This issue of ‘Graffiti Art’ will follow you under the sun and will make you
see the world through rose-coloured glasses. From the flashy-coloured artworks made in LA by Rime to the origami-type installations of young
German artist Clemens Behr, we are taking you on a journey from the US West Coast to São Paulo with stopovers in New York and Barcelona. And
if you haven’t planned your summer yet, it’s still time to look up our special Mural Art dossier to concoct tailor-made thematic holidays.
The visual odyssey will continue with American Augustine Kofie who immerses the viewer in his intersidereal universe full of lines and curves
while young Frenchman Yaze unveils his latest canvases mixing paint and embroidery, before leaving for a residence in New York. And finally, because it’s been scientifically proven that reading
under the parasol is good for your brain, we advise you to open your eyes on some heroes from the past, present and future: Gérard
Zlotykamien and Tania Mouraud. And as if all this wasn’t enough, Graffiti Art’s formula is changing and becoming more
ambitious and punchy than ever before.
Graffiti Art (billingual French-English) is almost everywhere abroad, you
will be able to find your magazine in 13 countries in Europe, United States, Canada and Japan. Not to forget the specialized shops everywhere in Europe.
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Cette plaquette contient toutes les adresses du parcours de fresques Crimes of Minds. Vous pouvez également les trouver en version papier à l'Office de Tourisme ainsi que dans le hall d'accueil de la mairie de la Ville de Brest.