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Biggest Mural ever by 2501 in Ukraine

2501 just finished a new mural in Kiev, Ukraine and its just AMAZING! The 26 storey building is the biggest the artist has ever painted. The mural is part of his Nomadic Experiment project, where he explores the interaction with the reality that can generate physical work of art. The whole mural process lasted for 4 days, working 12 hours… Continua leyendo

Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity

Brooklyn had one of the most interesting exhibitions on the night of April 28 at Gallery House “Masks of Courage: Defining True Identity” where more than 40 artworks, including paintings, photographs and installations filled the rooms of this house located in 272 Clinton Ave. The artworks were donated to raise funds for the Natalia Ponce… Continua leyendo

The Art of Shepard Fairey at The Young New Yorkers Silent Art Auction

Young New Yorkers (YNY), the non-profit arts program for teenage New Yorkers partnered with All City Canvas and Celaya Brothers Gallery, includin supporting organizations such as Scratch DJ Academy, Authentic Transport, Paddle8, Mana —Soho Crates, Nelson Seo, Sixpoint Brewery, Submittable, MOSH, Balance Water, Cammisa Markel, GV Art Conservation, Industry City Distillery, Scott Rosenbaum / T.… Continua leyendo


Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans at The Idea Collective x MOTAT in Auckland, New Zealand

PangeaSeed Foundation, in collaboration with the Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT) and Alternative Arts Initiative wrapped it up its first satellite event in Auckland to precede the first-ever Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans public art project to be hosted in the coastal town of Napier, New Zealand. During the first week of March 2016, four internationally renowned PangeaSeed Foundation… Continua leyendo



The Latin American ecommerce design transcends the boundaries of the digital with the opening of its Showroom in the Condesa borough of Mexico City. Now design lovers will enjoy the best curator of Mexican and Latin American products and art in a space dedicated exclusively to satisfy the curiosity of those wanting to see, touch, smell… Continua leyendo



By Nicole Chaput Every single year it is the same thing. Good morning, it is the 31 and it is time to think about the year that is about to expire. All the thoughts result in an existential quest of what is truly important for the ones who can put up with the weight of… Continua leyendo



By Nicole Chaput Given that the high and low arts have merged, a point of distinction between aesthetic experience and late capitalist agenda is extinct. Aesthetics have never been free from institutions that charge them. Art has always served external agencies, even during Modernism when art was said to serve itself, its discourse still belonged… Continua leyendo

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