Yesterday, Babelgum informed me, that they published the new, outstanding 60-minute “Guerilla Art” documentary by Sebastian Peiter, which tells the urban art story from subway graffiti to international big business.
“Over the last few years Street Art has established itself as an art form. But where can this street-based movement go from here, after works by Banksy have been boarded up, chiselled off the walls, to be sold on eBay for money far exceeding the gallery prices?” (Tim Marlow, narrator of Guerilla Art)
Under the motto “Who is part of that generation of street artists, who are the latest hot property of art collectors and advertising brands?”, some of the currently most famous urban(-inspired) artists, like Banksy, Os Gêmeos, Invader, WK Interact, Zevs, Eine and Futura 2000, are featured in the documentary, which was filmed in New York, London, Paris, São Paulo and Tokyo.
Seems to be rather interesting. I would recommend you to open another beer when you’ll be at home this evening and to watch the nice “Guerilla Art” documentary! And after that, you should write a comment, describing how do you liked it…