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Vhils

Exhibition in Sydney
Posted by Gestalten—03/2013

Skalitzers Contemporary Art presents “Dissolve” by acclaimed Portuguese artist Alexandre Farto, aka Vhils. In his first exhibition in Australia, Vhils presents a new body of work using the city itself as the prime material to focus on the fundamental relationship between the individual and his surrounding environment. Working with a range of materials across public and private space, Vhils has also left his mark on the city, with a new public work in the Rocks. Join the artist for the opening night on Thursday March 21st, from 6pm. For a comprehensive overview of Farto’s work, be sure to have a look at the Gestalten-published monograph Vhils, also available as a Limited Collector’s Edition.

Vhils

Posted by Gestalten—01/2016

The work of one of the most talented young artists on the urban art scene today.

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Vhils: Limited Collector's Edition

Fading Dogmas
Posted by Gestalten—07/2012

Strictly limited to 30 copies! Comes with signed book, two flipbooks, a silkscreen print and packaged in a special silkscreened box.

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Beyond the Street

The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art
Posted by Gestalten—12/2013

Definitive book on street art featuring 100 key figures from around the world in their own words and images.

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Walls & Frames

Posted by Gestalten—11/2014

Cutting-edge work that is moving from the street into galleries.

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