Über Anne Scherer
Dieser Autor hat noch keine Biografie hinzugefügt.Der Autor Anne Scherer hat 76 Einträge verfasst.
Einträge von Anne Scherer
„Kunst für junge Sammler“ – Street Art verkauft sich auf der Art.Fair und in Galerien – Warum das nicht unbedingt ein Widerspruch sein muss.
Swoon’s project, “Swimming Cities of Switchback Sea,” features seven boats including this steam-powered paddleboat.
Three loud blasts from a steam whistle screamed out as the rain drizzled on the riverbank here. And the fleet of seven eclectic handmade ships slowly moved away.
Only minutes before their launching, on Friday around noon, a group of people, mostly in their 20s and 30s, was still preparing for the voyage down the Hudson River. In between bites of jelly doughnuts, the crew, dressed in hipster hillbilly chic, hustled to clean up pieces of scrap metal and ready the boats. In the middle stood the artist known as Swoon in a bright yellow rain poncho and jeans.
The Israeli wordsmith/artist – famous for his fragmented poems – tattooed his street art on to 24 people for his latest exhibition
Know Hope likes paronomasia. You might have guessed from his name that he likes to play with words – his street interventions often centre on fragmented poems, phrases that hang on surfaces like aphorisms for an elegiac generation.
Midtown tower in Atlanta will incorporate giant HENSE mural with ‘3-D elements’.
An apartment sky-rise that’s climbing at a prominent Midtown corner will feature an immense mural that developers hope will serve as a gateway to Atlanta’s arts district, officials announced today.
Related Development has christened the 39-story tower at 14th and West Peachtree streets „Apogee Midtown.“ Along with a neighboring, multi-story Whole Foods Market flagship, the project will incorporate a mural by artist HENSE — aka, the homegrown Alex Brewer — that will measure almost 100-feet high and 63-feet wide.
„WALTER“ emerges from an urban art mural production that was made last year in Atlanta. Originally intended to be a documentation of the process, we discovered how the lives of the people of the community influenced the final piece. Their personal stories immerse us in the history of the community and allow us to witness the sparks of hope in the younger generations.
Für die Aktion „West ART goes Street ART“ hat sie im vergangenen Sommer in Düsseldorf eine 250 Quadratmeter große Giebelwand mit einem „Mural“ neu gestaltet. Sie entschied sich für das Motiv einer verschleierten Frau, die sie im Sudan fotografierte – ein Appell zu Weltoffenheit und Toleranz gegenüber anderen Kulturen. Bei Westart live zeigt sie, wie in 60 Minuten ein Kunstwerk entsteht.