Graffiti Art issue 33
This Spring 2017 issue features a special report on the 2017 edition of the must-attend Parisian fair, Urban Art Fairfeaturing an interview with its founder Yannick Boesso, portraits of gallerists and a selection of works.
We then plunge into a pictorial universe made of pixels with French artist Kan of the Da Mental Vaporz group, whose committed work is featured on the cover of this issue.
Spanish artist Axel Void then reveals his dark yet humanistic universe in a long and rich interview. The English artist Remi Rougha member of the Graffuturism movement, talks about his career and creative issues.
We (re)discover the cult artist Invader thanks to its Musée en Herbe exhibition, which delights young and old alike as we enter the Parisian artist’s studio Arnaud Liarda talent to watch. Gabriel DaweAs for the artist himself, he weaves his rainbow works through public spaces, galleries and museums with an unparalleled poetry.
Finally, we discover the POW! WOW! in all its facets: both a mural art festival and an initiator of exhibition projects, concerts, workshops and meetings at numerous sites around the world. While we also give you a look at the most beautiful painted walls of the moment on the outdoor side, we are also interested in the art news (Banksy, Jonathan LeVine, Mark Ryden, Dan Witz, 9th Concept, Nasty…), to the most beautiful limited editions and the latest book releases.
Finally, we recommend more than 40 events from gallery and museum exhibitions to must-see fairs and auctions.