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(…)

Street art in Paris

Street art in Paris

While I am writing my last post about Prague, which I consider the most important, I decided to post some pictures that I have been collecting in those 3 months since I arrived in Paris. My first plan was to talk about each artist individually, but I just decided to show it as a collective because(…)

Nude women by Burki

Nude women by Burki

To continue my series of 5 posts from Prague I will present one other great surprise. In the old Prague at Galerie Zlata Lilie I discovered the work of the photographer Milos Burkhardt, or just Burki. He works with female nude on studio, exterior and movement.  On this  currently  exhibition he presents a project –  Woman(…)

Prague 3 – Sub-Culture 

Prague 3 – Sub-Culture 

I was trying to buy tickets to watch Mozart’s Opera, specially composed for Prague, the “Operas of Operas” Don Giovanni in 1787 presented by the traditional Marionettes, when I heard “unlucky” that the presentation for that night had been canceled. So I went for a walk around the old Prague waiting for the time to(…)

Lennon Wall – The power of graffiti  

Lennon Wall – The power of graffiti  

One common wall in Prague has been called “Lennon Wall” since the beginning of 80′s, when some people started to make graffitis with John Lennon’s images and parts of Beatles songs. Lennon was a hero for the pacifist youth of Central and Eastern Europe during the totalitarian regime . Before 1989, when the government was communist, western pop music was forbidden(…)