Opening later this week o contemporary will to host the UK debut of the highly acclaimed Brasilian street artists Tinho, Pato and Flip.
One of Brasilian graffiti's pioneers, Tinho incorporates skate and punk influences to express his experiences of cities throughout the world. Pato believes that fantasy and humour give a freedom to help us understand social issues, his colourful work influenced by animated tv, comic books and cinema, while Flip was one of the first graffiti artists in Brasil to draw characters without letters and to work with posters and stickers. All three artists have a huge international following and are highly acclaimed in their native Brasil.
The show at ocontemporary will feature originals and be accompanied by exclusive show prints.
Tinho, Pato, and Flip will also be creating a mural on a wall in central Brighton on Thursday 21st June. This project is in association with Rarekind Gallery and Brighton Council.
o contemporary | 80 trafalgar street | brighton
23 June to 29 July
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