LATA Street Culture Festival 2016

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Returns for its second edition at the Red Gallery, Shoreditch London

FIVE BRAZILIAN STREET ARTISTS OCCUPY THE RED GALLERY FOR FOUR DAYS IN JUNE

  • LATA Street Culture Festival  - a festival celebrating street culture with street arts, urban music and film
  • 29th June – 02nd July 2016
  • Wednesday 10am – Sunday 2am (see below for each day programme)
  • Outdoor street art painting, workshops, exhibition, film and party
  • Second edition brings Binho Ribeiro, Tinho, Ananda Nahu, Milo Tchais & SHN
  • Red Gallery - 1-3 Rivington St, London EC2A 3DT

LATA Street Culture Festival is back on its second edition at the Red Gallery in Shoreditch, bringing five top Brazilian street artists to interact with the streets and the urban people of London. Brazilian street culture is embedded in the country’s social lifestyle and LATA is getting those colours, that vibe and the amazing art around Old Street.

We are really proud to present the work of Binho Ribeiro, Tinho, Ananda Nahu, Milo Tchais & SHN (read more about each artist below). All of them have been around the world spreading their art. They will paint the walls around the Red Gallery and run workshops for people for all ages to learn some techniques in partnership with Alternative London. There will be an exhibition, a film screening and urban music by partners of B-Mundo label on a pretty special evening.

The LATA Street Culture Festival is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England and in major partnership with Red Gallery, sponsorship in kind in paints by LOOP and Forest Recycling Project . The festival is produced by Braziliarty and counts with partners Pigment, B•Mundo Label, Alternative London, Kamio at Red Gallery and media partners Brasil Observer and Instagrafite.

PROGRAMME


* Extra event: 27 June, Monday  18h – Talk at Embassy of Brazil in London with chaired by Alicia Bastos and Dr. Chandra Morrison with LATA’s street artists Tinho, Binho Ribeiro, Ananda Nahu and Milo Tchais. FREE ENTRY  Reserve your place by emailing: culturalbrazil.rsvp@gmail.com

29 June, Wednesday:

15h Exhibition press & collectors view

18-21 hrs Outdoor live painting

18.30-22h Exhibition opening + Book signing + Dj Set with B•Mundo Label

19-20.30h Film screening: The 3 acts of Carlos Adão ( Os Três Atos de Carlos Adão) Trailer: https://vimeo.com/140135886

Tickets: https://latafestival16film.eventbrite.co.uk

30 June, Thursday:

10-18h Outdoor live painting

10-18h Exhibition

01 July, Friday:

10-18h Outdoor live painting

10-18h Exhibition

02 July, Saturday:

10-18h Exhibition & Workshops: in the smoking area space of the gallery.

LIMITED SPACES, book your tickets here: http://www.alternativeldn.co.uk/

10-12h Workshop: Binho Ribeiro

12-14h Workshop: Ananda Nahu

14-16h Workshop: Milo Tchais

16-18h Workshop: SHN

21-02am: LATA CLOSING PARTY  - LATA CLOSING PARTY – TKTS: https://www.residentadvisor.net/event.aspx?852683
The closing night of LATA Street Culture Festival presents:
B•Mundo Label DJ SET

B•Mundo Label (Paris-London): Brazilian music producer based in France since 2006, Pedro D-Lita founded the music art concept label in 2007 working as an activist in the BR Contemporary Music bringing to London big new artists like O Rappa, Marcelo D2, Tulipa Ruiz and Lucas Santtana. In Paris, D-Lita has already presented new BR grooves in ALG (‘Samba Soul Party’) and Favela Chic (‘Baile Bom’), and also DJ sets across France and in classical spots in Portugal, Germany, Netherlands, Canada and UK.

Prince Fatty presents: Tropical Dope

Hot off his worldly travels, Prince Fatty’s collaboration with Tropical Dope led him to underground sound system heavyweights Deskareggae in Brazil.
With over 10 albums to his name and hundreds of producer credits it was time to put a new supergroup together of some of our favourite friends and musicians from Brazil, London, LA and over to NY. The outcome of these recordings are guaranteed to keep the vibes fresh for the dance floor.

TETINE DJ SET

Tetine are a duo composed of Bruno Verner and Eliete Mejorado. They met in 1995 in São Paulo, Brazil. Since then they have created a multitude of sound works from atonal orchestral pieces to electropunk / baile funk / miami bass-driven tunes. They have also made a series of ritualistic performances and have extensively exhibited art films and video throughout Europe and South America. Tetine has a few albums released on different record labels (Slum Dunk Music/Bizarre Music/Soul Jazz Records/Sulphur Records/Mr Bongo).

MEET OUR STREET ARTISTS

For more information, pictures and interviews please contact: all@braziliarty.org

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