ASA presents Vamos a la playa – No nonsense street art

Amsterdam Street Art (ASA) recently held their 1st Exhibition in Barcelona. The show was held in a newly opened bar/event space named “Delabuela” in the city’s Sant Antoni Barrio. The bar is an excellent space for art events with it’s high ceilings, mezzanine second floor and ample wall space for hanging frames and canvases.

ASA’s first show in the city, organised by their founder, Dutch artist Ives one showcased some of Barcelona’s brightest street art talents who’s work on canvas, print and skateboard somehow surpasses their pieces on the streets.

Artists involved included Nogreywalls favourites Tim Marsh, Mexican artist Berol377 and Axe Colours. That being said, I think the majority of us all agreed that out favourite piece of the night was the work of Croatian artist Kresimir Buden otherwise known as 2Fast. 2Fast’s unique 3D empty spray can sculptures really caught the eye and now all I know is that I really want a bunch of them lined up on my living room wall!

The show still has a few more days to run so if anyone reading this is in Barcelona then I would definitely recommend checking the show out. Fingers crossed ASA decide to do some more shows in Barcelona in the future as this one was a great evening showcasing some great artists.

Sorry for the photo quality by the way… the lighting wasn’t the best that night 🙂



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Lewis Duncan aka No Grey Walls is a Scottish street art lover/photographer/blogger based in Barcelona.

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