Four Rhode Island BIPOC artists designed a new work of public art that promotes civic engagement – and selfies with John Lewis. (more…)
Mahn Kloix was born in Paris in 1980. For the past five years he has been living and working in Marseille. Between a communist grandfather and parents who were staunch, active union members, Mahn Kloix grew up in a family of activists, motivated by the major combats of the social Left. (more…)
“World in Progress”, ephemeral fresco by the artist Saype, created in the park of the Palais des Nations in Geneva to mark the 75th anniversary (more…)
Full Colour is an independent documentary by Dublin native Harry Moylan. It explores the street art communities of Belfast and Dublin, asking questions about art, politics, culture, gender and identity in Ireland. (more…)
Lucas is an urban artist, activist and muralist who was born and raised in Lanús in Argentina. (1982) His work combines writing with graffiti and the use of templates, posters and other procedures similar to the art of Banksy. His paintings are largely a criticism of political and social issues, in addition to showing the abandonment to which many people are sometimes expressed, they express some tenderness on their faces as hopeful symbols of a possible change. (more…)
Jupiterfab recently created 3 artworks on the walls of the Student Union of the University of Guadalajara in Mexico.
The artwork is about the “desaparecidos” (more…)
Rabit is an emerging Italian artist, he lives in Sicily and his works are social complaints, sometimes strong and direct, sometimes they are ironic and cynical. (more…)
kar_part is a street artist born and based in Los Angeles, California. Frustrated with today’s sociopolitical, economic, and environmental climates, kar_part is on a mission to spread love and raise awareness about issues closest to the heart of the people. (more…)
Sophia Hirsch lives and works in Halle and Berlin, Germany. Mainly a painter she uses big murals but also comics to adress social issues. Her work had been shown in various exhibitions internationally. Hirsch murals can be found in various places, including Germany, Poland or the USA.