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Street Artists At Munich Museum Present the Portrait, “IMAGO” Curated by Elisabetta Pajer

From cave carvings in Angoulême in western France 27,000 years ago to your daily, perhaps hourly selfie on a cell phone today, our desire to depict the figure is as much a reflection of the artist and their times as it’s sitter. A new show at MUCA Munich (Museum of Urban Contemporary Art) opening today […]

“Half A World Passed Me By”, In the Studio with David Walker

Known well as a portrait painter of pensively wistful women across numerous expansive walls in cities around the globe in the last decade, Street Artist/muralist/fine artist David Walker is opening his scope of work to new things. Men for example. David Walker. Half A World Passed Me By. Lawrence Alkin Gallery. London. (photo © Yuli […]

David Walker in Lieusaint, France for “Wall Street Art”

“Wall Street Art”: The merging together of two phrases (Wall Street, Street Art) that never had much to do with each other, but now sometimes do. Additionally it is the newly branded mural program/festival across 24 municipalities in France under the artistic direction of Jourdain Gautier, whose name you may recognize from his founding and […]

David Walker Contemplates the Role of His Mural in a French City

“I was conflicted about making the mural in France,” says Street Artist and muralist David Walker about the new sky-gazing countenance of a woman he painted there during the recent terrorist attacks. “I felt it I wasn’t commenting on the current situation there.” It’s often a point of contention with public art and one that […]

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