maanantai 14. kesäkuuta 2010

Free magazines! No Past Today & Kuti 16

No Past Today is a brand new magazine in English and Finnish tackling the questions and issues that workers in the art and culture field are confronted with in their local and translocal environments. The magazine offers insider and outsider views on current dynamics that affect the culture system as a whole, and daily life in its details. No Past Today is a true science fiction. Supported by HIAP and Goethe-Institut Finnland.

KUTI16 / Summer 2010

Featured artists: Sami Aho (FIN), Marie-Pierre Brunel (FRA),
Manuel Gomez Burns (PERU), Roope Eronen (FIN),
Jyrki Heikkinen (FIN), Helmut Kaplan (AUT),
Yong-Deuk Kwon (KOR), Raine Liimakka (FIN),
Milla Paloniemi (FIN), Kari Sihvonen (FIN),
Edda Strobl (AUT), Mikko Torvinen (FIN),
Ville Vuorenmaa (FIN), Amanda Vähämäki (FIN),
Mikko Väyrynen (FIN) & Emelie Östergren (SWE).

perjantai 11. kesäkuuta 2010

Spesial Nord Art Magazine

Spesial Nord, art magazine presenting artists from the Nordic countries. The artists in this #2 issue are: Karlotta Blöndal, Laura Wesamaa, Anna Rokka, Andreas Gavell-Mohlin, Viktor Rosdahl, Serina Erfjord, Victor Boullet and Ultra Grön. Editors: Christina Leithe Hansen and Iselin Linstad Hauge.

perjantai 4. kesäkuuta 2010

Graffiti books collection

We have a nice collection of graffiti books on our shelves now! The New York Street Art Coloring Book, Graffiti Tattoo: Kings On Skin etc. and this big one:

Beyond the Street
The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art

Definitive book on street art featuring 100 key figures from around the world in their own words and images.

Beyond the Street is comprised of interviews with 100 key players in street and urban art from around the world, each of which is richly illustrated with inspiring images. Its impressive list of participants, as well as the unique diversity of their perspectives, makes the book an authoritative manual on these genres. For the first time, this 400-page tome brings together the direct points of view of leading artists and the most important sales outlets for street art as well as key commentators, collectors, and enthusiasts. Combined, these separate and distinct outlooks create a uniquely authentic collective portrait of street and urban art that is captivating, informative and entertaining.