Street artists have continuously challenged us with their messages, never ceasing to break the codes of contemporary art.
This summer, the Geneva Summer Street Art Festival welcomes the works of four world class artists for an exhibition organised by Bel-Air Fine Art, MCI Sport, Orox & M3 Group.
Mythical and emblematic figure of street art, incisive and irreverent, Banksy is today the most famous of the anonymous artists. His art is characterised by unequivocal political messages, irony and critics of modern day society.
The Swiss artist M. Chat on the other hand is well known for his yellow cat wearing a giant smile admired worldwide on big city walls and foundations. Thomas Vuille and his enigmatic cat are today inseparable.
For Pimax, his “Nourf” dog is the trademark of his work, always ready to puzzle and raise questions. In a somewhat childlike universe, Pimax uses plot twists as the main support of his artistic approach.
For Byc, street art is the centre core of his existential quest. Stencil enthusiast just like Banksy, he lets the substrate guide his hand and draw from the previous use of his instrument in order to give a meaning to his creation.
Live performances of M. Chat, Pimax and Byc will take place during the exhibition.
Adults : 10 CHF
11 Rue de l´ancien Port,
TPG: Bus Number 1 & 25,
Parking: Grand Hotel Kempinski
From Sunday to Wednesday: 11 am to 7 pm
From Thursday to Saturday: 11:30 am to 8 pm