In this Episode of Here Comes The Neighborhood, a cast of young up-and-coming international artists are in the spotlight for their contributions to the Wynwood Walls and the district at large. Curatorial Advisor Medvin Sobio of the Visual Arts Collective Viejas Del Mercado, 33third Los Angeles and Mid City Arts expresses the importance of a cultural exchange and building a platform for communication and reconciliation through Public Art. Art's Manager Meghan Coleman explains the narratives behind the work from some of this year's Artists, while Photographer Martha Cooper shares her unique perspective, having seen the graffiti and street art movement expand in the 1970's from the New York City train yards to its state today as one of the largest art movements in the world.
Founder Tony Goldman expresses his privilege to welcome this year's artists whom are traveling to the United States for the first time, including Alejandre Farto aka Vhils from Portugal, Neuzz, Sego and Saner from Mexico, Interesni Kazki from The Ukraine, b. from Greece and Liqen from Spain.
For more information on the artists featured in this episode visit their sites listed below.
Interesni Kazki (interesnikazki.blogspot.com/)
b. ( thisismybworld.com/)
Vhils ( alexandrefarto.com/ )
Neuzz ( neuzz.blogspot.com/)
Saner ( saner-dsr.blogspot.com/)
This episode features music from Kenny Beats (kennybeats.com/) and Tommy Mas
For more info regarding the Wynwood Walls visit (thewynwoodwalls.com)
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Paint Provided By 33third Los Angeles, Mid City Arts and Montana Cans
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