Located in his home town of Brussels, Belgian artist Jonathan Pauwels (aka Jaune) creates a series of small-scale street interventions featuring the antics of mini sanitation workers that ingeniously incorporate their immediate surroundings. See more images below.
Caledonia Curry aka Swoon is having her first retrospective (1999 – 2017) this September at the Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati. The show will cover Swoon’s progression from early street works to her large sculptures and installations and will be presented as a direct response to the museum’s Zaha Hadid architecture. You can check out works from each year since 1999 here, and there’s a bunch more images below.
In an effort to connect with the Panjim community in Goa and help combat the negative stigma of street art, Spanish muralist Escif decided to get a job there, offering to work for free and paint “whatever you want.” Check out more images below, along with Escif’s descriptions of each piece!