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Behind the Scenes: “Inside Out, Outside In” @ Museu de Arte de São Paulo

Last month, we brought you some great photos of the opening of the “Inside Out, Outside In” group show at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP). Now, we have some behind the scenes pics of Zezão, Stephan Doitschinoff, Ramon Martins, Carlos Dias, Daniel Melim, and Titi Freak getting their freak on (no pun intended) as they set up for the groundbreaking show at one of the most respected museums in Latin America. If you like the pics after the jump, you might want […]

Openings: “Inside Out, Outside In” @ Museu de Arte de São Paulo

Last week, the fantastic “Inside Out, Outside In” group show at the Museu de Arte de São Paulo (MASP) opened its doors showcasing work from six Brazilian street artists Titi Freak, Zezão, Stephan Doitschinoff, Ramon Martins, Carlos Dias and Daniel Melim. Luckily, our correspondent Layla K was on hand to document the exhibition curated by Choque Cultural featuring paintings, murals, and large-scale installations. More pics after the jump…

Video: São Paulo Street Art and Pixacao Graffiti

Here at AM, we simply can’t get enough of Brazilian street and urban art. The unique style, flair, vibrancy and most importantly its underlying grittiness create the perfect mind and retina stimulating combination. Last month’s São Paulo show at Scion Installation LA (covered) only reinforced this. Like us, we’re sure our readers have also been yearning for more. We bring you two videos to temporarily satisfy your cravings. The first video is a peek inside the Brazilian urban art scene, exploring how Choque Cultural got […]

Openings: SÃo Paulo @ Scion Installation LA

AM was on hand at the opening of SÃo Paulo at Scion Installation LA this past Saturday. The show was curated by Choque Cultural in association with Jonathan LeVine and features work from some of Brazil’s best: Calma, Carlos Dias, MZK, Ramon Martins, Silvana Mello, Speto, Titi Freak and Zezão. Normally a white-walled gallery space, Scion Installation LA was completely transformed by the artists, each adding their own unique touch of SÃo Paulo’s color, vibrancy, grittiness, and energy with work that had influences of street […]