Kathrina was born in Mexico City and studied visual arts and photography at the University of Nuevo Leon, Mexico. Her native country means that her work is infused with a rich vitality and a colourful exuberance. As an Urban artist, she produces work which is perhaps softer and more lyrical than her male contemporaries. She … Continue reading Katrina Rupit new show at Westbank gallery
We are always happy to see people dedicated to bringing art into communities that typically remain miles away from it for various reasons, such as poverty. So when we heard about this project, called “Pachuca Paints Itself”, in central Mexico by an artists’ collective known as the German Crew, we had to feature it on Art-Pie. Click … Continue reading Mexican city giant mural by artists’ collective known as the German Crew
I do not know where you guys will be on Saturday but I will be at the ‘Feast In the Fields” ——— Colours of Brazil & the sexy sounds of Bossa Nova. The creators of Feast in the Fields bring to you the flavours & samba beats of our current favourite South American hotspot in … Continue reading Fiesta in the fields
Part of our 3 street art works series you should see today. Etam Cru, Anthony Lemer and Cix. Etam Cru – done for the Richmond Mural Project in Richmond, VA Anthony Lemer – located in Clermont-Ferrand (France) Cix – located in Mexico
Scream Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of young and emerging British and international artists, who have a common desire to explore and create alternative realities. They transport you on a dream-like journey to another time or place, with inspiration drawn from fairy-tales, surrealism, nature, the human body and childhood.