The largest show of it's kind, Cor Da Rua is a 2-month 10-artist celebration of Brazilian urban art, considered by many to be the most significant genre of the global urban art movement. All of the artists are highly acclaimed in their native Brazil and have a huge international following. These shows are not to be missed and will definitely be worth the trip to Brighton.
The first show, opening this Friday will see work from titifreak, andrei muller, daniel melim, silvana mello and kboco and will run for one month, the 6 October to 4 November 2007.
The second month will see another group of artists Speto, Carlos Dias, MZK, Ramon Martins and Zezao taking over the gallery and this will also have an opening preview night on Friday 9th November. The second show will run from the 10 November to 9 December 2007.
ocontemporary | 80 trafalgar street | brighton
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