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Public Delivery + Hendrik Beikirch: Mural in Germany

Public Delivery + Hendrik Beikirch: Mural in Germany

ECB Hendrik Beikirch - futureispast, 2012 in Friedberg, Germany

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A couple of weeks ago we organized the mural futurememories in Friedberg, Germany. It got painted on the backside of an old and famous Jugendstil indoor swimming pool from 1909 and was featured in a tv report (see above).

The mural was presented together with an exhibition by Young-in Son at the Kunstverein Friedberg.


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Julian Opie and others on Asia’s largest media canvas

Julian Opie and others on Asia’s largest media canvas

Gana Mplanet is one of the most exciting places for public art in South Korea and arguably all of Asia. Being located directly at Seoul Station this huge 99 x 79m media canvas displays various art installations throughout the year.


Julian Opie


Robert Seidel


Yang Man-ki (양만기)


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These beautiful billboards mimic moving landscapes

These beautiful billboards mimic moving landscapes

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Ben Long - The Hay Wain (after John Constable), 2012

Dedham Lock and Mill & The Stour Valley (after John Constable), 2012

Ben Long - Detail of Dedham Lock and Mill (after John Constable), 2012

Right now the city of Birmingham has about hundred 6x3m billboards by 29 international artists on display. Ben Long’s Moving Landscapes uses digitally altered and familiar 19th Century oil landscapes by artists like Constable, Wilson and Gainsborough to pose questions about our experience of modern life and the interaction with old and well-known reproduced artworks.

“The effect created is of the rural environment being moved through at high velocity, as if captured by photographic means from the window of a locomotive. Paintings (…) who expressed a romantic outlook of tranquility and contented country life, are reconsidered in relation to a modern reality that no longer moves at a stable, orderly pace. Moving Landscapes prompt us to examine whether we are exhilarated or baffled by the acceleration of modern life and whether access to more information at a faster speed means a greater or lesser experience of the world around us.”

“But I also think there is a cautionary meaning in there too, which is to do with how the historic can be manipulated and used as a commodity, and how we have become over-saturated with paintings by artists such as Constable to the point that we are no longer able to see them clearly. The Hay Wain is a perfect example of that because it appears on greetings cards and biscuit tins – my Nanna even has Constable place mats that she brings out when guests come to dinner! Rarely are we afforded a direct and pure experience of art. The reproduction is how we’re constantly receiving information and in a commercial world the meaning and original intention of these artworks become subtly distorted given enough time.”

The intervention is organized by EC Arts and runs until April 29th, 2012.

> more insights by Long about his projects at It’s Nice That

> more billboards at the 48Sheet project site


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Robert Montgomery’s weird text billboards in Istanbul

Robert Montgomery’s weird text billboards in Istanbul

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Scottish/British Montgomery is the associate publisher of Dazed & Confused and also a conceptual artist. He shows his poetry in public space, similar to ads. Some of his recent works have been shown throughout the city of Istanbul as part of the 12th Istanbul Biennial.

His thoughts about the reception of his work by the public:

“They know its not advertising, and its not graffiti either and they do not need an art history knowledge to read it. I’m super-interested in the ordinary person at the bus stop getting on the bus to their job everyday and suddenly seeing this weird text. I’m interested in reaching those people. They are my primary audience.”

> read an interview with Montgomery at Dazed Digital

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UPDATE: Check out Montgomery’s works in Berlin


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Krink’s / Craig Costello’s intriguing drip paintings on Hawaii

Krink’s / Craig Costello’s intriguing drip paintings on Hawaii

Krink / Craig Costello at Loft in Space (Hawaii)

Craig Costello is famous for his drip paintings, usually created by extinguishers and the brand / artist alter ego Krink he has built around this name. A few weeks ago he exhibited at Loft in Space in Hawaii and created a 15 meter long mural.

Krink / Craig Costello at Loft in Space (Hawaii)

Krink / Craig Costello at Loft in Space (Hawaii)

> see more photos of the exhibition inside, featuring Krink’s largest sculpture and several canvases at Arrested Motion

Update: This video just popped up. Check it for an interview, the creation of the mural and more:

(via) (photos by Brandon Shigeta)


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Unique murals in the streets of South Korea by Yang Jazoo (양 자주)

Unique murals in the streets of South Korea by Yang Jazoo (양 자주)

Yang Jazoo at Kunstraum Kreuzberg - Bethanien (2011)

Jazoo is a Korean artist who lives and works in Beijing and Seoul. She uses her paintings and installations to document other’s solitude, often in interesting ways. Her paintings, which she creates by using brushes or knifes, are usually not finished, so that the surface becomes the infinite space for her.

Jazoo has exhibited in numerous galleries in Seoul, at the Sang-sang International Art Museum, Beijing and had a solo exhibition at the Kunstraum Bethanien, Berlin this year.

Read more about her work below the images.

Yang Jazoo - Common Alleys (2010)

Yang Jazoo - Common Alleys (2010)

Yang Jazoo - Common Alleys (2010)
Common alleys, installed in Seoul, 2010

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These smoke-bombs juxtapose the beauty of nature

These smoke-bombs juxtapose the beauty of nature

Filippo Minelli - Silence/ Shapes (1)

Filippo Minelli - Silence / Shapes

In 2010, Filippo Minelli started taking photos of smoke-bombs in romantic landscapes to juxtapose the beauty of nature with the violence of a medium devoted to create chaos with a stunning result. These powerful images, taken in various areas around Europe, had been featured in Art exhibitions like the Venice Biennale, published in various magazines and got a lot of visibility thanks to many Art and Design-related websites.

Filippo Minelli - Silence / Shapes

Filippo Minelli - Silence / Shapes

Filippo Minelli - Silence / Shapes

Filippo Minelli - Silence / Shapes

About Filippo Minelli

“Filippo Minelli forces the occasional viewer of his artworks, and the people fond of his artworks too, to an intellectual gym, stimulating scratching contrasts in our minds. Following conceptual tendences, Minelli pursues a non-objectual dimension of Arts searching relations between the work of art and reality, with culture and social behaviours […]. In Minelli’s interventions is investigated the theme of Arts as writing with a resolute “interventist” urge which charges the artist’s action with social-disobedience, instigating the viewer against the superficial and the commercial and cultural deadness of contemporary society. Sometimes Minelli organizes his interventions in series which evolve during the years.

The second essential element of the artistic production of Filippo Minelli is photography as a narration of the installations. Reflecting Walter Benjamin’s precepts, the point of view of the artist uses photography as a way to tell a story. The work of art is presented tracing contrasts and inconsistences between the location choosen and the linguistic-conceptual contribution. Language and image coincide in the photograph, gragging along conscious and sub-conscious thoughts.”

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> More at filippominelli.com


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