Freitag, 31. Dezember 2010

last post for 2010

Some last impressions from 2010.I wish a good start into 2011 to everybody.

collective work called "the seven tree" by REPAZE, SAIR and SPEKTR via check out their video of the production, too


These nice characters are done in Bremen. via


and something sweet by PLUSHEDELICA in Petrozavodsk/Russia - via

Montag, 27. Dezember 2010

Roa in California


Roa works done in the area of the Salton Sea/California . more works of the belgium muralist Roa here

a christmas gift from Barcelona

I received these two photos via e-mail as a christmas gift by H101 from Barcelona. To enlagre the pictures click on the photo.

This work is a collaboration by Kenor and H101.

This photo shows a solo work by H101.
More Photos of new works by Kenor here via ekosystem.org

Mittwoch, 22. Dezember 2010

Montag, 20. Dezember 2010

Lisbon street bombing


A nice interpretation of a christmas tree found in the streets of Lisbon. via

Sonntag, 19. Dezember 2010

Remed goes huge in Kiev



This work of REMED is called "WOMAN ON BOAT " - Acrylic and spray on wall. 9x17m. Kiev. UKRANIA

Photo by Elizaveta Gamsheieva via

Donnerstag, 16. Dezember 2010

No Man's Land - abandoned impressions at xlab



No Man's land has the silhouette of slim chimneys tapering into the sky, her eyes are as intence as the black windows staring at us, her surface is chipped and cracked skin, her hair is rusty and hazed, her soul is as dark as the dust dancing at our passage. Yet she is so sexy, charming and mysterious. Wrapped into ghost silence slums, abandoned factories, derelict buildings and barren lands, she traps us into another dimension, away from traditional sense of time. She welcomes us into wounded and forgotten lands, full of history and stories to be told, making us wondering on what 's happened in those places. Like a step back in a Time that once was so glorious and productive, with the noise of gears and machinery in operation. Now you can feel just a far away feedback, but still containing a mysterious force within itself, like a muffled voice that wants to be heard.
According to the manifesto of modern society, what is now useless, ugly, dilapidated must be sacrificed to the new, at all costs, what is private must be locked and for what concerns abandoned place the access is forbidden.
The explorer perfectly knows that he has to break down these limitations, to rediscover and reclaim the sites, to venture into their belly leaving untouched and unspoiled their soul: taking only photographs and leaving nothing but footprints. Beeing there, yet walking invisible.
After his passage remains only the dust between shadowplays, the fading haze of a chimney, the rust dripping from the walls, the history that is forgotten, the city that is transformed.

The young swiss photograper Gregoire Chachemaille presents a selection of photographies taken since 2006 into the suburbs and abandoned places of Berlin.

check his Greboires website and flickr

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NO MAN'S LAND
photographies by GREGOIRE CACHEMAILLE
opening: friday 17th December from 6pm
during the opening: live set and new cd release by WATER WAVES (Fr)
cocktails + videos
exhibition running until 20.01.2011
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paola verde
marcello gungui

*** x lab corrosive art farm ***

Skalitzer Straße 67
10997 BERLIN KREUZBERG

http://www.xlaboratory.org

Mittwoch, 15. Dezember 2010

Urban Art 2007 - Bucuresti




found these Fotos via facebook - huge projections on " Ceausescu's former palace, the second biggest building in the world..., every Romanian's nightmare....."
more fotos here

Freitag, 10. Dezember 2010

Beautiful Impression

While looking in the world wide web I found this nice impression . via vlepvnet

Mittwoch, 8. Dezember 2010

Next lecture and upcoming events




In February there will be a lecture at " Galerie Stoffwechsel" in Mannheim

2.2.2011 - presentation of "Muralismo Morte - The Rebirth of Muralism in Contemporary Urban Art"

Galerie Stoffwechsel
Hafenstraße 74
Mannheim

for more upcoming events look at the "events" site of this blog.

Sonntag, 5. Dezember 2010

Looking Forward



"Looking Forward" - a new work by Berlin based painter IRGH. Much more colorfull then his recent works - i love it.
 

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