If you love dogs as much as you love graffiti, If you love dogs as much as you love graffiti, then this week it is perfect to check out Montana Colors Instagram. Each day one of our daily updates is made in homage to mans best friend in a context of our favorite activity. And, sometimes there is no better moment to take your dog out for a walk than combined with the urge for painting.
What does Rio de Janeiro and Lisbon have in common? Well, one thing is the language, but also the presence of the writer QPasa?. The Brazilian has taken advantage of his visit to the Portuguese capital to document his misdeeds for Spraydaily.
Montana Colors has given a touch of color to the annual extreme sports meeting in Barcelona for yet another consecutive year. Yuka (Mexico) and Belin took care of the exhibition on the MTN Puzzl6 while Härpo held it down for the artistic intervention and Kamil Escruela directed a workshop. Edgar Lledó once again delivers a video that sums up the experience of another Imagin Extreme Festival.
Everyone is already aware that trains are a usual surface for a certain type of art…but not in the way that Scott Marsh had planned for in his latest exhibition in Sydney.
For his fourth solo show in the Australian city, the artist planned something ingenious that led the viewer to reflect on art, its location and dissemination, as well as on the origins of graffiti and its surfaces and illegality.
July 7th. Exhibition runs July 8thJuly 14th. Exhibition runs July 15th to September 2nd 2016
Montana Gallery Barcelona invites the Mexican artist, Smithe (México, 1987), for the first time to Barcelona to present his work in our exhibition space.
“Since the beginning of time, demons have been the incarnate image for impious strength of the natural and supernatural; everything that leads us to err, to stray away from the path, and give ourselves in to our most primitive and heartless inner self.
Today I ask myself, what if it is us that’s reflected in the mirror? And what if the soul and its recondite confines contain all the impurity that we ascribe to imaginary beings which are alien to us? (more…)
Thanks to Instagram we slide on over to Ireland and bump into the intriguing style by Dan Leo. A graphic artist and illustrator, his mural interventions contain a very personal and colorful style where bold, clean line work plays a crucial role. His work reminds us of the majesticness of nature, manifested through the beauty in animals and the use of clever chromatic tricks.