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New ROA mural at Ghent University Museum
grafiiti Street Art
22 Jun 20

New ROA mural at Ghent University Museum

Prior to the opening of a science center, an important artwork was presented: a new wildlife mural by ROA The new ROA mural was done at the Museum of the University of Ghent (GUM). The renowned artist created a monumental piece that celebrates his passion for biodiversity and the opening of this venue. The opening […]
The Ghibli Museum offers a virtual tour from home
ACC Network
23 Apr 20

The Ghibli Museum offers a virtual tour from home

Virtual tours are offered to discover the Ghibli Museum’s facilities during the quarantine The Ghibli Museum has temporarily closed its physical space but opened its virtual one for the world to explore. This is the museum’s initiative which, through short videos, you’ll discover the facilities on Youtube. Nearly 20 years after its opening, the museum […]
Mr. Brainwash will open a museum in Los Angeles
Art Street Art
17 Feb 20

Mr. Brainwash will open a museum in Los Angeles

Mr. Brainwash will open a space to feature art free of charge The street artist Mr. Brainwash will open a museum this summer in Los Angeles. The space will be dedicated to free and public art, as well as to exhibit new artists’ work. According to The Art Newspaper, the artist closed a deal with […]
Museum of Graffiti to open in Miami
Uncategorized
27 Nov 19

Museum of Graffiti to open in Miami

Art Basel in Miami will host the Museum of Graffiti Wynwood in Miami opens its doors to the Museum of Graffiti, the first of its kind. The opening will take place on December 5 at the start of the activities of Art Basel Miami Beach. This venue is a new attraction for Miami’s most colorful […]
The Museum of the Dog opens in New York
Art Blog English
7 Mar 19

The Museum of the Dog opens in New York

The Museum of the Dog will house sections of famous artists dedicated to canine art in New York It’s official! The Museum of the Dog is moving to New York City! And it will open on February 8, providing a space for our furry friends; surely a treat! This dog museum will have fun themes […]
Download classic comics at the Digital Comic Museum
ACC Network Art Blog
1 Mar 19

Download classic comics at the Digital Comic Museum

The digital museum houses a collection of classic, copyright free comics that can be downloaded The Digital Comic Museum (DCM) is the digital museum with the largest collection of copyright free comic books on the Internet. Many believe that comics are for children or teenagers. The large selection that the DCM has got adults hooked […]
The Cheetos Museum has all kinds of cheetos
ACC Network Blog English
28 Feb 19

The Cheetos Museum has all kinds of cheetos

The Cheetos Museum sprung from a marketing campaign It all started with a very creative digital campaign; the Cheetos Museum shows how there are no two Cheetos alike, gathering all kinds of peculiarly shaped Cheetos in one space. The creatives behind the campaign are Goodby Silverstein & Partners (GS&P). FYI, we talked about them in […]
The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas
grafiiti Street Art
20 Jul 20

The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas

Check out our selection of the best murals for the month of July, what say you? We’re halfway through the year, trying to digest the “new normal:” however, the urban art creation has taken off. Hence, we give you our selection of the most outstanding murals for the month of July. Leon Keer – France […]
Statue of Theodore Roosevelt will be removed in New York
Art
24 Jun 20

Statue of Theodore Roosevelt will be removed in New York

Faced with current protests, the American Museum of Natural History requested the removal of the statue of Theodore Roosevelt The statue of Theodore Roosevelt in front of the American Museum of Natural History will be removed. This is as a result of the current racial protests in the United States and as a unanimous decision […]
Murals of Avant Garde Tudela: 2020 edition Recap
grafiiti Street Art
23 Jun 20

Murals of Avant Garde Tudela: 2020 edition Recap

The activities of this festival culminated successfully; here’s a recap so you can check out all the murals As we mentioned in a previous installment the city of Tudela was the epicenter where Mina Hamada, Miss Van, and Jeff McCreight ‘Ru8icon’ embodied their art at the Avant Garde Tudela 2020 Festival. Hence, check out our […]
New Van Gogh letters turn up at an auction
Art
19 Jun 20

New Van Gogh letters turn up at an auction

Van Gogh’s newly discovered letters reveal a little-known facet of the painter’s personal life Vincent Van Gogh was a rather assiduous to epistolar correspondence, proof of this is the most recent find of the museum that bears his name, which acquired Van Gogh’s new letters revealing his taste for brothels. The bid was held at […]
Santiago Arau, image chronicler and visual narrator
Photography
9 Jun 20

Santiago Arau, image chronicler and visual narrator

Santiago Arau’s body of work includes photography and cinema through which he captures the realities of the city and majestic landscapes Santiago Arau Pontones is a Mexican photographer who has made the streets of Mexico City his own under his lens. He was born in Mexico City in 1980 and graduated from Communications from the […]
Saner, the essence of “Mexicanness” in urban art
grafiiti Profile Street Art
8 Jun 20

Saner, the essence of “Mexicanness” in urban art

Saner’s imaginary is composed of mystical beings intimately linked to Mexican culture Edgar Flores, also known as Saner, is a Mexican artist whose work has filled many parts of the world with color and Mexican traditions. His artworks use the roots of Mexican culture and iconography to transform spaces into canvases that tell the stories […]
Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada honors doctor killed by Covid-19
ACC Network Street Art
2 Jun 20

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada honors doctor killed by Covid-19

Artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada went all the way to Queens to pay tribute to a health hero The Queens Museum in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park, located in one of the most affected neighborhoods of New York’s Queens City, was the spot where artist Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada chose to create a large-scale mural. The later pays homage to Dr. […]
MoMA offers free online courses
Art
26 May 20

MoMA offers free online courses

To learn about art this quarantine, the MoMA will offer free art and design online courses Given social distancing activities, MoMA will offer free art and design online courses which can be of great use to beginners and professionals alike. Many of the world’s great museums have implemented the use of technology over the past […]
Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is deteriorating
Art
22 May 20

Edvard Munch’s “The Scream” is deteriorating

Scientists found that the Norwegian artist’s The Scream could be at risk of rapid deterioration The Scream by artist Edvard Munch is perhaps one of the most iconic and valuable paintings of the twentieth century. However, a group of researchers revealed that its original quality is at risk due to multiple factors we’ll tell you […]
Michael Jordan Sneakers Auctioned for Over Half a Million
ACC Network Sneakers Streetwear
18 May 20

Michael Jordan Sneakers Auctioned for Over Half a Million

Michael Jordan sneakers set a new sales record at auction Through an online auction, the auction house Sotheby’s managed to sell Michael Jordan’s first sneakers which he used in 1985. Moreover, what is most impressive was the amount that this pair of Air Jordan 1 reached at the auction; the pair was initially expected to […]
“Isolated”, a film showcasing        37 artist studios
Street Art
14 May 20

“Isolated”, a film showcasing 37 artist studios

Isolated gives us a 4-minute tour of these artists’ workspaces In a previous article, we talked about the artistic projects that were coming out of the confinement caused by the pandemic. Home Mural Fest and the Covid Art Museum were some examples. Now we give you Isolated, a short film by German artist Falk Lehmann, […]
Tutorial to draw Totoro taught by Toshio Suzuki
ACC Network Anime
12 May 20

Tutorial to draw Totoro taught by Toshio Suzuki

Toshio Suzuki, co-founder of Studio Ghibli shares this tutorial to draw Totoro and use confinement productively We continue riding this wave of creativity that confinement has created; now it’s Toshio Suzuki’s turn and his tutorial to draw Totoro, the huge, hairy creature. Take out a pencil and paper because this is going to be good! […]
Carlos Cruz-Diez, the pioneer of Optical Art in Latin America
Art
21 Apr 20

Carlos Cruz-Diez, the pioneer of Optical Art in Latin America

The artist Carlos Cruz-Diez, one of the pioneers of Op and Kinetic Art saw more than a pigment in color Carlos Cruz-Diez is one of the greatest pioneers of Optical and Kinetic Art in Latin America. He was a French-Venezuelan artist born in the city of Caracas in 1923. He lived and worked in Paris […]
Google Arts & Culture transforms photos into artworks
Art Artificial intelligence
17 Apr 20

Google Arts & Culture transforms photos into artworks

For everyone at home getting bored, it’s time to try the Google Arts & Culture app Google Arts & Culture recently added a filter to its Art Transfer app that will allow you to turn your photos into artworks. Textures, color, and brush strokes will surely keep you entertained for a while as you edit […]
Krishna VR, the young photographer and her conceptual portraits
ACC Network Art Interviews
8 Apr 20

Krishna VR, the young photographer and her conceptual portraits

To learn more about Krishna VR and her work, we chatted with the young Sinaloan photographer Krishna Valdez Ramírez, also known as Krishna VR, is a 20-year-old photographer from Sinaloa, who has developed her own style. She’s had exhibitions in Europe, the United States, Japan, and Mexico. Thus, to learn a little more about her […]
Urvanity installations take over the public space
ACC Network Art Exhibitions
25 Feb 20

Urvanity installations take over the public space

Madrid becomes the capital of art with Urvanity Art installations on its main squares Previously, we told you what you couldn’t miss at this festival. Now it’s time to talk about the Urvanity installations that have landed on the streets of Madrid. Therefore, it should be noted that one of the main purposes of Urvanity […]
Urban artists of 5Pointz will be compensated for losing their work
Editors' Picks en grafiiti Street Art
21 Feb 20

Urban artists of 5Pointz will be compensated for losing their work

Following the destruction of the renowned building known as 5Pointz, artists will be compensated with $6.7 million in claims for damages to their work In 2013, the iconic 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, Inc., better known as 5Pointz, was demolished. It was replaced with several luxury residential condos. Now, 7 years later, the Court of Appeals […]
The pioneers of graffiti you need to know
grafiiti Street Art
7 Feb 20

The pioneers of graffiti you need to know

The history of graffiti could not be written without the creations made by the pioneers of this movement The 1970s and 1980s were undoubtedly the decades where graffiti was one of the strong pillars of the hip-hop movement. Indeed, when talking about graffiti, it’s essential to refer to the fearless pioneers who took a spray […]
JR portrays the faces of more than 1000 locals in New York
Art Photography Street Art
5 Feb 20

JR portrays the faces of more than 1000 locals in New York

In this new piece, JR portrays the different visions of living in a concrete jungle The Chronicles of New York City is the new piece where JR portrays the reality of the Big Apple. The piece located in Williamsburg’s Domino Park captures the lives of more than 1000 locals. After Chronicles and his gigantic piece […]
Man was arrested after damaging a Picasso
Art Culture
6 Jan 20

Man was arrested after damaging a Picasso

The iconic artist’s piece was torn, however, the man who caused the damage was arrested The Tate Modern houses the painting “Bust of a Woman” by renowned Spanish artist Pablo Picasso. However, last Saturday it suffered an attack by a man who was arrested for alleged vandalism. The person involved is a 20-year-old man who […]
The best sneaker collaborations with the coolest artists
ACC Network Sneakers Streetwear
15 Dec 19

The best sneaker collaborations with the coolest artists

We bring you a curated list of the best sneaker collaborations with the most relevant artists by the All City Canvas team We bring you a selection of the best sneaker collaborations with artists. Check out the exclusive models that you should definitely consider having in your closet. Take note! Vans x Takashi Murakami Takashi […]
JR creates huge mural in US prison
Street Art
2 Dec 19

JR creates huge mural in US prison

French artist JR raises awareness and humanizes the situation of inmates in a prison in Tehachapi, California Chronicles, JR‘s new installation intrigued us last month with its narrative and the way it shows the artist’s career, from its beginnings. JR created Tehachapi, his newest piece. Jean René, also known as JR, created a giant mural […]
Mathew Zefeldt arrives to Mexico with ‘Vistas’ exhibition
ACC Network Art Exhibitions
8 Oct 19

Mathew Zefeldt arrives to Mexico with ‘Vistas’ exhibition

Mathew Zefeldt ‘s exhibition is inspired by the Grand Theft Auto V video game and you can see it at Celaya Brothers Gallery Following the union of Celaya Brothers Gallery and All City Canvas, we are excited to announce Mathew Zefeldt ‘s arrival in Mexico. As he does so with Vistas, an incredible exhibition in […]
Design Week Mexico 2019 prepares great activities
Art Design Events
3 Oct 19

Design Week Mexico 2019 prepares great activities

Projects, forums, routes and more in the program of activities offered by Design Week Mexico 2019 Everything is ready for the second weekend of Design Week Mexico 2019 from October 10 to 13. In this will be presented a series of projects, forums and routes focused on design and art in the City. It is […]
Francisco Toledo and his cultural contribution
Art Blog Editors' Picks en
6 Mar 19

Francisco Toledo and his cultural contribution

According to Forbes, Francisco Toledo is the most important Mexican living artist Forbes magazine named Francisco Toledo the most important Mexican living artist, from a list of 10 cultural and art institutions. Even though the qualifier “living” is somewhat aggressive, it maintains an undertone for his work. He is an epitome of Mexican culture, as […]
Belgian artist Carsten Höller at Museo Tamayo
Blog English
1 Mar 19

Belgian artist Carsten Höller at Museo Tamayo

The Belgian artist Carsten Höller’s artworks will be exhibited at the Mexico City museum The Belgian artist Carsten Höller presents Hallucinations in Mexico this year. It is a theme park created with transparencies, confusing objects and rotating rooms. It will surely be a unique experience for every visitor. Carsten Höller is a Belgian-German artist born […]
The best murals in Mexico City
Art Arte callejero Blog
28 Feb 19

The best murals in Mexico City

We give you: the best murals in Mexico City! All City Canvas set out to bring you a selection of the best murals in Mexico City so you can plan your weekend outing. You’ll find the locations of each mural at the end of their description. The list includes a selection of walls by local as […]
NURIA MORA: «“I don’t do street art»
Art Arte callejero Blog
21 Jun 17

NURIA MORA: «“I don’t do street art»

We talked with Nuria Mora who told us about her concept of street art and muralism Nuria Mora is a Spanish artist who uses public space as a support, medium and concept for her works. It is known for its abstract style embodied in paintings and murals. The main objective that you want to accomplish […]
Street Art and the Most Influential Women 2017
Art Arte callejero Blog
31 Mar 17

Street Art and the Most Influential Women 2017

Tattoos, murals and paintings come together in this ranking of girls in street art Text by Victor Valencia Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Since March is Women’s History Month, All City Canvas was given the task of creating this ranking that brings you the top 10 women in street art […]
BLOOP Festival 2017 and all you need to know
Art Arte callejero Blog
20 Mar 17

BLOOP Festival 2017 and all you need to know

BLOOP Festival, the world’s first festival entirely dedicated to Proactive Art Text by Cristina Ochoa Translation by Briana Prieto F. in collaboration with Paula Villanueva Seven consecutive years of BLOOP Festival has attracted attention to a vast number of people who work in the art and creative industry by opening a new path for Ibiza`s […]
Dubai Canvas 2017; the best of urban art in 3D
Art English
1 Mar 17

Dubai Canvas 2017; the best of urban art in 3D

The best work will receive prizes from the jury and the people The best artists in the world will meet in Dubai Canvas 3D Art Festival 2017, which will be held from the first to the seventh of march. With workshops, food trucks and street performers, Dubai Canvas will be an unforgettable experience. The City […]
Nuart Aberdeen, the new street art festival in Scotland
English Events
22 Feb 17

Nuart Aberdeen, the new street art festival in Scotland

International artists will meet in Nuart Aberdeen for artistic exchange In the city of Aberdeen, from april 14th to 16th, 11 international artists will meet for what promises to be a must-see: the Nuart Aberdeen Festival. Organized by the team behind Nuart Festival, which takes place in the Norwegian city of Stavanger since 2006; developed […]
5 street artists meet the art of Salvatore Ferragamo
5 Jul 16

5 street artists meet the art of Salvatore Ferragamo

5 street artists meet the art of Salvatore Ferragamo The Italian artist Gola Hundun was protagonist of a new appointment with public art in Bonito for the project Impronte, an event dedicated to Salvatore Ferragamo who was born in the little town in 1898. The artwork was inspired by a variety of elements related to […]
Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans and the ACC Live coverage
ACC Network English
31 Mar 16

Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans and the ACC Live coverage

All City Canvas had the opportunity to be part of the latest edition of PangeaSeed Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans festival in Auckland & Napier, New Zealand. PangeaSeed, in collaboration with the Napier City Council, Alternative Arts Initiative and The Idea Collective x Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT), wrapped it up its satellite event […]
Sea Walls: Murals for Oceans at The Idea Collective x MOTAT in Auckland, New Zealand
15 Mar 16

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 […]
Blek Le Rat talks about what modern propaganda is
Art Blog
21 Jan 16

Blek Le Rat talks about what modern propaganda is

This is an exclusive interview with Blek Le Rat by All City Canvas We bring you very cool projects in Mexico, Paris, Warsaw, New York City and… we also bring you an exclusive interview with the legend himself: Blek Le Rat. He talked about ‘Propaganda’ his upcoming art show at Wunderkammern Gallery, which opens to […]
A PSEUDO SORROW
1 Dec 15

A PSEUDO SORROW

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 […]
Institutions and artworks stand together
22 Sep 15

Institutions and artworks stand together

How the institutions can endanger an artwork and to what extent… The purpose of this is not to point fingers for the mere purpose of doing so; but rather to use this experience as an example of how an institution can endanger an artwork and to what extent. It had been a really nice breakfast. […]
Turrell ’s Most Ambitious Work Yet
Art English
8 Sep 15

Turrell ’s Most Ambitious Work Yet

Turrell explores sensory limitations and their relationship to social and cultural patterns. But Roden Crater is his most ambitious work yet… The word innovation comes up frequently in the advertising world. Whether it is a promising lens, a dashing vehicle or a vain mascara, they all promise the same thing: innovation. I still find Nissan’s […]
OPEN HOUSE
17 Aug 15

OPEN HOUSE

By Nicole Chaput   When looking at one of those exceptional works, one begins to distill the piece. We guess what colors were combined to get that specific shade of blue and estimate the number of layers that lie beneath the surface. We read about the piece and become aware of its context to understand […]
By the way, I am Orozco ‘s son
Art Blog
29 Jul 15

By the way, I am Orozco ‘s son

Orozco ‘s objective was to illustrate a universal truth instead of addressing microcosmic symptoms of the general disease… First, this is a truly and sensitive essay abour José Clemente Orozco ´s legacy. Whenever I come back to Mexico City, I go visit my friends on the third floor of Palacio Nacional de Bellas Artes. I […]
Richard Prince: the Opportunist, a controversial exhibition
Art English
9 Jun 15

Richard Prince: the Opportunist, a controversial exhibition

If Richard Prince’s Instagram photos are comparable to Reality TV, there is not much to stress about the shallow waters of contemporary art… We all remember the essay by Rosalind Krauss condemning originality and naming Sherrie Levine one of the greatest examples of art in its postmodernist era. For the forgetful, here is a quick […]
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J Balvin’s Jordans, what we know so far
ACC Network Sneakers Streetwear
26 Nov 20

J Balvin’s Jordans, what we know so far

After his brief appearance at the Super Bowl, news of J Balvin’s Jordans commercial release was announced Undoubtedly the Super Bowl LIV’s halftime brought surprises and a clear one was the news of J Balvin’s Jordan launch. According to the singer’s social networks, they will be released in July as an official collaboration. Another surprise […]
Virtual backgrounds for your Zoom video conferences
Illustration
31 Jul 20

Virtual backgrounds for your Zoom video conferences

Zoom has become the perfect ally for those of us doing home office so here’s a list of some of the best virtual backgrounds for your meetings Lately, using Zoom has become a trend during this confinement period and it has us all entertained with virtual backgrounds. It’s clear that most of us are at […]
ACC flip flops: All City Canvas’ latest drop
ACC Network Streetwear
22 Jul 20

ACC flip flops: All City Canvas’ latest drop

To overcome the summer heat, hit the beach or the supermarket, All City Canvas launched the ACC flip flops for your ultimate comfort Through its online store 555-8888, All City Canvas launched ACC flip flops, the new collection of super basic and extremely comfortable flip flops. And you can’t deny it, we know that both […]
The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas
grafiiti Street Art
20 Jul 20

The top murals for the month of July by All City Canvas

Check out our selection of the best murals for the month of July, what say you? We’re halfway through the year, trying to digest the “new normal:” however, the urban art creation has taken off. Hence, we give you our selection of the most outstanding murals for the month of July. Leon Keer – France […]
Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty working on a project with Sanrio
Uncategorized
14 Jul 20

Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty working on a project with Sanrio

No doubt: every cloud has a silver lining, and this time, it’s the collaboration between Takashi Murakami and Hello Kitty The show must go on! Thus, after the news of Takashi Murakami’s bankruptcy, the artist continues working, and this time he will do so with Hello Kitty and Sanrio in a project we have very […]
SWOON presents new show at Underdogs Gallery
Exhibitions Street Art
10 Jul 20

SWOON presents new show at Underdogs Gallery

The show will feature a selection of works created in recent years by SWOON American artist SWOON will go from the street to the galleries; this time aroundo at Underdogs Gallery, where she will present her solo show entitled Asteraceae on July 10 until August 8. In Asteraceae, we will find part of the artist’s […]