Rampa One street art showcase

Apr 17, 2019
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This Friday, 19th of April, Plant Village is hosting RAMPA One street art expo. The first representation for these series will showcase the works of Robert Obert, Maria Bălan and John Dot S. Music for the showcase will be selected by Low Freq

The concept of this exhibition, as a first from a series of events, wish to re-contextualize the manifestation of urban art up to now  and bring this art form closer to the public throughout the help of alternative spaces.
 

RAMPA One is a group show with studio works adapted to the host space where each of the three artists has a personal and specific intervention, with diverse perspectives towards perceiving reality. The themes of each artist are connected to the relation of humans with the urban space and nature. 

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