Exhibitions

Imaginary Museum – Ephemeral Artistic Residence

Imaginary Museum – Ephemeral Artistic Residence

Some artists of the collectives 1984 of street artist in Paris have chosen the day of the presidential election to invade an abandoned building in downtown Paris and present us the Imaginary Museum. 12 artists worked for 12 hours overnight in a complete illegal way. The abandoned building owned by  the electricity company EDF was invaded(…)

Mausolée: A Residence artistique in Paris

Mausolée: A Residence artistique in Paris

Last weekend an astonishing project called “Mausolée” was presented  by the French artists Sowat and Lek. In 2010 they found one abandoned supermarket ( 40.000 m2 in 4 floors) in the north of Paris, which was also, for a long time, the residence for homeless. The  abandoned building  was invaded and made an artistic residence by Lek and(…)

Graffiti and Vintage Furniture from the streets.

Graffiti and Vintage Furniture from the streets.

To celebrate the first birthday of the Gallery Wallworks in Paris, one exhibition called “Ne Pas Effacer” – Do not delete, with the participation of 19 street artists from United States, Singapore and France is running until May, 30. Crash, JonOne, Sonic (United States), Scope (Singapore), Alex, Ceet, Colorz, Der, Dizer, Fenx, Gilbert, Juan, Kongo, Lazoo,(…)

Global Warming by Daniel Krejbich

Global Warming by Daniel Krejbich

To close my series of 5 posts from Prague I will talk about the strong work from  the Czech artist Daniel Krejbich. When I was at the underground pub and gallery in Old Prague I saw some of the 30 canvas of his series called Global Warming. On that night, when I asked for the(…)

Fred Le Chavalier – First Vernissage

Fred Le Chavalier – First Vernissage

Yesterday, it was the first vernissage of one of my favourite street artists in Paris – Fred Le Chavalier. The event just confirmed the huge success that this so poetic artistic have been achieving. Less than one hour after the opening, all the pieces were sold and the guests were much more than predicted. It was(…)