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Czarnobyl – Stencil Art Exhibition

In addition to C215 and Pisa73, a third famous and internationally known stencil artists opens an exhibition this week.

Czarnobyl presents outstanding and extraordinary stencils art in his solo exhibition at Superplan Gallery in Berlin.

Born 1974 in Poland, he lives and works in Berlin since 1993. Already in 1990 he began to take an interest in to cutting stencils to express his feelings and ideas. His recent artworks are characterized by their richness of detail and color grades.

The Czarnobyl stencil art exhibition runs until October 4th. Today I took some photos at the gallery. You can find them in my photostream on Flickr.

Czarnobyl   Stencil Art Exhibition
Czarnobyl   Stencil Art Exhibition
Czarnobyl   Stencil Art Exhibition

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  1. danke, sehr schönes bericht.

  2. WOW!
    They are AMAZING!
    I especially LOVE the old of the portrait of the old man!!
    I really do think they are amazing!
    Is there anywhere where you have explained the process of making them, as it would be very interesting to see and have ago myslef :).

  3. wow amazing! like this artwork a lot

  4. Hello, I need to contact with czarnobyl , do u know if i can send him an email or smthing? Thanks

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