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29
Nov
2010
After a successful 2D show, featuring icons and characters from new currents in contemporary art like Jeremy Fish or Camilla d’Errico, MondoPop goes 3D with wood. Painted, modified, customized and recycled, wood tells us the stories and thoughts of the inviting leading artists of the Lowbrow, Pop Surrealist and Urban Art movement. Wood has long been used as an...
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23
Nov
2010
Multimedia genius Rocco aka The Boghe was recently working on a new project and video called New Archeology. He started working on the idea after reading about the “atari burial”, Rocco explains: “….In September 1983, the Alamogordo Daily News of Alamogordo, New Mexico, reported in a series of articles that between ten and twenty semi-trailer truckloads of Atari boxes,...
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22
Nov
2010
‘Five Years’ is a typographical study of five of the major news headlines in the US between 2005-10. As time passes, the immediate impact of such events fades away, quickly replaced by the next big thing. Regardless of our collective amnesia these events did happen and continue to resonate throughout global consciousness. These headlines are the subject matter for...
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22
Nov
2010
The Berlin based art collective 44Flavors will be exhibiting Frei Schnauze! / By Guess and by Gosh! in the NeonChocolate Gallery, Berlin. The work of 44Flavors, consisting of Sebastian Bagge and Julio Rölle, showcases a high level of knowledge of the diverse fields of art, by incorporating and rearranging them to bring their own visions to life. Growing up...
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15
Nov
2010
Last weekend I had the honor to meet The Don. Matteo Donini aka The Don opened the gallery in march 2008, after being a passionate collector for more than 10 years. His friendship with Bo130 and Microbo started in 1996 and drove him into the ‘street world’ and its characters. After traveling around Europe and USA, The Don decided...
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13
Nov
2010
MOUSSISM = a non-traditional community based movement, which is not limited to a period, place or classical notion of aesthetics, discipline, medium, ideology or style. In terms of art, it is a movement that presents work, which migrates in the viewer’s mind from shit to THE shit. MOUSSE Art = a byproduct of MOUSSISM 9 elements of MOUSSE ART...
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13
Nov
2010
Stephen Smith, also known as Neasden Control Centre, opened a solo museum show at the MU in Eindhoven on August 21st, 2010. Stephen’s work is, amongst other things, an amazing visual exploration and struggle between that which is analog and handcrafted versus our new forms of automated communication in this strange digital world. The museum has placed an entire...
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