Brazilian Street Art at the Brazilian Season of the Horniman Museum

Braziliarty is pleased to work together with the Horniman Museum for the Brazil Season of 2016 bringing three Brazilian street artists to the museum gardens and the Forest Hill area. The exhibition of their work will be in the Museum until the end of the season in September 2016. See the image of the location of the artworks. Binho Ribeiro, has been in the street art scene since 1984, going into his third decade he is a pioneer in Brazil and have... Read More

LATA Street Culture Festival 2016

LATA Street Culture Festival 2016 from Braziliarty on Vimeo. 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,... Read More

Milo Tchais

Milo Tchais was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil in 1981. A self-taught artist who started experimenting with graffiti, lettering, figures and compositions in 1997, while living in Sao Paulo, Brazil. He relocated to London in 2001 and has since developed 2D and 3D works for commissions and exhibitions, workshops, illustrations and designs. His work emphasises shapes and colour contrasts, building layer upon layer of textures, through an abstract figurative... Read More

Milo Tchais: High Species

‘High species’ is an exhibition that brings together a compilation of Milo’s works, selected by the artist after reflection on the exhibition space and influenced by his current insights and art production. The exhibition theme is what Milo calls the “canvas’ species,” where “vision and images interpret the human species, which we believe so powerful. Where is the limit? The intention is to create a window, if only temporarily,... Read More