Ceramic Mosaics by Carrie Reichardt for Nuart Aberdeen 2018

Nuart festival once again teamed up with Amnesty International during recently held Nuart Aberdeen 2018. After working with Ricky Lee Gordon during their 2017 edition in Stavanger, this time they joined forces with contemporary ceramicist Carrie Reichardt to create a piece of permanent public art that will highlight Amnesty International’s project in support of women human

Nuart Aberdeen 2018 Preview

From Thursday 12 – Sunday 15 April Nuart team is coming back to Aberdeen for the 2nd edition of their Nuart Aberdeen festival. After successful introduction to the local audience last year (covered), the organizers put together an impressive lineup that features some of our good friends and personal favorites.

“A truth that is beauty. A beauty that is truth.” by Ricky Lee Gordon in Stavanger

Nuart festival just rounded up their 17th edition in Stavanger this weekend, and we’re bringing you exclusive shots of the new large wall painted by Ricky Lee Gordon in collaboration with Amnesty International. “A truth that is beauty. A beauty that is truth.” was painted as a part of Amnesty’s Brave campaign and it was

“The Last Traveler” by NIMI in Stavanger, Norway

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

Recap: Nuart Aberdeen

Easter Weekend marked the official opening of the inaugural Nuart Aberdeen event. After successfully beautifying the streets of Stavanger in Norway for over 15 years now, the organizers partnered with Aberdeen Inspired and Aberdeen City Council in order to bring their vision to the streets of Granite City. The 1st edition of the event produced

Street Art Buses in Stavanger, Norway

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

Norway’s NuArt Festival Outdoor exhibition recap 2016

The 16th edition of the Nuart festival in Stavanger officially kicked off last Saturday, September 10, with the opening of an amazing Post-Street Art group show at the legendary art venue Tou Scene (covered). This year’s festival counted with the participation of internationally renowned artists like Add Fuel (PT), Axel Void (US), Evol (DE), Fintan Magee (AU),

Welcome to NUART’s “Post Street Art” Exhibition

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 describe artworks, artists and events