Graffiti Art issue 27

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In this last issue of 2016, we feature a dossier on artist couples in the city and in the studio (Jana & Js, 123 Klan, Ella & Pitr, Dabs Myla, Natalia Rak and Bezt, Koralie and SupaKitch).

American hip-hop pioneer Doze Green returns for his Parisian exhibition at Openspace Gallery to look back at his story and his journey from the 70s in New York to the Gold Country, where he lives self-sufficiently at the head of an organic farm.

Most of the artists in this issue come from the graffiti world, and show how far we’ve come both stylistically and spiritually. West Rubinsteinalso a pioneer of New York graffiti, made his comeback on the art scene with a remarkable exhibition at San Francisco’s 886 Geary Gallery. SatOne In this, his third interview, he also talks about his independent spirit and the formal evolution of his work towards color abstraction.

We also discover Felipe Pantone who has been based in Valencia for several years, is one of the most popular artists on the international scene, with an abstract style influenced by the history of optical and kinetic art. Henrique Oliveirafinally, dazzles us with his immersive in situ installations, representing a veritable weapon in the service of the earth.

We take a look back at the event that marked the end of the summer and the start of the new school year: Dismaland, with a portfolio and an opportunity to debate FOR or AGAINST Banksy. We would like to share with you our visits to the Hey! in Paris, Obey in Malaga, Nuart in Stavanger and many others.

We visited the L’Atlas artist’s studio near Paris, at the time of the Perrier bottle launch.

Finally, this issue is an opportunity to delve into the latest trends in object design, with not-to-be-missed collaborations with your favorite artists, as well as prints and other prestigious limited editions. Finally, our calendar of gallery and museum exhibitions will ensure you don’t miss a single event between now and Christmas!