ART AFTER WORK with Okuda & 3TTMAN
Taking place each year on the Thursday evening of Affordable Art Fair Stockholm, this year’s Art After Work (11 October, 17:00 – 22:00) is not to be missed. The evening’s programme is set to be more exciting than ever, as working with our delicious co-host, Campo Viejo (whose legacy dates back to the Roman Empire!) visitors will be inspired to ‘live uncorked’ and fill their lives with colour!
How is this possible? I hear you ask. We’re delighted to announce that not only will you be able to enjoy the 1000s of contemporary artworks on display, we have also teamed up with renowned street artists Okuda and 3ttman, two urban artists, each with a unique style, who will be creating an installation live at the event.
Earlier this year, Okuda and 3TTMAN worked on their first collaborative piece at a pop-up event organised by Affordable Art Fair Stockholm and Campo Viejo. The two artists created a 10 meter long mural at Magic City, which combined their two unique styles and techniques. As you can see from the pictures, the result was breathtaking, and we can’t wait to see what they will create live for us during the Art After Work event!
Okuda is a Spanish artist, living in Madrid. He has a background in the arts, with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Complutense University de Madrid. He started his street art career in 1997, along rail-roads and in abandoned factories, developing his instantly recognisable style. Okuda uses geometric shapes and patterns, often multi coloured in combination with grey bodies and organic forms. Through his artwork he contemplates the contradictions of existentialism, the infinite universe and the meaning of life. He’s well known all over the world in countries such as India, Brazil, Japan and the United States, as well as throughout Europe.
Pronounced “Trois Têtes Man”, 3TTMAN is a French street artist, who has most recently been living in the Canary Islands. He is a truly versatile artist, working across a spectrum of base materials - from billposters to concrete, using methods that range from ceramics and mosaics to mural paintings. 3TTMAN started his street art career in Madrid, taking advantage of the enormous spaces and places where billboards are placed across the city and turning them into artworks. He continuously aims to push the boundaries between the arts and crafts and his works can be seen all over Europe.
Don’t miss the opportunity to see these two world renowned street artists creating a unique installation live at Affordable Art Fair Stockholm’s late night event; Art After Work.
Okuda and 3TTMAN at the Magic City pop-up event.