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Urvanity LAB now also in the new Corte Inglés in Arapiles

June 22, 2021

Urvanity LAB has a new home: our latest creative laboratory has moved to the El Corte Inglés in Arapiles, in the Chamberí district of Madrid.   Under the guidelines of the decorator and interior designer Lázaro Rosa Violán, the new outlet centre for leading brands in Arapiles has become an urban and ground-breaking space with… Read more » Continue reading

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Urvanity Acquisition and Residency Awards 2021

April 27, 2021

Urvanity, now in its fifth edition, from May 27th to 30th at the COAM in Madrid, has consolidated its position as the meeting place for New Contemporary Art. This year, for the first time, the fair presents the Urvanity 2021 Acquisition and Residency Awards for the artists participating in this edition, together with some of… Read more » Continue reading

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Call to artists! Marconi’s international urban art contest kicks off

April 9, 2021

Attention artists! The Madrid City Council and Foro de Empresas por Madrid are launching today the urban art contest in Colonia Marconi, in Villaverde (Madrid) for national and international artists. Here we tell you everything about it!   What is the contest about? The Madrid City Council, through the Área de Gobierno de Economía, Innovación y Empleo and… Read more » Continue reading

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The best 2020 Street Art

Jan. 4, 2021

The Urvanity team has reviewed some of the 2020 favorite murals. Some of them have been chosen for the message, others for the technique, others for pure aesthetics, color and beauty and others for the promise of what these artists will soon have to say. Nelio, Broken Fingaz, Daniel Muñoz, Gleo, Eltono… are some of the… Read more » Continue reading

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Put some Art into you library

Dec. 28, 2020

Kaws, Aryz, Banksy, Waone Interesni Kazki… We go through some of the greatest book launches of these last months and we will give you a preview of the last publishing news to be released in 2021. Take note to update your book collection and make sure you write them down in this year gift list!… Read more » Continue reading

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Infinite Hyuro

Nov. 24, 2020

One of the brightest lights shining in the world of street art faded away last Thursday, November 19. Tamara Djurovic, known as Hyuro (1974 – 2020), died in Valencia last week after a year fighting against an illness that, although at times seemed to give her a break, ended up taking her away without even… Read more » Continue reading

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Art to conquer the space

Sept. 17, 2020

And no, we don’t mean outer space. No constellations, no planets. We are talking about the public, the private, the space in general: about art in the city. Museums, soccer stadiums, restaurants, zebra crossings or tunnels for pedestrians. The city bows down to the artists in order to value their work in the public (and… Read more » Continue reading

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Team Sport in times of quarantine

Aug. 6, 2020

We’ve already talked about the project Change Is A Team Sport. But this time we would like to present you a part we’ve not covered yet. Change is a Team Sport is a project based entirely on the principal of teamwork, of meeting and working together with other people, of exchange, of interpersonal interaction. But… Read more » Continue reading

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The challenge of Urban Art festivals

July 27, 2020

Asalto Festival in Zaragoza, Rexenera in Galicia and Parees in Oviedo are the three flagship festivals of muralism and art in the public space in Spain. Artists such as Aryz, Case Maclaim, Lidia Cao or Bosolleti have left their trace at Rexenera, representing the urban scene from Galician to international artists and putting Carballo (A… Read more » Continue reading

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This summer’s most refreshing shows

July 20, 2020

From Paris to Barcelona and from Hamburg to Tokyo we go on a summer tour through some of the most refreshing exhibitions by following some of our favorite artists: Zest, Miss Van, Ana Barriga, Invader or Javier Calleja. Lets face the heat immersing ourselves into some art!   Joan Cornellà At Galerie Arts Factory (Paris)… Read more » Continue reading

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Change is a Team Sport: Mur0ne and Marina Capdevilla (Part II)

July 6, 2020

A project curated by Urvanity Projects and B-Murals for adidas Originals. Artistic freedom, creativity, collective work, pieces made for exhibitions, artistic interventions… A collective project of Urban Art, but above all, great teamwork. Thanks to the team involved in the project and everybody who participated, Change is a Team Sport comes to an end with the… Read more » Continue reading

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Change is a Team Sport: an Urban Art collective project (Part I)

June 25, 2020

A project commissioned by Urvanity and B.Murals. During the months of March, April and May, when the world seemed to be on pause, something was still cooking in Barcelona. In fact, it started some weeks before the lockdown and during this period, it stayed alive. We are talking about “Change is a Team Sport”, a… Read more » Continue reading

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Galleries are back!

June 22, 2020

Quarantine has had us all glued into our phones and screens. At least during these months, our way of seeing and buying art has changed, and galleries have taken advantage of this period of confinement to renew and tune up. Now, while seating in our couch we can virtually visit and get immerse into the… Read more » Continue reading

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Green artists fighting for a change

June 8, 2020

Last Friday June 5th we celebrated World Environment Day. This has been the date chosen by the United Nations to -year after year-  promote awareness and action for the protection and caring of our planet through pushing politicians and organizations to focus their fight on this common goal that also takes part through individual actions… Read more » Continue reading

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The best quarantine Street Art

May 28, 2020

In the past few years, we got used to seeing every week a bunch of freshly new painted walls by artists on the social media. Bali, New Dehli, Buenos Aires or LA… the most remote cities are the perfect frame for these large scale artworks. But these last months have been different. A lot of… Read more » Continue reading

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Virtual projects we can’t wait to see come to life

May 21, 2020

In the recent months it seems that the world has stopped. It has pressed the pause key and has left us halfway. Halfway of our professional projects, halfway of our planned trips, halfway of those wines with friends. Halfway of what was to come. But creativity doesn’t stop and the desire of the artists to… Read more » Continue reading

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Artistic initiatives and proposals in times of quarantine

March 27, 2020

It’s when facing big crises, when society tends to show its most creative side. That capacity to renovate and adapt to new ways of using everyday tools and media. That’s precisely what happened during these days, where most of us are in quarantine: artists, galleries and other artistic and cultural agents who have seen their… Read more » Continue reading

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The Best Of: Los mejores muros del 2019

Dec. 27, 2019

2019 ha estado lleno de arte y muros y os lo hemos ido enseñando en nuestras redes día a día. Aquí os dejamos con una selección de nuestros favoritos del año.                                     Continue reading

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Urvanity Picks: Art Basel Miami 2019

Dec. 12, 2019

La semana pasada estuvimos en Miami visitando algunas de las mejores ferias de arte contemporáneo a nivel internacional. Art Basel Miami, Untitled Art Fair, Scope Art, New Art Dealers Alliances – NADA Miami, Pulse, Design Miami o Art Miami y Context Art fueron algunas de las que recorrimos además de numerosos aperturas especiales de museos y… Read more » Continue reading

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Wynwood Walls en Miami cumple 10 años

Nov. 28, 2019

En pleno corazón de Miami, en el barrio de Wynwood conocido mundialmente por sus paredes plagadas de graffitis y piezas de Street art, se encuentra Wynwood Walls: el primer museo al aire libre de arte urbano. Inaugurado en 2009 por Tony Goldman, uno de los mayores inversores en bienes raíces de Estados Unidos, es hoy un… Read more » Continue reading

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Alma de acero: Diseño tubular en Antonio Colombo Galería

Nov. 21, 2019

Llega a la galería milanesa Antonio Colombo la exposición ‘Almas de acero’  comisariada por Francesca Luzzana y Federico Stanzani desarrollada en torno a 15 bicicletas icónicas que gracias a sus soluciones tecnológicas a lo largo de la historia han marcado la evolución de ciclismo moderno y contemporáneo del 1919 a 2019. Numerosos objetos, documentos y videos… Read more » Continue reading

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Expos para cerrar el año

Oct. 30, 2019

Okuda & Remed juntos en París La galería parisina Adda & Sarto acaba de inaugurar una exposición en colaboración entre dos artistas y además amigos: Okuda San Miguel y Remed. Se conocieron en los 2000, uno de Santander y el otro francés de Lille, pero fue Madrid la ciudad que les adoptó y donde cada… Read more » Continue reading

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