The Fifth Urban Contemporary Art Auction @ RuArts Foundation, Moscow

Our friends from RuArts Foundation teamed up with the good people from Artmossphere for the annual fifth urban Contemporary Art Auction which will be taking on December 2nd 2019 in Moscow, Russia. Among the lots of the auction are about 50 new works from the most famous and active Russian artists with a street background:

Coverage: Artmossphere Biennale “Offline” – Moscow, Russia

The exhibition of street wave artists presented works by 40 Russian and foreign authors created during the art-residence in Moscow. The main project of the biennale ARTMOSSPHERE is currently on display from August 31 to October 14 at the Grand Wine Warehouse of Winzavod Center for Contemporary Art. All the works of the main project

Artmossphere 2018 Biennale Artists Open Call

the good people from Artmossphere has announced an open call for artists from all over the world. You can until June 24th send your custom applications that will be reviewed by an international jury of experts. The selected artists will then be flown over to Moscow, Russia to create their artworks. To take part in the

“I love” by Ches in Moscow, Russia

Ches just sent us some images of his new piece on the streets of Moscow in Russia. It has an illusion that someone wrote “I love you!” with a lipstick on a piece of paper, then crumbled and thrown later on to be stuck on a wall with some tape. Have a look below for more

Dirty Artworks by Nikita Golubev in Moscow, Russia

In his Moscow’s neighborhood, Russian artist Nikita Golubev aka Pro Boy Nick uses dirt found on trucks and vans to draw with his fingers ephemeral artworks. The spectacular results is clearly reminding us of the reverse graffiti technic. Seeing those dirty pieces, only rain will be able to erase these temporary artworks. The owners love

Ches & Alexey Kru collaborate on an impressive piece in Moscow

Ches just sent us a series of great images from his newest collaboration painted with his buddy Alexey Kru which just took place on the streets of Moscow in Russia for the Faces&Laces event.Specialising in painting hyper-realistic imagery, the Russian street art duo created this stunning depiction of spray-paint caps. From Fat Caps to Skinny

M-City “822”, his newest piece in Moscow, Russia

The Outline Festival took place not long ago on the busy streets of Moscow in Russia and on that occasion the always prolific Polish artist M-City was part of this year’s line-up. Entitled “822”, the street architect brought to life another super piece featuring his unique machinery looking aesthetic. As we are to expect with M-City,

Smates creates a new piece on the streets of Moscow in Russia

While we last heard from him last summer, Smates recently stopped by Russia where he was invited to paint a new piece on the streets of Moscow.In town for the latest edition of the LGZ Street Art Festival, the Belgian artist once again dropped a fat hyper-realistic piece showcasing his spray-paint skills and technique.Hit the jump