Miss Van and her Ever-Evolving Muses
Miss Van, the French-born street-artist-turned-fine-art-painter, sat down for an exclusive interview with UP Magazine during which she discussed her art, her career, state of street art and her solo show at Harman Projects.
Blek Le Rat Quits NYC, But Leaves His Mark
French graffiti pioneer Blek le Rat quit NYC to continue his U.S. tour in Texas, but left behind beautiful and engaging work on streets across the city.
At WCC, A Solo Show for Monsieur le Rat
J. Scott Orr profiles the storied career of legendary French stencil artist Blek le Rat, with an exclusive interview & preview of the work for Blek’s new solo show at West Chelsea Contemporary, opening Saturday August 20th.
The Giants of Parisian Street Art
The flourishing Parisian street art scene owes a tremendous debt to the pioneering artists who paved the way. Here are just a few of the first-generation giants of French street art that made today’s scene possible.
Modern Day Frescoes with Amaury Dubois
French multimedia artist Amaury Dubois repurposes the ancient art form of frescoes to make meaning in the modern world with his unique “curvism” style. UP’s managing editor and resident francophone Emma Riva spoke to Dubois about his process and what it’s like to paint in sacred spaces.
Tango Hotel x Mist: A Colorful Collab
Tango Hotel presents their debut collaboration with French graffiti legend MIST. Learn about the brand’s unique approach to collaborations, and their propensity to work with creatives across the spectrum from fine art to graffiti, elevating the craft from the stitching to the design.
Review: ‘In Their Eyes’ by Zabou at Saatchi Gallery, London
French-born street artist Zabou takes her dynamic, creative murals from building walls to gallery walls in her new show Their Eyes, on view at Saatchi Gallery in London until 3/27.