It took about 3 weeks from the first brush stroke till the moment, that the ibug´s doors closed again behind the last visitor. Beforehand month of organization and dozens of weeks of hard work had to be done. An effort, that guests and ibug-fans obviously appreciated.
NEVERCREW team have been busy lately with many and it seems that this summer will be a very constructive one. We received some photos of the last work they did in Mannheim, Germany, for Stadt.Wand.Kunsts. The work is called “Propagating machine” and it continues to investigate the balance between the elements, the relation between mankind and nature
Our friend Said Dokins started a European Tour! Here you can find some photos of the European tour in places such as IBUG Festival, in Limbach (Germany) with the work “The Hidden Text”, Oberfrona and at OpenSpaceGallery
German artist Mark Gmehling has recently finished his latest masterpiece! The work was commissioned by the city of Weil am Rhein and was curated by Stefan Winterle from Colab Gallery. Mark’s idea was to implement the windows to give Bayer str. 6 an enormous smile.
On the 6th of June the art-festival „Sinnlichkeit“ opened in the fromer Jail in Magdeburg. ”Sinnlichkeit” was one of Germany’s biggest art-festivals in 2015. For the opening more than two thousand visitors entered the jail.
This year Ibug celebrates its 10th edition! What started as a small, unofficial graffiti-meeting in 2006 has meanwhile become an internationally known urban-art-festival. Now, after months of planning, time and place for the jubilee edition stand firm. In 2015, Ibug goes to Plauen, the city of the lace!
At the end of August, the 9th edition of the “IBUg” urban art festival took place in Crimmitschau, Germany. Going down at two different places, the area around Schützenplatz and the former Brothers Pfau clothmill, the unique festival had a lot to offer: Around 100 Artists from 10 different countries such as Germany, France, Greece, Poland, Brazil, […]