Street art / urban art
Skur 2, Stavanger, Norway
Banksy (UK), Bäst (US), Ed Templeton (US), José Parla (US), Dan Witz (US), Blu (IT), Escif (ESP), Blek Le Rat (FR), Logan Hicks (US), Dolk (NO), Swoon (US), Barry McGee (US), David Choe (US), Shepard Fairey (US), Charles Krafft (US), Jeremy Geddes (AUS), Borf (US), JR (FR), Herakut (DE), Skewville (US), Eine (UK), Chris Stain (US), Mark Gonzales (US), Kaws (US), Mark Jenkins (US), Invader (FR), Os Gemeos (BR), Stephen Powers (US), Martha Cooper (US), Date Farmers (US), Retna (US), Dotmasters (UK), M-City (PL), Vhils (PO), Tinho (BR), Nick Walker (UK) etc.
Bringing it all inside this time, Reed projects presents an exhibition of street artists' work on canvases. Closely connected to the Nuart festival, this is something that brings joy during the rather dull summertime in Stavanger. And at the same time it is a teaser of this year's Nuart. It is great to see so many established artists in one venue. What gets most attention is the large wall of Banksy pieces, the largest collection in Norway. But I am also thrilled by the two walls of works by Dolk, some so fresh the paint is almost still wet. This is an exhibition where many of the works are for sale. And the movie about the Nuart festival, "Eloquent Vandals" is presented on a screen.
Enjoy some of the highlights. This is not all, to see it you have to go by yourselves.
The Banksy wall
The JR wall
Fresh canvases from Dolk