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Nomad – Classical Painting & Street Art

Yesterday, one of Berlin’s most famous urban artists Nomad opened his recent exhibition “Rainbowcoloured Tears of a Clown” at the Circleculture Gallery.

“Circleculture Gallery is pleased to announce its first solo exhibition featuring the artist Nomad. As an original street artist, he developed his expressional variants conceptually and technically through interactive projects in interior and exterior spaces: combining writing and street art with poetry and classical painting.

In this context, we become acquainted with Nomad’s street art in the gallery as part of a holistic work of art. The works shown move between humour, satire and human drama. At the centre is the clown or fool, who mirrors the ambiguity of human existence.”
(press release)

I was there to take some shots. I loved the clowns, but in my opinion the street-character was somehow missing in a few artworks. However, it was a good show with a lot of confetti, people and nice atmosphere.

For more info about Nomad’s “Rainbowcoloured Tears of a Clown”, visit circleculture-magazine.de.

Here are some of my photos, there are more on Flickr:

Nomad   Classical Painting & Street Art
Nomad   Classical Painting & Street Art
Nomad   Classical Painting & Street Art
Nomad   Classical Painting & Street Art
Nomad – Clowns, Classical Painting & Street Art
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