Tuesday, July 31, 2007

From Bratslava

I really like these draws by Bosh3, an artist from Bratslava, Slovakia.

Found at: Artcrimes

Sunday, July 29, 2007

"This is the Bagdah you are destroying."

Paul Chan´s is a very political envolved artist. I was visiting his website, National Philistine, and found out a page that called "This is the Bagdah you are destroying." There, you can find pictures Paul Chan took in Bagdah at 2002.

Friday, July 27, 2007

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Seen in the sewers of São Paulo

São Paulo is all full of this graffiti drawings. This is the abstract mark from Zezão, an artist who choosed to put his work on sewers, dumpters, homeless buildings and tunnels. He says that underground, where the trash that no one sees runs, it´s a peace and reflexion place. He always made blue drawings to illuminate them.

Monday, July 23, 2007

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Thursday, July 19, 2007

Wanna get out?

Artist: sputnikk
Location: Bolzano (IT)

Found at Wooster Collective.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Chernobyl Legacy at Magnum Photos

See more at Magnum Website.

Kimiko Yoshida

Kimiko is a japanese contemporary artist who is famous for her self-portraits in different characters. She was born in Tokyo, but her parents abandoned her in someone's door when she was very young. She runaway from Tokyo to France and lived as a refugee for a long time. At these difficult years, she started as a photographer.

The Torero Bride With a Black Suit of Lights, remembering Picasso. Self-portrait, 2006

The Mao Bride. Self-portrait, 2006

The Guernica Bride, remembering Picasso. Self-portrait, 2006

Friday, July 6, 2007

Bienal of the end of the world.

Organized by an alliance between Argentines and Brazilians artists, Bienal Fin del Mundo was exhibited from March,23 to April,24 in the city of Ushuaia, Patagonia. The main theme: the environmental degree and the future of our planet.

Thursday, July 5, 2007

From my hometown

I saw a great art exhibition yesterday at "Oeste" Gallery, São Paulo. The works were created by five young artists from Ceará, the city where I was born, in the Northeast of Brazil. I looked up for other of their creations at the internet. Found this one really interesting. By Yuri Firmeza.

Seen in the streets of Iran:

Found at: Iranian Underground Art Media and Basement

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

Would you help yourself?

Paper art by Peter Callesen.


Seen On The Streets Of Jyväskyä, Finland.

Found at: WoosterCollective