Thursday, December 1, 2011

Arab Street Art Exhibition - an invitation

An invitation to an exhibition of Arab street art of the revolution at Casa Árabe in Madrid, Spain. Some of the photos of Libyan Street Art that I have taken will be featured. 

Revolution paintings. Graffiti and Arab public spaces
Casa Árabe inaugurates this exhibition which gathers more than a hundred images taken on the streets of different cities of Arab countries which during the last year were immersed in revolutionary processes.
This exhibition gathers the popular creative protest expression through the use of public spaces, both in individual and collective initiatives.

The opening will be held on Friday 2nd December at 20.00. 
Place: Casa Árabe’s exhibition rooms in Madrid (c/ Alcalá, 62).
Time: From Monday to Saturday, from 11.00 to 15:00 and from 16:00 to 19.30, Sundays and holidays from 11.00 and 15.00. Closed on December 24th, 25th and 31st.

Libyan Graffiti and the Point of No Return

Friday, November 11, 2011

An artist and his art (2 images)

Libyan Street Art Collection | Open Oil

A Libyan street art photo album collected by Zara Rahman. 
Link: Open Oil

French site reports on Libyan street artist Kais Al-Hilali reports about the street artist Kais Ahmed Al-Hilali who died during the Libyan revolution. Report with photos and a video of Al-Hilali's art and an interview with the late artist's mother. 

Danish website posts Libyan street art | Graffiti i Benghazi

A photoblog article on the Danish website Graffiti i Benghazi

Libya Uprising Archive | Art In Free Libya

Lot's of links to Libyan street art on this site: Art In Free Libya