For some of you it’s just another way of street art commercialization, but with round about 25 participating galleries and art collectives, Stroke.03 is the biggest urban art fair in Germany and will this year take place for four days in Berlin.
Including eleven indoor live-paintings by well-known urban artists like Morten Andersen, FinDAC, Herr von Bias, SP38, and nine outdoor mural live-paintings by Roa, Alexandros Vasmoulakis, Faith47, and others in the streets of Berlin, the third issue of Stroke will dominate the German capital’s urban art life during October 7th and 10th, 2010! The main part of Stroke.03, the art fair, will take place in the former train-station Gleisdreieck, in the heart of Berlin.
Passion and dedication are still more important than business plans and projections. This has naturally led to a young generation that finds it difficult to kowtow to the dynamics and rules of the classic art market. Unbeatable participation costs combined with professional presentation and an uninterrupted passion for the art – this is where we see the starting point for Stroke, the world’s first and only Urban Art Expo. (Stroke)
Because I will still be in London when that urban art fair takes place, I hope a lot of people will upload some nice shots of the upcoming live-paintings. Feel free to post a link to your Stroke.03 photos and videos, opinions, thoughts and critics in the comment area!