St+art India Foundation is happy to announce the St+art Mumbai 2017 Urban Art Festival.
Street artist LAPIZ recently painted during a small festival in Bulgaria – “ArtFest Berkovitsa“, a 2 hour drive to the mountains outside of Sofia. The main paint location was a ruin of an observatory, that the communist regime abandoned some 25 years ago. Lapiz painted a corner wall of two groups of toy soldiers facing […]
Take a look of what went down during the infamous Crystal Ship Festival this summer. If you haven’t heard, it is a contemporary art festival that specializes in public spaces, producing over 25 installations, sculptures and murals per year.
After a long winter, Festival Inspire is back for round 3! From July 10th to the 16 th, over 20 local and international artists will join in the creation of art in public places throughout Moncton, Riverview, and Dieppe in Canada. Once again, the festival also brings Greater Moncton a full week of cultural events […]
For 2017, Moniker Art Fair has undergone an exciting evolution, tripling in size to accommodate 40 gallery stands, a young galleries initiative, a benefit auction, an industry conference, a curated film programme, a VIP programme and a New York style pizza restaurant.
It´s time for ibug No.12! This year the festival for urban art and culture takes place in the city of Chemnitz. During the summer the abandoned VEB SPEMAFA, a former and long forgotten factory for special-purpose machines, is transformed into a synthesis of the arts.
Italian artist Tony Cuboliquido wins top prize; Russian artist Danila Shmelev and Dutch artist Leon Keer named second and third place winners. Japanese artist Tomotero Saito wins the People’s Choice Award.