Alice Pasquini has developed different paths in her research, from narrating feminine vitality to manipulating the three-dimensional possibilities of her work. She moves from urban explorations to installations using found materials, and her artworks have been exhibited in galleries and museums in more than one hundred cities around the world. We reached Alice in Italy
In 2016, Yukimasa Ida won the “Judge Special Award” at the young artist’s CAF Award. The following year, he was the youngest artist to participate in the charity auction of the “Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation”. Since then Yukimasa Ida has become a prominent painter with collectors all over the world. In the last year, he was
We inaugurate our “In Dialogue” section which will explore different actors and professionals from the art world, dealers, curators, managers and more. A couple days ago, I caught up with Paris-based Nicolas Couturieux to talk about his past experiences as a producer, curator or print-maker. Nicolas has been involved with Urban Art for several years
Oli Epp’s paintings circulate a number of themes to do with the tragicomic element of living in the 21st century society, dealing with the complexity of identity and anxieties living in the digital age; consumerism and consumption which leads to control and addiction, anxiety and conflict. Last week in the midst of the Corona outbreak,
In a surprising fusion of art, architecture, theatre, and engineering, British sculptor Alex Chinneck produces contextually responsive interventions that animate the urban landscape in which they stand. I caught up with him some weeks ago for a quick chat about himself and his recent projects. Rom Levy: Please tell us a bit about your
aeSo, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are. So, my name is RAE and I guess there’s also BK at the end of it sometimes when I’m doing street work, and I’m an artist from Brooklyn, New York. How long have you been in the street art world? I’d say 10 years plus.
So why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? So, my name is Caledonia Corry. I also go by the artist moniker Swoon. And I’m here at 76 grand Street, setting up a different kind of show for me. And why is it different? It’s different because I have started to teach myself stop
So, why don’t you quickly tell everyone who you are? I’m Tristan Eaton, former New Yorker, now LA-based painter and muralist who is currently hosting an art exhibition called Strange Future in New York City in the Lower East Side from October 3rd to October 9th.
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