Widewalls Editorial

Deeply invested in modern and contemporary art, the Widewalls magazine aims at providing a unique experience for its readers in the form of in-depth and quality journalism.
Mauricio Valenzuela - Mapocho Niebla, 1980-83 Fragmented Dialogues – Mauricio Valenzuela and Mario Fonseca in London

Art Exhibitions, Photography |

Enigmatic and poetic, Fragmented Dialogues is an exhibition of photography from a repressive period in Chilean culture. The show, at Austin / Desmond Fine Art in collaboration with CF-LART London, presents the work of Mario Fonseca and Mauricio Valenzuela,...

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AM DeBrincat – Poppy Eyes (detail) Digital Echoes Meet the Mythological – AM DeBrincat’s Halogen Venus at 19 Karen

Art Exhibitions |

Brooklyn-based artist AM DeBrincat brings her lush paintings to 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace for her debut solo exhibition in Australia, Halogen Venus. DeBrincat’s distinctive technique seamlessly combines oil painting, digital photography and...

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Masaaki Hasegawa for Urvanity Madrid 2018 Masaaki Hasegawa – Connecting People Through Art Beyond Borders

In the 21st century, art is not [used] only for expressing yourself or decorating your house, but [it] can also contribute to global peace. Art plays an important social role as a catalyst for connecting people beyond borders such as nationality, language,...

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Kestin Cornwall Kestin Cornwall Talks Art, Inspiration and his “Carpe Diem” Piece

I am very excited to share the artwork of Toronto artist Kestin Cornwall with you. I had coffee with the artist, near his work live space in the diverse East End neighborhood of Toronto. We talked about his art and the thought process behind some of his work....

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Alive Zine cover The “Alive” Zine and the Documentation as Part of an Artwork

Graffiti & Street Art |

“Without photos, graffiti exist, but it is as if they didn’t exist…” – Picasso stated to Brassai once in November Wednesday, 1946[1]. If we will look back at the graffiti history, it seems like it was never really about the actual work itself....

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Pe Lang - moving objects | n˚703-1750 © Tonya Nelson Review: Pe Lang at the Museum of Digital Art (MuDA)

Art Exhibitions, Digital Art, Review |

The Museum of Digital Art (MuDA), located in the industrial district of Zurich, posits itself as “Europe’s first physical and virtual museum dedicated to digital arts.” More specifically, as explained by a member of staff, the Museum explores the...

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Banksy's Balloon Girl, via pixabay.com Barely Legal – Selling Street Art in Switzerland

Graffiti & Street Art |

“Barely legal” is both the name of the temporary exhibition held by Banksy in Los Angeles back in 2006 and the most appropriate description of the juridical situation which arises when the owner of the building on which a graffiti was painted...

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Art Wynwood 2018 Art “In Our Hands” – Highlights of Art Wynwood 2018

Art Fairs, Review |

From February 15th-19th, 2018, the seventh edition of Art Wynwood welcomed more than 25,500 guests to its new location, the former site of the Miami Herald that overlooks beautiful Biscayne Bay in Downtown Miami. Art collectors and enthusiasts could find...

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The Art Conference x Urvanity 2018 The Art Conference x Urvanity 2018 – Women in the Urban Art Industry Against All Odds

Art Fairs, Urvanity 2018 |

On the fourth day of the 2018 Urvanity Art Fair in Madrid, three splendid women found themselves under one roof at a very particular moment in art history – a moment of the #metoo movement in a still strongly male-dominated urban art scene, and...

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Delimbo Gallery Madrid There’s a New Player on the Madrid Street Art Scene

Graffiti & Street Art, Urvanity 2018 |

Spain is the birthplace of many of the world’s prominent street and urban artists. However, perhaps due to the economic crisis which until recently has gripped the country or a lack of acceptance of urban art or street art in a highly traditional...

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SHOW ME - Florian Pugnaire and David Raffini at L'étrangère, London SHOW ME – Florian Pugnaire and David Raffini at l’étrangère, London

Art Exhibitions, Review |

At l’étrangère in London, an intriguing new exhibition by the French artists Florian Pugnaire and David Raffini sees the gallery space enveloped by two film and sculptural installations featuring vehicles that self-destruct. The show is titled SHOW ME...

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Invader Bhutan Invader’s Invasion of Sacred Temples in Bhutan Causes an Uproar

Art News, Graffiti & Street Art |

It’s very likely that at least once in your lifetime you’ve run into a piece by Space Invader, as his 3620 pieces can be found in a total of 76 cities worldwide. The newest additions to this impressive number of locations are Paro and Thimphu in the...

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Exterior of the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami. Photo by Iwan Baan Time In Our Hands: ICA Miami’s The Everywhere Studio

Art Exhibitions, Review |

The Everywhere Studio at the Institute of Contemporary Art Miami (ICA Miami) is for everyone. It is engaging, educational and inspiring. Don’t miss this opportunity to see about 100 pivotal works by over fifty artists from the post-war period to the...

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The Inevitable Abstract – An Interview with Ukranian Street Artist Eas

Graffiti & Street Art |

In 1983, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Keith Haring, Ramm-Ell-Zee, Futura 2000 (Lenny Mcgurr) and many other emerging urban artists were united by the exhibition Post Graffiti as those who made “the transition from subway surfaces to canvas”. It was the first...

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Street artist Sonny Saving Animals Through Street Art – Courtesy of Sonny!

Graffiti & Street Art |

Since the birth of his To The Bone project in 2017, the South Africa-based street artist Sonny embarked on a world art tour, painting large-scale murals in as many cities as possible. His huge portraits of wild animals now stand out the facades of buildings...

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Essex Road IV In London, Tintype’s ESSEX ROAD IV Takes the Stage Once More

Art Exhibitions, Review |

As you walk up Essex Road this Christmas and New Year you will come upon ESSEX ROAD IV, a yearly programme of film screenings organised by Tintype gallery, which invites eight artists each year to make a short film inspired by the mile-long street in north...

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SCOPE Miami Beach Exterior 2017, Photo Credit | Lisa Morales A Look at Exhibitor Highlights of SCOPE Miami Beach 2017

Art Fairs |

Following a successful opening night, SCOPE Miami Beach has opened to the public and is receiving thousands of eager visitors seeking the latest in contemporary art. The 17th edition of SCOPE features 140 exhibitors from 25 countries and 60 cities. This...

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Frank Stella - Fortin de las Flores, 1966 Running Across the Canvas and Art History with Frank Stella

Art Exhibitions, Review |

When it comes to art exhibitions and events, Fort Lauderdale in Florida always seems to be behind and less “hip” than its neighbor to the South – Miami. After all, Miami is home to Art Basel/Miami Art Week, has PAMM and ICA, plus a handful of...

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