Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Invader: Djerba Invasion
2. Vhils Mounts “Haze” in Cincinnati
3. Okuda Takes Victory Lap of His Art/Life Accomplishments in 2020
BSA Special Feature: Invader: Djerba Invasion
A short film today from French street artist Invader on the island of Djerba. Previously painted by many international street artists a few years ago with the help of artist, businessman, and gallery owner Mehdi Ben Cheikh, here the adventures of the digital tile artist are documented along with his own observations translated into English. Few women appear on the streets or on the screen, but you’ll find many men approving of the context-appropriate pieces he affixes across cities of the island. All this art is sure to become part of a treasure map for tourists to discover street art.
Invader: Djerba Invasion
Vhils Mounts “Haze” in Cincinnati
in 2020 Vhils had a solo show “Haze” at the Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center. Filmmaker José Pando Lucas captured the process of the installation and Vhils’ technique in vivid detail.
Okuda Takes Victory Lap of His Art/Life Accomplishments in 2020
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