The latest piece from the UK’s infamously unknown street artist, Banksy (banksy.co.uk), is a direct critique of the French police’s alleged use of teargas in the immigration camp of Calais, France. The work, which showed up sometime on Saturday January 23, 2016, was covered by two ply-boards today, Monday January 25, 2016, less than 48 hours after it appeared.
POW! – It’s the impact that art has on a person.
WOW! – It’s reaction that art has on a viewer.
Big news yesterday for British contemporary urban artist Slinkachu who announced his participation in the internationally acclaimed urban street art festival POW!WOW! Hawaii 2016 taking place from February 6-13 in Kaka’ako district of Honolulu, Hawaii.
In his latest solo exhibition at 29 Palms Art Gallery (2 December – 10 January), British contemporary artist Alexander de Cadenet seeks out the sanctity of space, exploring the secluded desert landscapes of the Oasis of Mara, next to Joshua Tree National Park in California, USA.