Posts Tagged 'Western Europe'

Walking with Constantin

Today I will talk about a project that struck me for its simplicity and resourcefulness. This often happens when you see what is happening in the world of street art, but lately for some reason, it is increasingly rare.  

/ By Igor Ponosov

Walking with Constantin

Today I will talk about a project that struck me for its simplicity and resourcefulness. This often happens when you see what is happening in the world of street art, but lately for some reason, it is increasingly rare.  

/ By Igor Ponosov

Action is Concrete

From September 21–29, we took part in a camp on artistic strategies in politics and political strategies in art Truth is Concrete in Graz, Austria organized by Steirischer Herbst. 250 artists and activists came from all over the world to share

/ By Make Make

Action is Concrete

From September 21–29, we took part in a camp on artistic strategies in politics and political strategies in art Truth is Concrete in Graz, Austria organized by Steirischer Herbst. 250 artists and activists came from all over the world to share

/ By Make Make

Leftist Street Signs in Amsterdam

A city which offers freedoms and opportunities for people to make choices and to live their own reality is one that belongs to everyone. Unfortunately, the space and experience of our cities is usually dominated by the desires of planners,

/ By Shriya

Leftist Street Signs in Amsterdam

A city which offers freedoms and opportunities for people to make choices and to live their own reality is one that belongs to everyone. Unfortunately, the space and experience of our cities is usually dominated by the desires of planners,

/ By Shriya

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya

Florian Rivière: Cities as Playgrounds

If cities are meant to be for people, then they need to be un-choreographed – spaces for play, and for free expression. Florian Rivière, Strasbourg’s ‘Urban Hacktivist’ re-organizes the city for activity and fun. His interventions are about reclaiming and

/ By Shriya

Joel Rosenberg: Seedbombing New Urban Culture

Interview with Delai Sam Moscow participant – coordinator of Dodo from Helsinki. After his urban gardening and seed bomb making workshop, we invited Joel to Timiryazev agricultural academy to show him the green houses and to choose plants for an

/ By Sonya Polskaya

Joel Rosenberg: Seedbombing New Urban Culture

Interview with Delai Sam Moscow participant – coordinator of Dodo from Helsinki. After his urban gardening and seed bomb making workshop, we invited Joel to Timiryazev agricultural academy to show him the green houses and to choose plants for an

/ By Sonya Polskaya

Roland Roos – Heroic Repairsman

From 2009 to 2010, artist Roland Roos created a project to repair and restore damaged urban facilities in Europe – mainly the Eastern parts. He documented the process, taking photos before and after the restoration, which he later sold to

/ By Igor Ponosov

Roland Roos – Heroic Repairsman

From 2009 to 2010, artist Roland Roos created a project to repair and restore damaged urban facilities in Europe – mainly the Eastern parts. He documented the process, taking photos before and after the restoration, which he later sold to

/ By Igor Ponosov

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make

Strategies of Russian Art Activism

On the 3rd and 4th of March, Welcome Back, Putin! a festival of Russian art activism, was held in Amsterdam. Events included an exhibition curated by Zhir gallery, a screening of the film Khodorkovsky, and discussions with local politicians and journalists.

/ By Make Make