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Graffiti Art Magazine #33

Graffiti Art #33 is now available in newstands and online

Featuring artists
KAN (FR, cover)

A special about Urban Art Fair 2017 in Paris with an interview of his creator Yannick Boesso, gallery owners’ portraits (Robert Bartoux, Baptiste Ozenne & Jérémy Prazowski from Art in the Game, David Pluskwa and a sélection of artworks presented by the galleries on the artfair;

– a feature of the amazing POW! WOW! festival and his worldwide projects
– some news about art events (Banksy, Jonathan LeVine, Mark Ryden, Dan Witz, 9e Concept, Nasty…)
– the latest limited editions must have (JonOne, Kaws, Buff Monster, Futura, James Jean, FriendsWithYou, Stew…))
– the best of the murals from all over the world
– our calendar that gets you to know about the 45 galleries and museums exhibitions and arfairs not to miss in April, May and June 2017

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« London » Lithograph

« This artwork « London » is part of my work on the riots in the world. At the time of these riots, I was extremely disturbed by the violence that came along with it. Who are these young people who have nothing to lose and ready to do anything? Including setting fire in London. If I had grown up with them, could I have a join them in their fight? The riots fascinate me and terrify me at the same time. Pointillism tedious process that I practice allows me to ponder all these questions… I also try on the other hand to pay tribute to the wonderful work of these photo reporters present during these events, and thus get inspiration from their works. » Kan


Edition size: 50
69 x 48 cm (27.20 x 18.90 Inches)
Paper White BFK Rives 270 g.
Lithograph 5 colors printed with Marinoni machines, hand cutted and hand finished

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« Dubai Street Museum » Project – Dubai (UAE)

The Dubai Street Museum project took place on 2nd Of December Street in Satwa. Over 16 International and Emirati artists were participating in this unique event. The Dubai Street Museum project which is curated by Rom Levy and Sanaz Askari have seen international and local artists working together to create distinctive public artworks across the emirate. The project aims to transform Dubai into an open-air museum, and promote aesthetic excellence and innovation.

The artists line-up is 1010, Ashwaq Abdulla, Julia Volchkova, Case Ma’Claim, Kan/DMV, Seth GlobePainter, Hua Tunan, Zepha1, Ernest Zacharevic, Inkman, Maisoon Al Saleh, Martin Whatson, l’Atlas, Hamdan Buti Al Shamsi, Nyhlo Neaks.

During 10 days I painted a pattern inspired by the emirate’s wooven baskets.

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