At long last, street art is finally getting the recognition it deserves. On April 22nd, up-and-coming stars as well veteran art makers will convene in Paris at the Le Carreau du Temple for the first ever international Urban Art Fair, a three day expo dedicated to promoting the works of street art’s major players. The weekend will be jam-packed with institutional presentations, lectures, and group exhibitions from an assemblage of prominent galleries throughout western Europe. The show will feature works from heavy hitters like Banksy, Nick Walker, and The London Police.
The fair is set to host an all-star lineup of speakers involved in all different areas of the art industry. The program includes legendary graffiti artist Torrick Ablack, better known as Toxic, Italian art lawyer Andrea Pizzi, and Swedish art critic and author Jacob Kimvall, just to name a few.
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