Le “Grand 8” de l’art urbain, Street art show.

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Jana & Js' wood and stencil installation.

Jana & Js’ wood and stencil installation.

From June 1st to October 30th 2016 La Réserve Malakoff presents the street art show Le Grand 8.   This ancient industrial space has been occupied by 50 street artists who have created large scale installations. Coming from different esthetics of the contemporary french urban art, each artist contributes to the creation of a rich “parcours” throughout the exhibition. Here are some images of the show.

Panoramic view of the exhibition space.

Panoramic view of the exhibition space.

No Rules Corp installation.

No Rules Corp installation.

Some of the features artists are: SHAKA / MOSKO / JANA & JS / JERÔME MESNAGER / MR LOLO / SEIZE HAPPYWALLMAKER / NORULESCORP / FKDL / JBC / 36.15 ANIS / BEPLUS / SNEZ / SWAR / COLLECTIF ONOFF (KANOS, LIMO, OLSON) / VINIE / ANTI / IZA ZARO / MADEMOISELLE MAURICE / NOSBE / YANN MULLER / CORONA / PABLO LLOVERAS / MART-AIRE / BAULTPOPAY, TETAR / COLLECTIF 2AC (DJALOUZ, PESCA, CALLIGR, DOUDOU STYLE, ALEX PHOTOGRAH) / LEVALET / PHILIPPE HERARD / FRÈRES COULURES / DEM DILLON / KATRE & SETH-ONE / MR. CHAT / 9E CONCEPT …

La Réserve: 7, rue Paul Bert92 240 Malakoff

DU 1ER JUIN AU 30 OCTOBRE 2016
Horaires Exposition :
Le mardi : 14h-18h
Du mercredi au dimanche 14h-20h

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Marseille Street Art Show

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Dale Grimshaw in a giant scale.

Dale Grimshaw in a giant scale.

The Marseille Street Art Show 2016 happens from mai 19th to Agust 30th at the Galerie Saint-Laurent in the site of the city’s “Marché aux Puces”.  For this year’s edition curator Stéphane de Calmels has gathered 12 artists with multiple approches to street art from around the world. Featured artists are:  Alexandre d’Alessio, Bustart, Dale Grimshaw, Diamond, Joachim Romain, Inti, Lapinthur, Nhobi, Olivia de Bona, Pokras Lampas, RNST, Théo Lopez and Suriani.

 

Suriani's mural.

Suriani’s mural.

Since the first edition, invited artists habe been creating monumental murals in the “Marché aux Puces” site. The place has become a reference for street art in Marseille.

Nhobi's new mural.

Nhobi’s new mural.

Diamond's mural.

Diamond’s mural.

Suriani's indoor pieces.

Suriani’s indoor pieces.

Besides the mural paintings, the artists have invested the interior spaces of the gallery where they expose their indoor creations. Multiple techniques and supports can be seen throughout the curator’s selection of works.

“The Holy Death” by Suriani

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The Holy Death @ Avec ma Blonde

The Holy Death @ Avec ma Blonde

The Holy Death is a mexican divinity that appeared from the mix of pre-colombian culture and Spanish catholicism. Even if her cult has been comdamned by the Vatican, her number of worshipers has recently grown fast through the American continent. My new series of prints is inspired by The Holy Death. The will be exposed in Paris throughout November 2015 @ “Avec ma Blonde” 69ter rue Damerémont, 75018. Here are some pictures of the opening that happened last Halloween night! This project is a collaboration with Pistola Paris.

It’s not personal, it’s GOMALAKKA!!!

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Gomalakka's lead singer Brakka in the performance at Tag Gallery, Sao Paulo, 2015.

Gomalakka’s lead singer Brakka in the performance at Tag Gallery, Sao Paulo, 2015.

Gomalakka started in 2005 in our university years. Originally conceived as a performance collectif it has taken the shape of a rock band through the years. Today Gomalakka is Ciça Brakka (singer and song writer), Ale Vergueiro (drums), Flavien Arker (bass) and Renato Maia (keyboards). Brakka’s lyrics go from post-feminist statements to love declarations. For this occasion at Tag Gallery, I took part in the performance with my synthesizer and some quick face painting! The live video projections are the work of the multimedia collective Rizomatique. Photos by Ju Veiga.