MINI MAXI URBAN ART is the title of a special evening devoted to the history of urban art or Street Art – in all its incarnations. It’s an evening of film projections and video installations and screenings of “historic” films – like 1983’s “Style Wars” and the 2007 “Bomb It” documentary, (posted below) taking place TONIGHT from 4 to 7pm at GAMC, Viareggio’s Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Lorenzo Viani .
Banksy, Thomas Campbell, Ron English, Shepard Fairey, Keith Haring, Chris Johanson, Margaret Kilgallen, Blek Le Rat, Barry McGee, and Taki 183 are the stars of the evening, which is curated by Gaia Querci and Vittore Baroni.
Five young artists, Duke1, Etnik, (whose piece is pictured above) Francesco Barbieri, Giulio Vesprini, and Macs, will exhibit projects especially conceived for the show.
MINI MAXI URBAN ART
Galleria d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea Lorenzo Viani
Palazzo delle Muse
For more info:
Tel: 0584 581118
Previously on Art is Life:
“Coloring the White City” (Marie-Noelle Battaglia, Angela Naranjo and Vincent Grethen, Full Documentary)
“Bomb It” (Jon Reiss, 2007, ARTE, Full Documentary)
“Economics in Art” exhibition in Krakow explores the inter-relationship of values, ethics and art’s dependence on market forces
“Stolen” Banksy Mural withdrawn from auction
Invader in action, beyond l’Art de la Rue!
Laugh now, but you know that Grafitti and Street Art are no longer THAT relevant when they grace Paris art gallery walls… voilà “Au Delà du Street Art”
“Exit Through the Gift Shop” Banksy’s film about street art, the graffiti artist’s own work… and ultimately the state of the Art Market
“The bad artists imitate, the great artists steal – Picasso…” er, Banksy
Banksy served his own take on Warhol and pop art at MoMA – “buon appetito!”
Blu paints the facade of the Acrobax show, in Rome
“If you want someone to be ignored then build a lifesize bronze statue of them and stick it it the middle of town.” – Banksy
The Joy of Internets – Banksy animated