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HELP MAKE IT HAPPEN FOR WALLCUT GALLERY EXHIBITION BY HAD ART COLLECTIVE ON #INDIEGOGO WHAT WE AIM TO Well, first of all we aim to spread the wallcut concept street art technique and make it available and visible to everyone. While we were creating our artworks, we were aware of the fact that you have to come to the place where it was made and see it. From the beginning, we thought what we do was different and innovative, so we wanted to show it to as much people as we can. At the opening of our first exhibition WALLS, despite the fact that the building was not safe, and there were big chances that you could get hurt, so many people came to see it that the place was crowded. That’s when we came to the idea of making it accessible to everyone. We want to show our thoughts […]
Our online 3D exhibition “Cut in a Wall”, in association with the Breeze gallery is open. Enjoy. Visit our online exhibition. Cut in a Wall – Exhibition video
Breeze gallery and HAD proudly present: “Cut in a Wall” by HAD First online HAD exhibition, Dec16-Jan16 Big thanks to Breeze Canyon and Breeze gallery.
HAD has completed their new artwork within the Walls of the World project. The artwork is called “Yesterday. Today! Tomorrow?”
Few months back an old grain tank which we transformed for our first exhibition WALLS was used as a stage by a famous Bosnian rock band Emir & Frozen Camels. Tarik Hodžic, the director of the music video stated: ” The small everyday problems which we focus on make us neglect the image of the world and the big problems that surround us. Destroyed grain tank in this music video symbolizes that world, while the protagonists through their micro worlds show and tell a series of ordinary life stories. Divided only by thin walls which surround each and every one of us on a daily basis.” Their music video for the song “Flaster” premiers today.
This December, Art For All In The World is launching a campaign called “Walls Of The World”. Artists will transform 100 walls around the world, culminating in an event where they will project the 100 walls together on a giant surface at a strategic location. People will be able to see the walls before and after, along with the name of each artist who participates. Art For All In The World is making art and culture accessible to everyone in a radically inclusive way, leaving communities with an image, message and the initiative to make their own improvements while shining a light on the work of talented artists. By working hand-in-hand with the communities, they create art that not only beautifies and inspires, but also makes a tangible difference, spurring further investment within the community and surrounding areas. Artist collective HAD is invited to be a part of this campaign, and is honored […]