Inside Out: Book Launch 11 December 2012Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: ADW, arts, C215, Conor Harrington, D*Face, DMC, Dublin, Inside Out, Lauren Teeling, Mark Jenkins, Maser, Phlegm, Rua Meegan, Shepard Fairey
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Visual Feast Productions presents ‘InsideOut’ the new title by Rua Meegan and Lauren Teeling. InsideOut follows on from 2010′s ‘A Visual Feast – Irish Street Art‘ and features a photographic collection of street art from around Ireland between 2010 and 2012. It features work and comments by Irish artists such as Conor Harrington, Maser, DMC and ADW as well as International artists D*Face, Shepard Fairey, Phlegm, Mark Jenkins and C215 to name a few. This book is a celebration of these artist’s pieces framed within the Irish landscape.
The ‘InsideOut’ book launch will take place in The Bernard Shaw, Dublin 2 this Thursday 13th from 7PM. There’ll be lots of live painting, with the lads from ThisGreedyPig DJing, mulled wine and drinks promotions.
For more visit visualfeast.ie
A Visual Feast – Book Launch 10 November 2010Posted by Irish Street Art in Street Art Events.
Tags: A Visual Feast, Dublin, fink, Lauren Teeling, Littleman, Rua Meegan, Solus, Will Saint Leger, Xpir
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A Visual Feast; Irish Street Art is a photographic collection of Ireland’s stencils, paste-ups, installations, murals and portraits and features artist profiles …and comments throughout.
Jonathan Lynn of ANewSpace said “Its easy to make a book about international street art. TRESPASS: A History Of Uncommissioned Public Art by Wooster Collective is a great book but the scene in the US seems desperate to be gentrified and accepted. I feel that book is aimed at pushing street art away from its core of people just doing or making something and into the world of curators. It will allow the work of Jeffrey Deitch previously of Deitch Projects in New York and currently the director of the LA Museum of Contempory Art to promote large scale street art shows.
But is that what the world needs. Already guys with spray cans can be found at every music festival and church fair (soon). As soon as a book or gallery show happens street art seems to haved moved and changed.
Ideally I hope the A Visual Feast book will have more in common with Stencil Graffiti by Tristan Manco. One of the first books on stencils that seemed to sow the seeds for so many artists. (I always thank Jenny Fox for giving it to me.) Only time will tell.”