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On View: NuArt Street Art Exhibition at Tou Scene

IMG_1581 Following the NuArt Festival last week in Stavanger, Norway (see the murals here and here), participating artists including David Choe, C215, Hush, Ernest Zacharevic, DALeast, Faith47, Martha Cooper, Aiko and more were featured in a group show. Continuing the site-specific way of working of the outdoor portion of the festival, the artists were invited to create installations and paint on the walls of the dark, cavernous venue, Tou Scene, a century-old building that once housed a brewery. The exhibition will be on view through October 20. Take a look at some photos by Henrik Haven of the installations after the jump.

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Following the NuArt Festival last week in Stavanger, Norway (see the murals here and here), participating artists including David Choe, C215, Hush, Ernest Zacharevic, DALeast, Faith47, Martha Cooper, Aiko and more were featured in a group show. Continuing the site-specific way of working of the outdoor portion of the festival, the artists were invited to create installations and paint on the walls of the dark, cavernous venue, Tou Scene, a century-old building that once housed a brewery. The exhibition will be on view through October 20. Take a look at some photos by Henrik Haven of the installations below.

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David Choe

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Ernest Zacharevic

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Martin Whatson

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Hush

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