Interview with MTO, France/planet Earth, May 2022 French artist MTO is famous for his sharp, black and white realistic style of intense presence – where the reduced use of colors gives you opportunity to focus on expression and psychology of the characters represented in his works, which are delivered with almost chirurgical preciseness of execution.Continue reading “GREAT POWER SHOULD COME WITH GREAT RESPONSIBILITIES”
Conversation between TKV and Aleksandar Zograf, March 2022. In this episode of Street Art Residencies podcast, our friend Aleksandar Zograf interviewed TKV, one of the most persistent, active and internationally recognized stencil street artist from Belgrade. Two artists from different generations and different fields, that is – comics/graphic storytelling and street art, but with sameContinue reading “ARTISTS HAVE TO TALK TO EACH OTHER”
Conversation with Jana Danilovic, Serbia TRANSCRIPT : Vladimir Palibrk: Hello everyone. Welcome to the, believe it or not, the first episode of Street Art Residencies Podcast. Our small project has been active since some five, six years, and it’s just now that we’re are starting actually a series of interviews and talks with different artistsContinue reading “THE SCENE IS GROWING IN THE WAYS AND PLACES ONE CANNOT ANTICIPATE”
Interview with Polar Bear, France Since 2018, we had the opportunity to collaborate with Polar Bear, stencil paste up artist from Paris. More dedicated to highly elaborated, multilayered and nuanced artworks in mid-sized format, his visual style was very thankful and communicative as a basis for cross-over with other disciplines, such as traditional crafts andContinue reading “I REALLY TRY TO ANSWER TO THE CALL OF GALLERIES, BUT THE STREET IS WHAT DRIVES ME”
A conversation with SKIRL, December 2021 SKIRL has visited us in September 2019 as participant in our artist in residence program and Rekonstrukcija street art festival. During his short stay he was literally painting minimum one wall per day – while doing our best to follow up on this rhythm, everyone in our team gotContinue reading ““I DON’T GO TO THE HALL OF FAME ANYMORE””
October 2021 In the late October 2021, we hosted another street art jam, this time at the primary school Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj in beautiful town of Zrenjanin, north Serbia. The workshop was led by Jovan Shpira Obradovic and Aleksandar Buncic , and resulted in total of 14 new murals at the walls of the schoolContinue reading “STREET ART JAM WORKSHOP IN ZRENJANIN, SERBIA”
Interview with Michaela Konrad, Austria Michaela Konrad is coming from the illustration background, and we met through some contacts in our comics art network long ago, at the comics jam of Ligatura festival in Poznan, Poland. However, the way she treats the topics in her work and comics as a medium itself, is trespassing theContinue reading “INTERSECTION OF COMICS AND PUBLIC ART”
interview with NDZW, questions by Vladimir Palibrk, August 2021 NDZW, the artist with almost unpronounceable and quite cryptic name is very active lately at the walls and galleries in Vienna and Austria in general, influencing and being the part of local street art milieu. His iconic visual style, resembling something halfway between newspaper superhero comicsContinue reading “THINGS ARE DEFINITELY GOING TO KEEP CHANGING”
Now, this one is a real gem. Believe it or not, we had the opportunity to organize and curate first ever street art exhibition in such contemporary art institution as Museum of Contemporary art of Vojvodina, in Novi Sad, Serbia. Exhibition entitled Saputnici/Co-Travellers/Co-Voyageurs was a result of a short-term residency program organized in Novi SadContinue reading “CO-TRAVELLERS EXHIBITION”
Our friend from USA Jeff Ross, printmaker and collage artist, after silkscreen printing tons of t-shirts and posters for Nirvana and other Sub Pop bands in 1990’s, made his first wall paintings when he arrived to Serbia. During Street Art Residencies program in summer 2019 we documented his action on a wall in Pancevo. FilmedContinue reading “Jeff Ross action timelapse”
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