Isaac Cordal pursues his way populating the urban spaces with small sculptures. On the occasion of the fourth edition of Beaufort’s Triennial (Flanders, Belgium), the Spanish exhibits his “Waiting for the Climate Change” series that, as shows its title, makes fun of our passivity in front of the announced climatic changes. His signature figurines are [...]
Multi-disciplinary artist, Basque (Beasain-Tolosa), Xabier XTRM likes the novelty, technical as formal. On wall, cardboard, paper or canvas, painted, sculpted and filmed, his artworks convey his care for detail as his taste of the experimentation. Without any prior knowledge, he changes the codes of traditional representation while preserving the balance, of colors, spaces, volumes. An approach that [...]
Somewhere between the paintings of Hyuro and the drawings of Fabien Mérelle, Fay Ku‘s illustrations emerge. This artist, born in 1974 (Taipei, Taiwan) and based in New York, indeed develops a double dimension. Working with graphite, watercolors, or still ink, she sketches soft lines, looking innocent, enchanting, even fantastic. But the content stands out against [...]
“Ce n’est pas du sang, c’est du rouge!” (This isn’t blood, this is red) is the new happening presented at Paris White Project since March 10. The curator of the exhibition, Yasmina Reggad, proposes to the viewer a thought about the cruel shades of red, color of the blood, symbol of the bruise. The entitled of the show [...]
Xiang Jing‘s sculptures only aim astonishment. The one that would submerge any viewer discovering himself like he never imagined. Because the chinese artist (Beijing, 1968) has a passion for the body. Essentially feminine (albeit). As subject of a narration in the first person singular. But if the form is the one of a woman, the emotions, the postures, the [...]
American draughtsman, Fine Arts graduated from the New Mexico University and holding a master from London’s Arts University, Frank Selby exhibits for the second time, until April 20, at the Jeanroch Dard gallery. A great opportunity to (re)discover his productions.
Made from archives, pictures showing the different conflicts, riots, demonstrations, protests, uprisings, clashes, listed since last century and brought together [...]
Danny Figueroa, aka WESR, exhibits in this moment and until the end of the month at Hamburg’s Vicious Gallery. A perfect opportunity to discover the world of this Peruvian street artist now based in Berlin. Hi works, fluid, dynamic, clearly reflect his latin culture, through the colors as the iconography. The movement of his characters, [...]
The Artaq Awards 2012 have been given. As reminder, the Artaq association, our partner, does not establish a ranking but selects street artists to back and encourage their approach. Three kinds of assessments (Special Prize, Mention and Award), shared between 10 categories (Roots, Wall, Canvas, Drawing, Sculpture, Digital, Video, Light, Photo et In Situ), are [...]
Barron Storey is an American graphic artist and illustrator based in San Francisco. Since February 11, and still for three days, he exhibits at the Lebasse Projects of Culver City his “Soliloquy” series. A collection which entitled comes from Latin, where “solus” means “alone” and “loqui” “to talk”.
Graphic transcription of an internal dialogue, “Soliloquy” thus [...]