“Cannot” by Biancoshock in Lodi, Italy
September 15, 2022
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Biancoshock recently worked on a new project in Lodi, Italy. Entitled “Cannot”, this installation is a part of the artist’s ‘Nice To Meet You’ Series. Biancoshock uses elements that are easily recognizable as belonging to Western pop culture. His works can be presented as performances in which he is the protagonist of interventions on the street and…
“Heavy Meal” Series by Biancoshock in Milan, Italy
April 12, 2022
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Biancoshock is back with a new series of artwork in Milan. The artist’s installations “Heavy Meal” are painted concrete backpacks that criticize the work of food delivery riders and their daily effort. “In a democratic society, job is a basic tool for civil and economic progress. What progress can there be if job’s world does not produce…
Apocalypse Trilogy by Biancoshock and Francesco Garbelli
November 30, 2021
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Street artists Biancoshock and Francesco Garbelli have recently collaborated on a new project.“Apocalypse Trilogy” is a series consisting of three artworks that differ in techniques and layout but that are united by the presence of the same protagonists, the flowers. The series talks about issues related to the globalization era, the consumerism and the imminent…
“Google Car” by Biancoshock in Corsica
July 21, 2021
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Italian artist Biancoshock is back with a new site specific sculpture for Popularte Festival – Corsica. The sculpture features the artist’s rendition of a Google maps car. Time flows and each place requires a different speed. In the cities everything must be updated in real time, in the small villages nothing changes so quickly. Google…
“UNTOLD” by Biancoshock in Ravenna, Italy
October 28, 2020
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Italian public artist Biancoshock recently worked on a new wall in Quartiere Darsena, Ravenna in collaboration with Subsidenze Festival 2020. The mural is entiled “UNTOLD” and it features a crossword puzzle. Looking at the crossword puzzle you can see that the black boxes form the word UNTOLD. This word evokes all the untold stories of those who…
“EmptyGram” by Biancoshock and Flecso in Milan, Italy
April 7, 2019
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Biancoshock just sent us some images and a video from his latest collaboration with his friend Flesco that was just created somewhere in Milan, Italy. The duo sent us the following statement about the piece which is entitled “EmptyGram”: Stop adding contents to this digital container and empty it from everything that, in real life,…
“V.I.P – Very Important Poverty” by Biancoshock in Tartu, Estonia
September 7, 2016
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Our friend Biancoshock just visited the city of Tartu in Estonia where he worked on several site-specific installations including this one entitled “V.I.P – Very Important Poverty”. In the European Union there are thousands living outside on the streets, locals and also many of whom migrated from other countries just to live in abhorrent conditions – something that has…
“Web 0.0” a project by Biancoshock in Civitacampomarano, Italy
April 27, 2016
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While we last heard from him a few days ago in Belgium, Biancoshock is now in Southern Italy where he just finished working on an awesome new project entitled “Web 0.0”. The project was created for CVTA’ Festival in the city of Civitacampomarano, a tiny village in the province of Campobasso with just 400 habitants of…
The Crystal Ship: “Ego Washer” by Biancoshock in Oostende, Belgium
April 11, 2016
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Our friend Biancoshock is also in Oostende, Belgium for The Crystal Ship where he just unveiled his first new piece. Curated with Nuart Festival, the Milan-based artist unveiled a brilliant site specific piece which is entitled “Ego Washer”. With this piece, you can wash your Instagram ego whiter than white with the new improved “Ego…
“Borderlife” an installation by Biancoshock in Milan
April 3, 2016
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Biancoshock just sent us a series of images from his latest street installations which were created somewhere on the streets of Milan in Italy. This satiric intervention, speaks about the people that are forced to live in very extreme conditions, even migrating to settle inside manholes. Entitled “Borderlife”, these pieces were inspired by Bucharest, a city where over…