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. Continue reading “The ‘ceramicalistic’ painting of Ana Barriga”
An extensive new exhibition celebrating the international Street Art movement is set to open at M Shed museum in Bristol this summer.
‘Vanguard | Bristol Street Art: The Evolution of a Global Movement’ celebrates the instrumental role of Bristol’s creatives in the development of British Street Art. The exhibition will include rare works by leading Bristolian, British and Irish artists of the genre, including seminal works from the late 90’s. An additional focus on international artists beyond the UK will spotlight the growing relationship between art and sustainability.Continue reading “Vanguard | Bristol Street Art”
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. Continue reading “Next Stop, Last Call: Barcelona showdown”
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. Continue reading “El Joel in the Riera”