"Off the Wall", An Urban Art Extravaganza featuring Graffiti King from France and Singapore

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photo credits : "Graff Hermès" carré scarf by Kongo

Paris street art gallery WallWorks and Singapore art dealer Fortune Cookie Projects present a special exhibition featuring some of the best contemporary urban artists from France: Kongo, Geet, Alex, Colorz, Fenx, Gilbert, Lazoo, Sonic, Tilt; and from Singapore: Antz, AshD, Glogtwo!, The Killer Gerbil, Mimer, Myow, Scope, Slacsatu, Trase, Zero, Jaba One.

Like a music jam session, artists will create works together. In addition to the static exhibition curated by Singaporean artist Mr Shah Rizzal and from the French artists’ side, Mr Claude Kunetz & Ms Claire Thibaud-Piton (an art consultant who is also co-producing this exhibition), the artists will perform live painting during the invitation-only opening reception to be held from 6:30pm on Saturday, 19 November. Works will be exhibited until 26th November.

Additionally, the group will also create murals at the following occasions:

- At the French School of Singapore as part of the ‘one child, one artist’ competition: seven children will help to create a mural together with some of the French and Singaporean artists. This will be at the Open Day at the French School on Thursday, 17 November from 3pm to 7pm.

- At the Shangri-La Rasa Sentosa Resort, the artists will be joined by students with mild intellectual disabilities from Delta Senior School coming together to create a wall mural, at the resort’s children’s club. This will take place on Sunday, 20 November from 10:30am to 1pm.

- The companies MAQUET & IDS have commissioned the artists for a painting, which will be donated to a hospital in Singapore for children with illnesses.

Venue: Fortune Cookie Projects, Art Space @ Helutrans

Date: 19 - 26 November 2011, from 12 noon to 7pm

More info on http://fr-fr.facebook.com/pages/Off-the-Wall-Singapore-graffiti-jam/115024138609020

This event is part of Voilah! French Festival 2011 which is taking place from 25 October to 15 December 2011. Please visit www.voilah.org.sg for more details.

Dernière modification : 16/11/2011

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