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Graffiti Art issue 27

The magazine of contemporary urban art

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In the last issue of 2016, a report 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 pioneer hip-hop Doze Green returns on the occasion of his Parisian exhibition at Galerie Openspace on his history and his journey from the 70s in New York to the Gold Country where he lives in autarky at the head of 'an organic farm.


The artists in this issue are mainly graffiti and show the path traveled both stylistically and spiritually like West Rubinstein, also pioneer graffiti New York, making his comeback on the art scene with a remarkable exhibition at the 886 Geary Gallery in San Francisco. SatOne also shares with us in this third interview his spirit of independence and the formal evolution of his work, called towards the abstraction of colors.


We also discover Felipe Pantone settled in Valencia for several years as one of the most popular artists on the international scene, with an abstract work marked by the history of optical and kinetic art. Finally, Henrique Oliveira dazzles us with his immersive installations in situ, representing a true weapon at the service of the earth.


We go back to the event that marked the end of the summer and the start of the school year: Dismaland through a portfolio, the opportunity also to debate FOR or AGAINST Banksy. We tell you about our tours of exhibitions Hey! in Paris, Obey in Malaga, Nuart in Stavanger and so many others.


We made a passage through the workshop of the artist The Atlas near Paris, at the time of the launch of bottles Perrier.


This issue is finally an opportunity to immerse yourself in the latest trends in terms of design objects with collaborations not to be missed with your favorite artists as well as prints and other limited editions of prestige. Finally, our agenda of galleries and museums exhibitions will allow you to miss no event by Christmas!

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