Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
Now screening :
1. “Shadows Of Illusion” Eduardo Cuadrado
2. One Minute of Dance Per Day, Number 1352: Nadia Vadori-Gauthier
3. The Art Of Street Photography: Just Do It…Listen to the experts.
4. Marseille Street Art Show X IPAF Festival 2018
BSA Special Feature: “Shadows Of Illusion” Eduardo Cuadrado
The problem with fences and razor wire is that if you have enough of them in a society, you may begin to lose track of whether you are free or in prison.
The core inhumanity of certain humanity means that once you have successfully made it to the other side you quickly slam a door behind you, sometimes erecting a fence behind yourself, effectively surrendering.
Conceptual artist Eduardo Cuadrado created this haunted installation outside Saint Paul’s Church in Valladolid, Spain a couple of months ago at the International Art in the Street Festival 2018, and the impact was powerful in a wordless way that few artworks are. The man playing a cello live in front of it adds to the effect tremendously.
One Minute of Dance Per Day, Number 1352: Nadia Vadori-Gauthier
A dollop of creamy cement for your Art Brut cafe au lait this morning, here is your one minute of dance, number 1352.
The Art Of Street Photography: Just Do It…Listen to the experts.
Yeah, it is an ad for an online class, but we still find it inspiring. No surprise, right?
Marseille Street Art Show X IPAF Festival 2018
Packaged as tourism, this Street Art is illegal and commissioned and somehow all rolled into one experience of seeing and shopping and tasting delights. Its the IPAF Festival in collaboration with Marseille Street Art Show and Galerie Saint Laurent at Marseille June 2018.