Must-See Art Exhibitions in The Netherlands 2016

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2016 Must-See Art Exhibitions In The Netherlands With 2016 well on its way and some weeks of hibernation behind us, it’s about time to have a look at what’s going on in terms of art events and exhibitions in The Netherlands this year. As in the previous years there’s a lot being organized in our tiny country again, with some … Read More

‘Keith Haring. The Political Line’ Visits Rotterdam

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Keith Haring’s Voice from the Eighties Echoes in our Present Keith Haring. The Political Line. Rotterdam Kunsthal – September 20 2015 to February 7 2016 More than 30 years later Haring’s works return to the city where his international career once took off: in 1982 Rotterdam’s ‘Galerie ‘t Venster’ was the first ever outside the United States to show his work. … Read More

Street Art Moving People

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Street Art Moving People You might see them at the bus stop, in the supermarket, the park or even while travelling by train or subway en route to their next destination. Their collective name is the Moving People. Given that there are 10,010 of them, the chance that you will actually encounter one of them is rather high during the fall of … Read More

Banksy Exhibition in Amsterdam: His Street Art World Comes to the Lionel Gallery

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Banksy’s World Coming to Amsterdam Banksy – you know that famous guy from Bristol that nobody seems to know, who instigates us to think and observe our world a bit differently through his street art creations? – is in our town of Amsterdam for the coming six weeks. Maybe not in person, but definitely in spirit: the Lionel Gallery on … Read More

Street Art Corner From Düsseldorf’s Kiefernstrasse

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Street Art Corner From Düsseldorf’s Kiefernstrasse   I kind of felt like a kid in a candy store, while walking through the Kiefernstrasse in Düsseldorf, Germany. This was not at all what I anticipated, when I first came across this Kiefernstrasse street name, while googling where to find street art in this German city. Of course, I expected some nice … Read More

Street Art Corner from Bologna’s Historic Centre

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Street Art Corner from Bologna’s Historic Centre Bologna never really hit me as a city where I would find a lot of street art, but being the hometown of Blu – one of the better known street artists around – I figured there should be some at least. And indeed, during our 24 hours stay in Bologna, shortly after attending … Read More

Street Art Corner: Touring Ghent with Concrete Canvas

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Street Art Corner: Touring Ghent with Concrete Canvas   Recently we visited the hugely underrated Belgian city Ghent, situated just some three hours by train from Amsterdam, a perfect weekend destination for those who like culture, good food and… street art, as we recently discovered. Whereas some cities like Berlin and London are known for their vibrant street art scene, … Read More

Street Art Corner from Montpellier, France

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Street Art Montpellier A Street Art Corner from France   When arriving in elegant Montpellier streetart was somehow not the first thing we expected to see much of, but we can now say that the street art scene was just one of the pleasant surprises awaiting us in this Southern French city. With an attractive old city-centre, a relaxed atmosphere and a … Read More

Street Art Corner from Girona, Spain

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Street Art Corner from Girona, Spain   After a much welcomed summer-break we’re back again with our Street Art Corner, this time from Girona, Spain! Last week we spontaneously booked a flight to Girona, Spain, looking for some warmth and sun during the rainiest August we’ve had in Amsterdam for a long time. As in many other Spanish cities, like … Read More

Street Art Corner: Exploring Amsterdam’s Street Art Museum

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Exploring Amsterdam’s Street Art Museum for this week’s Street Art Corner   I still remember seeing the first images of the new Street Art Museum Amsterdam online, images of the below mural in progress. While Pau Quintanajornet was working on her piece of art, people from the whole neighbourhood regularly stopped by to see the progress she was making, curious while welcoming this … Read More

Street Art Tuesday from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Where Street Art and Football Collide

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Street Art Tuesday From Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Where Art And Football Collide   Today it is time for our weekly ‘Street Art Tuesday’ series. Last week we skipped this series because we were aiming for the publication of our first Travel eGuide, the Rio de Janeiro Cultural Travel Guide, right before the start of the World Cup. This week … Read More

Banksy’s First Unauthorised Retrospective In London

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Banksy’s First Unauthorised Retrospective In London Street Art becoming mainstream?   This week renowned street artist Banksy’s first unauthorized exhibition will open in Sotheby’s S|2 Gallery in London, an exhibition that some people will anticipate with mixed feelings when they’ll hear about it. Really, shouldn’t street art be in the streets instead of in high-end galleries? This Banksy retrospective doesn’t, however, contain … Read More

Street Art Tuesday from Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Street Art Tuesday from Buenos Aires, Argentina   Every Tuesday we take you a street art location around the world during our ‘Street Art Tuesday’ series. This week we’re off to Buenos Aires, Argentina, one of our favourite cities in the South-American continent, where street art tells a lot about the current and past affairs of the country.  Are you … Read More