December 07, 2010


In Paris,exhibition given by two young parisian graffiti writers.
Entitled "Trains of Fame", the exhibition brings together a hundred European graffiti artists in the galerie Oberkampf 7 to 17 January 2011. The Trains of fame's Gallery present you some trains customised by famous European graffiti artists, coming from France, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Germany and Belgium.
Photo : RUNA (Trains of Fame)
Paris graffiti exhibition


A Paris,expo graffiti proposée par deux jeunes graffeurs parisiens.
Intitulée "Trains of Fame", l'exposition regroupe une centaine d'artistes graffiti européens à la galerie Oberkampf du 7 au 17 janvier 2011. Tous les graffiti exposés sont réalisés sur des maquettes de wagons du métro parisien; avec entre autres Amer, Fars, Horfé, Hulk, Jouer, Noach, Quatch, Rush et Sek présents sur ce blog.
Photo : IESK (Trains of Fame)
Paris expo graffiti

May 29, 2010


FLMST MST Paris crew graffiti

April 08, 2010

Graff rue Dénoyez - Métro Belleville Paris

Zeha, Dodu, Stesi, Yrow, Gnome, La Mouche, La Rouxure et Skio se donnent souvent rendez-vous rue Dénoyez pour une fresque collective. Les graffeurs s'activent pour repeindre le mur avant la tombée de la nuit. A deux pas du métro Belleville, ...
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January 26, 2010

Roa exhibition in Paris

ROA : exhibition at Itinerrance Gallery – Paris
Roa (Ghent, Belgium) opens a door to a twilight zone by settling in the heart of the city wandering animals such as crows, hares and rats that live close to humans, in relative agreement. He portrayed them in static positions, waiting or sleeping with a disquieting realism in black and white. Roa come to his painting in different ways, either as abandoned places, town, or gallery, and develops more and more the effects of anamorphosis, also in a goal context.

February 4-28th 2010.
Opening on February 4th from 6PM.

Galerie Itinerrance,
7bis, rue René Goscinny
75013 Paris - France
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June 15, 2009

Graffiti exhibition Fondation Cartier Paris from July 7 to Jan. 10, 2010.

French writers : Horfe, LSK (Les Sarko Killers), 1dex, Sek, ...
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Devoted to graffiti and street art, the exhibition Born in the Streets will bring to light the extraordinary expansion of an artistic movement that developed in the streets of New York in the early 1970s to rapidly become a world-wide phenomenon.

Today, graffiti has entered the cultural mainstream, crossing over to the realms of studio art, design and advertising. Yet despite its immense popularity, this essentially illegal activity continues to evolve at the periphery of the contemporary art world, its origins and evolution little-known to the general public.

The exhibition at the Fondation Cartier attempts to sketch the general contours of a subject that is vast and complex, encompassing many different ideas, media and movements across its boundaries.

With Basco Vazko (Santiago Chili), Cripta (São Paulo), JonOne (Paris), Olivier Kosta-Théfaine (Paris), Barry McGee (San Francisco), Nug (Stockholm), Evan Roth (Honk-Kong), Boris Tellegen / Delta (Amsterdam), Vitché (São Paulo) and Gérard Zlotykamien (Paris).

Born in the Streets GRAFFITI
July 7 › Jan. 10, 2010
Fondation Cartier pour l’art Contemporain,
261, boulevard Raspail
75014 Paris - France
http://Fondation Cartier