LATA Street Culture Festival In London 2016

Last week over the course of four days from Wednesday to Saturday the second LATA Street Culture Festival took place at the Red Gallery in Shoreditch, comprising an exhibition, live painting, film and workshops, all dedicated to exhibiting established and upcoming Brazilian artists. The festival was curated and organized by Braziliarty and Pigment, who again both did superb work in their task.

We were fortunate enough to catch some of the live painting over Thursday and Saturday, which saw five artists transform this corner of Old Street into something exceptionally colourful and delightful, all in a range of styles with the pieces by Binho Ribeiro and Tinho being our favourite. We had plenty to see and subsequently photo and then share with you now. So first we have some of the exhibition pieces followed by the Street Art and live painting below, all from what was a great well-rounded event that we hope to see return to London next year.

You can see our review of the LATA Street Culture Festival 2015 in our post (covered here).

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‘Submerso e Surreal’ – Spray Paint on Canvas by Binho Ribeiro.

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‘The Hug’ – Spray Paint on Cardboard by Tinho.

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‘Manduca’ – Mixed Media by Ananda Nahu

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‘Call It Freedom’ – Acrylics & India Ink on Canvas by Milo Tchais.

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SHN Crew at work.

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Milo Tchais at work.

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Binho Ribiero at work.

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Ananada Nahu at work.

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Lovely work from Milo Tchais.

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Detail of work by Milo Tchais.

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Works by Ananada Nahu, SHN & Binho Ribeiro/Tinho in Rivington Street.

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Striking work by Ananda Nahu.

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Detail of work by Ananda Nahu.

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Work by SHN.

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Fantastic work by Binho Ribeiro & Tinho.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Detail of work by Tinho.

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