Vhils, Felipe Pantone, Futura & More Renowned Artists Present New Works in Singapore

A group exhibit titled “Art from the Streets.”

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World-renowned artists are partaking in a new group exhibit titled “Art from the Streets” at Singapore’s ArtScience Museum.

Curated by street art expert Magda Danysz, the showcase features never-before-seen artworks by Banksy, Crash, D*Face, Vhils, Fab 5 Freddy, Shepard Fairey, Seen, JR, Futura, Invader, Felipe Pantone, Eko Nugroho, Ludo, M-City, and Zevs to name a few. A total of 200 works are on display spanning on-site projects, paintings, installations, videos, archives, and sketches. Collectively, the exhibit aims to explore the global phenomenon of graffiti ever since it took New York City by storm in the 1970s.

From “The Pioneers and the Masters” to “Getting Up,” the exhibit is divided into six unique sections with each one detailing a significant aspect of street art. “Art from the Streets” is currently open to the public up until June 2018.

Visit ArtScience Museum’s official website to learn more.

ArtScience Museum
6 Bayfront Ave
Singapore 018974

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