Our weekly focus on the moving image and art in the streets. And other oddities.
1. Gregory Orekhov Rolls Out the Red Carpet in Moscow
2. A Brief Look Inside Icy & Sot’s Studio
3. Snowy Athens with INO is Paradise
BSA Special Feature: Gregory Orekhov Rolls Out the Red Carpet in Moscow
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Always watching celebs walking the red carpet? Now it’s your turn as the Russian artist Gregory Orekhov distills the magic of expectation and elegance and historical notions of royalty here in a Moscow forest.
The work titled “Nowhere” is the artist’s most recent and consists of 250 meters of polypropylene.
A Brief Look Inside Icy & Sot’s Studio
In preparation for their solo exhibition at Danysz Gallery in Paris, opening on Saturday, February 12 the gallery visited the artists at their studio in Brooklyn. We wrote about the exhibition HERE.
Rare snowfall in Athens prompts INO to grab his drone to shoot his murals under the coat of snow
Snowy Athens with INO is Paradise
Street artists and muralist INO tours his various works in his hometown of Athens, Greece on a snowy day flying with a drone. The musical score of piano and cello warms and stirs.
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