“Concrete Jungle” by Xenz in Sandvika, Norway
October 5, 2020
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British street artist Xenz has created a colourful concrete jungle in Sandvika, Oslo. This project was commissioned by Sandvika By in collaboration with Bærum kommune, and produced by Street Art Oslo, the work took five days to complete. It was undertaken by the artist during a month-long stay in the Norwegian capital this summer. Despite…
Snik in Stavanger, Norway for Nuart
August 24, 2018
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UK Street Art duo Snik have kicked off this year’s Nuart Festival with an incredible hand-cut stencil drawing on influences from British art movement the Pre-Raphaelites. The piece, titled ‘Gone Believer’, is designed with the surrounding ivy in mind, which over time will grow back to create a living, breathing, organic artwork perfectly in tune…
“No Matter the Wreckage” by Telmo Miel in Norway
August 7, 2018
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Dutch artist duo Telmo Miel latest mural is painted in the heart of a small beautiful town called “Refvik”. This small place on the West Coast of Norway has endured a lot of disasters in the past. Wildfires, Storms, Nazi Invasions and Shipwrecks are part of their history. This all started back in the days…
‘The squirrel house’ by TEN in Norway
June 21, 2018
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Our dear friend and Street Artist Riccardo Ten Colombo, aka TEN, has just completed a new mural in West Norway where he was invited to participate at Moving Mountains festival, in the Kvinnherad community. This year’s event was Hardanger fjord’s first street art festival and it included many workshops, murals, films and street installations by…
Preview: Chris Reddy “All is Lies” Solo Show @ Filo Sofi Arts, NYC
December 1, 2017
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Filo Sofi Arts is pleased to announce, “All Is Lies”, an exhibition by Norwegian-based artist, Chris Reddy.  Chris Reddy (b. Tromsoe, Norway, 1970) has become known for his vibrant, psychedelic paintings and drawings that merge abstraction and figuration in a rhythmic and seamless stream of consciousness. Drawing upon the mundane scenes of daily life and…
“Never Give Up” by Artez in Sandefjord, Norway
July 9, 2017
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Our good friend who is based in Belgrade, by the name of Artez has just sent in some pictures of his latest mural which was done for “Art for all in the world” festival in Sandefjord, Norway. This festival is supported by local paint producer Juton and Prime minister of Norway came to open the project. In this mural yet again…
“The Last Traveler” by NIMI in Stavanger, Norway
May 12, 2017
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Nuart’s program has just got a new addition called “The Last Traveler” by Bergen-based artist NIMI. This was their new initiative to produce work outside of Nuart’s annual flagship festival. NIMI who originates from South Africa is an architect and street artist who likes to experiment with a variety of techniques, mediums and creative processes in…
Pastel unveils a new mural in Oslo, Norway
May 10, 2017
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Our good friend Francisco Diaz aka Pastel recently spent some time in Oslo, Norway, where he created a massive mural, covering a wall of a public ‘Trosterud Skole’ school. Argentinian artist brought to life yet another signature piece of work, which is featuring some of his beautiful floral imagery for the locals to enjoy. The piece is…
Street Art Buses in Stavanger, Norway
December 10, 2016
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Renowned the world over for it’s annual “Street Art” Festival Nuart, the city of Stavanger recently commissioned the world’s first curated series of “Street Art” Buses. The first 8 buses include works from national and internationally renowned artists Ernest Zacharevic (Lithuania), Add Fuel (Portugal), Martin Whatson (Norway) and Hama Woods. The regional bus company Kolumbus…
Welcome to NUART’s “Post Street Art” Exhibition
September 12, 2016
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Robert Montgomery (Photo © FranCacirano) Last Saturday we had the opportunity to assist to the inaugural exhibition of one of the most highly anticipated events this year, the renowned NuArt Festival in Stavanger, Norway. Titled “Post-Street Art” the exhibition features unique artworks specifically created for the event inside the gallery. The idea of a “Post-Street Art” movement has been adopted to…