Nomadaz: Street Art from Spain and Italy at Scion
Pablo Aravena curated the new show at Scion Space in Culver City. Nomadaz brings together eight street artists from Italy and Spain, including Microbo, Eltono, Sixe,, Bo130 and more.
Above, three pieces by Dem from Italy: cat sculpture Il Cavaliere and paintings on cardboard Libero and Sara Kali.
Close up of Dem's Il Cavaliere.
Above and below: Work by 108. The giant black holes and pyramids probably lose a bit shown inside of a gallery. However, if you saw these on the side of an office building in a downtown area, they'd be impressive as hell.
108 also had several smaller framed pieces.
All photos by Mark Mauer. More after the jump.
Above and below: Work by Microbo from Italy.
Above: Microbo, Life Inside There
Above and below: Work from BO130, Italy.
Above, a collaborative piece by Eltono and Nuria (Spain).
Above, work by Sixe (Spain)
Above, Nuria, equilibrio inestable.
Above: You As Pirates by Nano4814
Above: Nano4814's lightbox and installation with fence, sculpture, a puppethead and more.
Bar Tom Cruise by Eltono and Nuria
Black and white drawing by Dem
Good natured Culver City officers meet the artists.
All photos by Mark Mauer
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