[Art Stuff] Artaq Bookzine
That’s 192 pages jammed full of work by 108 artists across the globe, from Afghanistan, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Congo, Ecuador, Spain, France, Great Britain, Holland, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Russia,Portugal, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the USA…just to name a few. Artists include Faucheur, Titi from Paris, Mimi the clown, FKDL, vErbo, Jef Aerosol, CharlElie and Popay. As the book was created as a follow-up to the Artaq Festival, it also includes
photographs of the festival’s in-situ performances by Didier Laget, Jean-Patrice Campion and Naser Hadjerci.
So you may be wondering…what’s the difference between Street Art and Urban Art? Luckily the book comes with an informative text by Joseph Olesczinski and Jean Pierre Plundr about the evolution between the two.
This is a not-to-be-missed addition to the library of any street-stylin’ urban art soul. Get your hands on it today!