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The 17th edition of the ibug, short for “Industriebrachenumgestaltung”, took place in September in the former paper factory in Flöha. In a digital tour, visitors can explore the festival site and see the works of art that were created.>> read more
Invited street artist Thiago Mazza, was one of the 5 artists that were chosen to leave their inspirational mark in the city of Vukovar/Croatia for VukovArt Festival 2019. His work reflects on the beautifull and rich nature of Croatia which he has honoured on this large scale wall.>> read more
Former factory becomes temporary gallery for urban art festival in Chemnitz, Germany. In less than a month, the „ibug“ enters a new round. Again, this summer more than 120 national and international artists travel to West-Saxony for the renowned urban art festival.>> read more
An edition with equality: 2 mixed couples, 4 women and a female collective within the 12 finalists!>> read more
Art activist Vermibus took part in Nuart Festival by interpreting this year’s theme –Power in the Public Sphere- with his interventions through the city of Stavanger, to question who has the power and authority to communicate messages in public spaces.>> read more