I mentioned last week that I had gone to see new pieces from Borneo and Dirty in Barcelona. I then proceeded to talk about two completely different artists who had painted on the next wall. So it’s only right that I delve back in and chat a little bit about the wall I originally wentContinue reading “Borneo & Dirty”
Kram and Slomo have just come together to complete a new wall in Barcelona. Kram loves this spot, hidden away in the huge area of Montjuic. It must be a very peaceful place to paint with no cars, very few people and lots of birds and greenery.
Spanish artist Ana Barriga Oliva has created a new wall in Barcelona for B-Murals. The wall is situated at La Sagrera’s Espacio30 near B-Murals base at Nau Bostik. This latest intervention joins 3 other parallel walls that were created during B-murals previous exhibition which brought 24 of the best figurative and neo-muralism painters together.
After a small winter break, Contorno Urbano Gallery reopens its doors to “Next Stop: Last Call Barcelona Showdown”. This show focuses on ‘action graffiti’ photography by Mark Madness. A sick exploration of the Barcelona metro that recounts the context where graffiti writers act and how they develop their interventions.
I’ve written about street art in Sant Feliu before but I don’t think I have mentioned the dried river bed (riera in Spanish) that is full of pieces. I don’t really remember how I found this place but I did, two years back maybe and periodically I pop in by to see what’s going on.