The Exhibition « Peace of Mind » opens on June 27th, at 23 Place des Vosges 75003. Works from six artists will be showed, including:
Onur’s unique style and sensibility comes from his earlier training as a theatre painter and graphic artist. He innovates with transformed acrylic rolls and ultra-violet paints to render a futuristic dy- namic to his works. Painted in large-scale at public venues, Onur’s works undoubtedly undertake a social mission.
In his recent works, Onur reflects on the impact of the stressful and monotonous every-day-life on human psychology. The penetrating power of his murals provide a sense of relief for his au- diences. Onur’s trademark style is hyperrealism and photorealism with a touch of humor and sarcasm.
Insane 51 is an Athens-based muralist. His earlier experience in graffiti led him to become inte- rested in street art, especially the visual sublime and eloquent tension of murals.
The artist pioneers in 3D murals, which borrows intricately from both natural light and technology. His specialty in photorealism combined with his innovation in 3D murals renders true magic.
The prototype of the artist’s large-scale, spectacular murals comes from photography, yet the inspiration are in the streets. Although photographs lie at the basis for the artist’s works, he never copy-pastes them exactly as they were. Instead, he recreates them with brilliant colors, surrealist imaginations, and a unique sense of humor.
Since a young age, Smug loved to draw and paint. From an artistic young kid to one of the most respected street artists, he displays intricate techniques transferring the subjects from paper onto the wall, with nothing else but spray cans.
Kaili’s current work examines the social construct around «Youth criminality» and offers alterna- tive perspectives through paintings and film. The work is influenced by his upbringing and expe- riences as a child, but also an on going growing understanding in psychology with research into the process of Normalization of behaviour.
His earlier work looked at different people whose lives have been subjected to globalization and merging cultural influences. From migrants fighting to enter Europe on the Moroccan border, too graffiti painters in Istanbul.
Kaili has had numerous gallery & museum exhibits in Europe and the US. He sold out his gradua- tion show In July of 2018 at WDKA in Rotterdam where he received a bachelors degree in fine arts.
The artist worked as a freelance designer and illustrator engaging with distinctly different forms of art such as mural, 3D sculpture, and painting. His experience and unconstrained spirit make his works always unpredictable and truly original.
Wes 21 communicates his social and environmental commentary with a power visual vocabulary. The wild fantasy and dystopian imagination of his works bring new dynamics to the street art scene. The intricate fusion of nature and technology, the organic and the man-made, reality and fiction, utopia and dystopia appears throughout Wes 21’s works.
Many of Li-Hill’s works attempt to dissect the human psyche, social dilemma, and environmental problems brought by industrialization, information overflow, and technology of modernity.
With a versatile background in fine arts, graffiti, and mural painting, Li-Hill develops a unique style featured by multi-layers, complex composition, sense of motion, and intricate details.
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Conservation – Conversation is an exploration of what it might be to some to be a conservationist. Whilst some would argue NGO’S are the path of prosperity, others might debate as to whether zoos or even game hunting be so.
This brand new collection of works identifies 12 species painted on to vintage London zoo animal transit boxes. The selected unique animal poses ranges from sleeping, swimming, falling, mating and even trophy.
Each painting is supported by a pen and ink study of which 50% of the sales will be donated to WWF.
Five of Africa’s big mammals have been patchwork stuffed and mounted to remind the viewer that if something soon doesn’t change the only survivors will be owned by the trophy hunter.
From March 21st to April 6th, 2019
NextStreet Gallery presents an art show that captures an integral part of our modern moment: Urban Show. Opening on March 21, and running until April 6, this group exhibition highlights the work of 5 artists from around the world- working on shaping our global perception of street art. None of the artists shy away from bringing their personal contexts to the work.
The variation of mediums and styles demonstrate an evolving definition of urbanity. Each artist focuses on the intersection of their subcultures; whether it be through the hip hop world, LGBTQ community or other cultural minorities. Our exhibition creates a global framework allowing urban art lovers to have a broader vision of the scope of street art.
Each artist focuses on different approaches we can take as a community to move forward. Kurar, for example, tackles the socio-political challenges of this moment by evaluating our origins as a society. His theory is that we might be able to resolve injustice through awareness. This is beautifully in dialogue with Nuno Viegas, who suggests that perhaps the solution to the rapid acceleration of society is focusing on the simple, but powerful. He exquisitely balances the modern and classic world through focusing on the essential through-lines that have existed throughout history.
By contrast, Drew Merritt focuses on evoking change through the emotional reaction of the onlooker- a complex experience that is justly represented in his extremely detailed work. Aaron Li-Hill, on a similar vein, is fascinated by information saturation and the future of industrialisation through creating large scale mural work. Vera Kochubey investigates the psychology of industry and our growing world. These different perspectives not only compliment, but also build off of each other. The points of intersection between the five artists creates a show that functions as an active dialogue.
We are excited to welcome the audience into our space to continue this discussion about the future of culture through the lens of street art.
NextStreet Lab présente un solo show exclusif de l'artiste Retro, à Paris au 23 rue des Tournelles le 4 octobre 2018.
Retro utilise les traits, lignes, ronds et carrés, des éléments figuratifs et des objets futuristes pour nous plonger dans son monde fantaisiste et dans sa folie. Cet artiste français jongle entre graffitisme et futurisme, allie un style épuré à une grande sophistication pour offrir au spectateur un spectacle de couleurs et d'anachronismes.
NextStreet Gallery regroupe au sein d'une exposition exceptionnelle les artistes qui façonnent l'art urbain aujourd'hui.
Vernissage public le 8 novembre, au 23 Place des Vosges à Paris.
LES ARTISTES EXPOSÉS :
SUBVERSION I Group Show curated by Tax Collection with Pure Evil, Dromsjel, Ben is Right, Sage Barnes, Joe Suzuki & CB Hoyo
L'exposition s'articule autour de six figures incontournables de la scène contemporaine.
x Ben Is Right (Ben Evans)
x CB Hoyo
Le photographe et explorateur Sebastian Copeland lance un cri d'alarme à travers cette exposition sur la fonte programmée des glaces. De pôle en pôle raconte l'histoire d'une traversée de l'Arctique à l'Antarctique, qui plonge le spectateur dans un univers immaculé et qui tend à disparaître.
A l'occasion de la Fashion Week, NextStreet Lab consacre une exposition inédite à l'artiste issue de la fashion industrie : Sara Pope “Haute Kiss”
Le vernissage de l'exposition aura lieu le 27 septembre 2018, 23 Rue des Tournelles à Paris, à partir de 19h.
NextStreet Gallery est ravie de vous inviter au premier solo show à Paris de l'artiste espagnol Juan Miguel Palacios
Le vernissage aura lieu dans la soirée du 27 Septembre 2018 à NextStreet Gallery au 23 place des Vosges à partir de 18h.
Come to discover the newest art of this very talented street artist on September 6th in 23 Rue des Tournelles, Paris, from 7pm, with the presence of the artist.
You all will be very welcome!
Venez découvrir cette talentueuse artiste le 6 septembre 2018, 23 Rue des Tournelles à Paris, à partir de 19h, avec la présence de l’artiste.
Nous vous attendons nombreux !
NextStreet Gallery present the first Solo Show in Paris of Hama Woods.
Hama Woods is a stencil artist, based in Oslo.
Her work demonstrates a reverence for nature and its immediate connection to humanity.In a search for methods to communicate the importance and revival of nature,
Hama Woods stencils intuitively reflects and focuses on a sociological approach to greed and human consumption and its direct effect on our natural environment.
Her works are characterized by the use of hand cut, multi-layered stencils witch are applied by spray paint and gradually taking root in public and private spaces in and around Oslo. Her hope is to empower and challenge viewers to come to their own conclusions and to rethink the choices they make which effect today and tomorrow.
Nextstreet Gallery is pleased to present the first solo show in Paris of the artist Isabelle Scheltjens.
For this occasion the artist will be present at the opening where exclusives pieces will be released.
Since the beginning of her work, Isabelle Scheltjens never stopped highlighting the feminine beauty, combining grace, innocence and glamour. Using glass pieces as a painter's palette, the artist proposes for this exhibition severals portraits representing the classical Parisian style.