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Urban Art Agenda 3 Exhibition

Inspired by New York graffiti of the 1980s, stencil art has moved off the streets and into galleries.

Stencil art is a form of street art, or urban art as it is often called, which has sprung up all over the globe and become a respected art form. Urban Art Agenda brings together some of the most prolific stencil artists from around the world in a unique showcase.

Featured artists include A1one (Tehran), Ananda Nahu (Salvador), David Soukup (Chicago), ELK (Canberra), El Moocho (Melbourne), Izolag (Salvador), HaHa (Melbourne), Jana and JS (Salzburg), Jef Aerosol (Lille), Kenji Nakayama (Boston), Mandarina Brausewetter (Vienna), M-City (Gdynia), Orticanoodles (Milan), Ozi (São Paulo), Penny (London), Skran (Lisboa), XOOOOX (Berlin).

Curated by JD Mittmann (Famous When Dead Gallery), Urban Art Agenda was launched at the Ballarat Art Gallery in July and has also been shown in Melbourne and Sydney. Curators talk Saturday 7 November, 11am. Free!


Urban Art Agenda 3
Venue:
Brisbane Powerhouse
Dates:  27/10/09 – 22/11/09

Official Site:
www.brisbanepowerhouse.org

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