The month of love and consequently, erotica, is behind us and the time has come for a monthly recap of the most popular videos shared on Widewalls TV. Two short videos leading the list confirm the red-colored topic of the second month, as Bom.K creates a special figurine for Aerotic Malpa Collection in the first clip, and LezaOne gives an ode to his Urban Muses in the second one, both oozing a strong fascination with female body. The next video on our list belongs to the contemporary Spanish artist, Lita Cabellut and her latest series of contemplative portraits, overtly influenced by early Renaissance painting. Last month’s winner – Finok’s teaser for a show at UnderDogs is on the position #4, while an interview with Larry Fink follows. Another interview, or rather, talk comes next, bringing us a very vintage outlook on the idea of video and contemporary art – the conversation between Les Levine and Steven Poser. Next video shoots us back to the present with a splach of aerosol. It’s a short, musically seasoned, clip dedicated to Sofles’ two-day West Coast endeavors, done by Australian director, Selina Miles. Number eight portrays nightly adventures of Aïda Gómez, street artist, who just had a show at Open Walls Gallery reminding that the Joy is Here. Next comes an oldie, but goodie – Widewalls talk with Marco Schwalbe, founder and director of Munich based Stroke Art Fair. And the final place goes to another last year’s highlight – a talk with Tilt about the Nuart 2014 installation.
For all the video clip lovers we advise to check out why were the February videos so popular, spanning from love and attraction, right to the sheer love for the street art!
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Bom.K for AÉROTIK MALPA COLLECTION
LezaOne - Urban Muses at Evartspace Gallery Geneva
Lita Cabellut - CONTINUARÀ DE LA 2 DE TVE
Larry Fink Interview
Conversations: Les Levine and Steven Poser
Sofles - West Coast
Wheatpasting word search games by Aïda Gómez
Marco Schwalbe with Widewalls @ Stroke Art Fair