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“Junction” : Sandra Chevrier and Martin Whatson in Stavanger

Posted on July 1, 2017

Stavanger, Norway may not have throbbing Street Art scene per se, but it does have a lot of cool murals (thanks to Nuart festival) and a few favorite artists who reliably please the crowds (thanks to Nuart Gallery). This week opened a dynamic duo of the contemporary pop art side of the spectrum working in tandem with complimentary styles for a new show called “Junction” in the gallery space.

Sandra Chevrier . Martin Whatson. Nuart Gallery. Stavanger, Norway. June 2017. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

The line outside stretched down the cobblestoned adorable block and around the adorable cobblestoned corner! Montreals based Sandra Chevrier has been quickly garnering attention since debuting at Reed Projects in 2013 with her masked beauties and Norwegian stencillist Martin Whatson has been touching on the vernacular of pop Street Art and hand-tagged abstractions in a way that has developed into his own style over these past few years. The collaboration is an easy reach for both and the resulting ironic/arresting images that only this mashup can produce.

Here are a few images from the new mural they collaborated on to celebrate Thursday’s opening – the show runs through the 28th of July.

Sandra Chevrier . Martin Whatson. Nuart Gallery. Stavanger, Norway. June 2017. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

Sandra Chevrier . Martin Whatson. Nuart Gallery. Stavanger, Norway. June 2017. (photo © Tor Ståle Moen)

The crowd waiting to get into see “Junction”, featuring new collaborations by Sandra Chevrier and Martin Whatson. Nuart Gallery. Stavanger, Norway. June 2017. (photo © Brian Tallman)

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