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Your email address will not be published. You are on the few who made the big step from walls and street art to galleries. My work deals with painting, collage, product design, urban painting, sculpture and installations. Compila il form e scarica il mix di Colectivo Futuro! Fill out the form and download the file.
We met Giorgio a while ago in Chinatown, Milan, where he was about to finish one of his latest works at Fabbrica del Vapore. Everything is getting faster, life is getting longer, communication is always evolving. Look at the bomb Giorgio designed for us! This is the very last goal of every author, when the products becomes language.
Ensi and E-Green will also play some tunes. I try hard not to make everyday bartkcci same, keeping the anxious feeling of renovating. An artwork made of futuristic characters who look behind everything.
I have always been fascinated by wood, and how this has been used in the urban landscapes.
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I am a graffiti artist, I live and work in Milano, where I deal with urban art and design. Here I am able to document and work on installations also. At the event you will see some hung branches who will keep growing and moving in the future.
How do you think these worlds have to communicate with each other? I have collaborated with Grizz Mattia Paco Rizzi and Luigi Grecoarchitects and wooden masters, for some future installations in urban public spaces.
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But the relation between galleries, festivals and street art can be a huge source of value for the contemporary urban artist. My studio is a subterranean space in the Navigli area, some of my works can only be done in that studio. In the past years I have designed several wooden walls with three dimensional effects and painting. Who are you and what do you do?
Implementing natural elements in urban spaces is something I really do care right now, and it is linked to abstract art as a tool of investigation.
A medium with strong expressivity can generate emotions and open a personal or collective dialogue. Speaking of habits and routines, what are yours? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Spring vibes, here we go!
I find myself right now a bit softer, but I am not really sure. By doing so I can see my works evolving in different ways, moments and places. Giorgio Bartocci, as much street art as possible. I love to replicate my patterns on walls and giorguo, as well as canvas or fabrics.