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Dismal Land – a festival of art, amusements and entry-level anarchism.
Are you looking for an alternative to the sugar-coated tedium of the average family day out? Or just somewhere a lot cheaper?
Then this is the place for you. Bring the whole family to come and enjoy the latest addition to our chronic leisure surplus…
Open everyday from 22nd August – 27th September 2015.
11am – 11pm. Admission £3, free for the under 5’s.
Capacity is limited, visit the ticket page and book a time slot for guaranteed entry.
Artists : Amir Schiby (Israel), Axel Void (USA), Banksy (UK), Barry Reigate (UK), Ben Long (Sweden), Bill Barminski (USA), Block 9 (UK), Brock Davis (USA), Caitlin Cherry (USA), Caroline McCarthy (UK), Damien Hirst (UK), David Shrigley (UK), Dorcas Casey (UK), Dietrich Wegner (USA), Ed Hall (UK), Escif (Spain), Espo (USA), Fares Cachoux (Syria), Greg Haberny (USA), James Joyce (UK), Jani Leinonen (Finland), Jeff Gillette (USA), Jenny Holzer (USA), Jessica Harrison (UK), Jimmy Cauty (UK), Josh Keyes (USA), Julie Burchill (UK), Kate MacDowell (USA), Laura Lancaster (UK), Leigh Mulley (UK), Lush (Australia), Mana Neyestani (Iran), Maskull Laserre (Canada), Michael Beitz (USA), Mike Ross (USA), Nettie Wakefield (UK), Paco Pomet (Spain), Paul Insect & BAST (UK/USA), Peter Kennard & Cat Phillips(UK), Polly Morgan (UK), Ronit Baranga (Israel), Scott Hove (USA), Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė (Lithuania), Shadi Al Zaqzouq (Libya), Suliman Mansour (Palestine), Tinsel Edwards (UK), Wasted Rita (Portugal)
- via The Orion
Born in Texas and raised in Opelika, R.C. Hagans holds a special appreciation for the South’s steady beauty. From a young age, he began traveling with his father who is a minister. Sitting still during sermons multiple times a week was never his forte, so he found solace doodling on the offering envelopes. When he was done, he would place them back in the hymnals for others to enjoy.
Be sure to check out the Website and Instagram.
L.A. based art collective CYRCLE. blur the lines of the contemporary art world through street campaigns, design, fine art, murals, and collaborations. In their second solo show “Organized Chaos!” the artists created interactive puzzles and artworks that play on the metaphor between bees and flowers to “illuminate the symbiosis between art and society.
ZALEZ is a young artist that works and lives in Toulouse, France.
He concentred his work around the identity of the woman and develops using of various mediums such as the photography, the drawing and of course the stencil which is the principal medium.
You can check more from ZALEZ on his Website, Facebook, Vimeo and Instagram.
CooltUrban – Urban Art Photography isi propune sa arate street art-ul intr-o alta lumina in care nu totul este doar vandalism si mazgalitura. De asemenea, isi doreste sa reuneasca fotografii de graffiti si street art intr-o prima expozitie nationala, care in viitor sa devina un festival de fotografie dedicat artei stradale.
Cei 24 de participati selectati vor primi prin posta un atestat oficial de participare la expozitie, de asemenea fiecare imagine din expozitie va fi inclusa in catalogul oficial al acestei editii a Urban Art Photography – editat de CooltUrban in colaborare cu GRAFFITin.
Premiile sunt urmatoarele :
Premiul I – 200 de lei lei si obiecte promotionale oferite de organizator
Premiul II – 150 de lei lei si obiecte promotionale oferite de organizator
Premiul III – 100 de lei lei si obiecte promotionale oferite de organizator
Pentru a participa trebuie sa trimiteti o fotografie asupra careia detii drepturi de autor cu rezolutia si dimensiunea pixelilor cat mai ridicata la adresele firstname.lastname@example.org si la email@example.com. Subiectul mailului trebuie sa fie urmatorul – Urban Art Photography – iar in mesaj te rugam sa precizezi numele si prenumele complet, adresa de domiciliu/rezidenta si numarul de telefon. Termenul limita este 27 iulie (ora 23:59).
Nice new pieces have appeared this summer around Paris from Space Invader. The invasion is coming!
In November 2014, as the people of the United Arab Emirates were gearing up to celebrate their 43rd year as a country, the Ironlak Family set off towards the Middle East from their respective corners of the globe. In Dubai the Lak Fam joined over 100 artists from around the world in an ambitious attempt to set a new world record for the “World’s Longest Graffiti Scroll”.
On the final day, an official judge from Guinness World Records measured out the scroll at 2245.4 metres and declared the new world record set.
Ironlak Family roll call: LINZ, REALS, SIRUM, SOFLES, TUES, ENUE, EWOK, KEMS, BATES, DOES, STORM, WANY, ASKEW, BERST, PHATONE, VANS the OMEGA, GARY, TREAS & JURNE.
LATA 65 is an initiative for the elderly within the urban art context genesis developed by Coworklisboa in partnership with Wool – Urban Art Festival of Covilha. LATA 65 is a project that aims to approach the elderly to form a habitual expressive activity.
Check the rest of the article on Bizarre Beyond Belief Magazine. Click HERE.
- via BARTO