M50 Collaboration: Joan Miro v Andy Warhol #3

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December 15th 2014: On my first visit to M50: Shanghai’s contemporary Art district, I spotted an intriguing developing collaboration. Moganshan Road, the main approach to M50 is home to a constantly evolving graffiti wall. The wall consists of layers upon layers of graffiti work that have built up over the years, sometimes with the work completely obliterating underlying layers, and sometimes consisting of integrated layers – resulting in intriguing collaborations. Continue reading

M50 Collaboration: Joan Miro v Andy Warhol #2

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On my first visit to M50: Shanghai’s contemporary Art district, I spotted an intriguing developing collaboration. Moganshan Road, the main approach to M50 is home to a constantly evolving graffiti wall. The wall consists of layers upon layers of graffiti work that have built up over the years, sometimes with the work of completely obliterating the work on underlying layers, and sometimes consisting of integrated layers – resulting in intriguing collaborations. Continue reading

M50 Collaboration: Joan Miro v Andy Warhol

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On my first visit to M50: Shanghai’s contemporary Art district, I spotted an intriguing developing collaboration. Moganshan Road, the main approach to M50 is home to a constantly evolving graffiti wall. The wall consists of layers upon layers of graffiti work that have built up over the years, sometimes with the work of completely obliterating the work on underlying layers, Continue reading