Last updated on June 28th, 2020 at 01:51 am
The Un-hidden Bucharest street art tour video can be seen exclusively on Street Art 360
Un-hidden Bucharest is a cultural project produced by Save or Cancel x feeder.ro, designed as a series of 3 new art interventions and a guided art journey into public space.
The pilot edition takes place in 2017 and produces an online and a printed edition map that contains 24 places where the dwellers together as well as tourists can find independent street art works in the public space of Bucharest.
Watch the video published by Street Art 360: Un-hidden Bucharest street art project
The project produces 3 urban installations / signals at
Mary Stroe aka Skinny Bunny at Sala Omnia (Centrului Național al Dansului),
Pisica Pătrată, Primitiv Print & Sorina Vazelina at Lente (Dionisie Lupu)
VJ VLC at Cinema Marconi
One of the results of the project consists in an alternative street art tour of recent artistic interventions throughout the public space in Bucharest.
And one video featuring artworks from Pisica Patrata, Irlo, KITRA, Saddo, Obie Platon, John Dot S, Hedof, OKUDART, Ioana, Irina Mocanu, Serebe, Alina Marinescu, Livia Fălcaru, Reg, Anca Norilor, Fio, Andra Semciuc, Wanda Hutira, Max Dima, Erps, AEUL, Lost Optics, Maria Bălan, Robert Obert, Faunagraphic x Urban Collectors, Vhils, Sweet Damage Crew, Cristi Pass, SUNSHINERS, ECLOZ and many other interesting and active artists.
Un-hidden Bucharest is a cultural project produced by Save or Cancel via feeder.ro, co-financed by AFCN.
Project partners: Cinema Marconi, Câtpece, Centrul Naţional al Dansului Bucureşti, Lente, Mellow Drinks
Media partners: Zeppelin, IQads, Smark, Art7, Dizainăr, Iqool, anyplace.ro
Photos and video: Alex Iacob, Răzvan Buzoianu, Lost, Cristian Pass, Irlo
Text: Cristina Popa (random) și Andrei Racovițan (ubic)
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Since 2008, Save or Cancel is a medium of communication and propagation of the arts and culture, promoting and facilitating their role in contemporary society.
The self-initiated multidisciplinary programs of Save or Cancel aim to identify sustainable and adaptable opportunities for (re) valorisation of the existence through architectural, cultural and editorial projects.