Street Art // Thursday, September 03, 2015
It's so good to be back. This is our fifth (maybe sixth, who's counting?) year at Nuart, and not only is this the festival's 15th year, but they have an outstanding line-up creating art around Stavanger, Norway with the topic of play and intervention at its heart. We just got into town, and the artists are all hard at work, so before the talks, the drinks, and the unveiling of all the tunnel installations, here is a look at some of the works in progress.
Street Art // Monday, August 24, 2015
We are super excited to be in Stavanger, Norway next week for the kick-off of the 2015 Nuart Festival, one of the world's best continuing street art-centric fairs. The show officially opens on September 5, but street works will be popping up in the coming days, and DOLK has already started working on the streets with these really cool abstract expressionist-style works all around Stavanger. Fun times ahead, with updates!
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Our good friends at Nuart, whom we featured in our May 2012 Public Art issue, and who hold down a few great public art and music festivals in Stavanger, Norway each year, just opend a permanent gallery space, Reed Projects, and their inaugural show, The Rejects, in Stavanger this past weekend. They kicked off the new space with a group show that encapsulates a bunch of the artists who have created murals in and around Stavanger each year.
Juxtapoz // Monday, September 26, 2011
We are currently on route to Stavanger, Norway for the 2011 Nuart Festival, so we wanted to preview our excursion with the video Nuart created for their _____capitalism? project done this summer. Escif, M-City, EINE, DOLK and Hyuro all participated, and headed to the NHH Norwegian School of Economics to paint and discuss capitalism.
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 09, 2011
Norwegian artist Dolk, who just completed work for the Nuart produced ____Capitalism? project in Bergen, Norway, just opened a solo exhibition at OSL Contemporary in Oslo, Norway this week. The show features both works on canvas and street works coinciding with the show.