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Breakin’ the Wall vol. II

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OUT OF STH PRESENTS: BREAKIN’ THE WALL vol. II

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MUSEUM NIGHT with OUT OF STH, May 15


Special screenings: “Next” and “Inside Outside”, stencil workshop and guided tour

NEXT, A Primer on Urban Painting
dir. Pablo Aravena

Documentary explores graffiti-based visual art as a world culture. The filmmaker profiles the art form in nine countries including USA, Canada, France, Holland, Germany, England, Spain, Japan and Brazil. A combination of “vérité” moments and interviews with painters, “writers”, designers, documentarians and other participants within the subculture, the film conveys the dynamism and creative energy of this significant emerging artistic movement.

Among presented artists are Heavyweight, Delta, Barnstormers and Banksy – all to the accompaniment of Sixtoo and Diplo.

Documentary was shown on many international festivals, i.e. Rotterdam International Film Festival, Urban Stories Brusseles, Melbourne International Film Festival, Rhythm of The Line Berlin.

The screening in English.

Big thanks to Pablo Aravena!
www.nextthemovie.com

First group of “Breakin’ the Wall” artists finished their murals in Wroclaw


Films

Dem, Jiem, Erica il Cane i Vova Vorotniov are in the first group of artists invited to take part in the project “Breakin’ the Wall”. Because of the vulcanic ash cloud, that prevented the arrival of street artists from Argentina, Spain, and Great Britain before the OUT OF STH opening, the project was divided in two parts. The second part of murals, made by Escif, Zosen, SickBoy i Mudwig will be completed in May.

The film by Sławek ZBIOK Czajkowski shows the development of murals painted until the 23rd April:

and Vova Vorotniov’s latest work:

Breakin’ the Wall map to download


New murals in the city

The artists invited to participate in “Breakin’ the Wall” are prominent representatives world urban art: Mudwig (Bristol), Dem (Milan), Fefe Telavera (San Paulo/Madrid), Vova Vorotniov (Kiev), Escif (Valencia), Erica Il Cane (Bologna), Jiem (Lille), SickBoy (London) and Zosen (Barcelona). Their murals will reflect on the identity and existence of the post-1989 generation, as well as the celebrated anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
The begun mural scene “Breakin’ the Wall” will be developed utill June. On various walls in Wrocław, in Nadodrze and in the surroundings – there will be several large murals created
as part of the project.

ON THE MAP ARE MARKED LOCATIONS OF ALREADY EXISTING BREAKIN’ THE WALL MURALS

Erica il Cane & Dem / Breakin’ the Wall / mural in Żeromskiego Str.

Erica il Cane & Dem

The first mural for the project “Breakin’ the Wall” was finished yesterday, on 20th April. Italian artists Erica il Cane and Dem made it on the wall of Polonia cinema (Żeromskiego Street). The begun mural scene “Breakin’ the Wall” will be developed utill June. On various walls in Wrocław, in Nadodrze and in the surroundings – there will be several large murals created as part of the project.

Two hours for press and media before exhibition opening

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TALK BY CEDAR LEWISOHN

On his Tate Modern exhibition and the book STREET ART. The Graffiti Revolution.

Tate Modern STREET ART

Before the exhibition opening we invite you to a talk by Cedar Lewisohn. London based artist and curator Cedar Lewisohn will give a presentation looking at the 2008 Tate Modern show Street Art which he organised. The talk will also look at new developments in the subject and art historical cross-overs. The talk will also be an opportunity for the audience to ask questions and public debate.

22nd April 2010 | 7 p.m.
Design BWA Wroclaw Gallery | Swidnicka Str. 2-4