The Street Art Of The ‘Festival of Brasil’ At Horniman Museum

Playing catch up yet again (almost done) on this occasion with the Street Art of the ‘Festival of Brasil’ at the Horniman Museum in Forest Hill, and Street Art wise facilitated by Brailiarty. The event saw a set of a dozen pieces painted upon boards and placed about the Museum’s striking grounds, certainly providing an interesting setting and one work next to the nearby Forest Hill Station by Milo Tchais. The paintings which look fantastic in their current gallery are an addition to a summer celebrating the richness of Brazilian culture this summer at Horniman Museum, showcasing installations, dance performances, photography and music. The fantastic set of works here will be on display until September 4th.

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Vibrant work by Milo Tchais in Dartmouth Road, Forest Hill, leave Forest Hill Station and look left.

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Detail of work by Milo Tchais.

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Work by Milo Tchais.

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Work by Binho Ribeiro on the outside wall of Horniman Museum.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Work by Milo Tchais in the Museum Gardens.

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Work by Milo Tchais.

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Detail of work by Milo Tchais.

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Work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Work by Ananada Nahu.

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Works by Binho Ribeiro, Derlon & Ananada Nahu.

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Work by Ananada Nahu.

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Detail of work by Ananada Nahu.

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Work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Detail of work by Binho Ribeiro.

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Works by Derlon, Ananada Nahu & Binho Ribeiro.

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Work by Derlon.

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Work by Milo Tchais.

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Detail of work by Milo Tchais.

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Work by Milo Tchais.

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Detail of work by Milo Tchais.

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Works by Milo Tchais & Binho Ribeiro.

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‘Project Morrinho: A Horniman Favela’ – Project Morrinho is a social and cultural project that takes the form of a miniature city builty by young people in Rio de Janeiro from brick, paint and other found materials inspired by the architecture and everyday life of the favelas.

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A Street Piano superbly painted by Ananada Nahu.

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