The Spot Hostel & Beyond The Walls invites you to this 2nd part of our Street Art Exhibitions.

Opening

Wednesday 24.10 | THU | 19.30 @ The Spot Hostel in the Tel-Aviv port.
DJ Eazy S.H.Y will be responsible of the beats.

You're all invited !!!
***FREE ENTRANCE***

24.10 | THU | 19:30

Four other artists from the Beyond the Walls israeli Street Art Community will exhibit some selected works:

  • Sasha
  • Shimon Wanda
  • Monkey RMG
  • Solomon Souza

There will be a store area with merchandise and unique goodies from the artists.

More events to come over the year, make sure to follow Spot Hostel and Beyond the Walls.

 

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Location

  • The Spot Hostel
    Ha Ta'Arucha 3
    Namal Tel Aviv(Port)
    Tel Aviv
    Israel

Date & Time

  • Thu, Oct 24, 2019 to Sun, Nov 24, 2019

Featuring

Spent two years in NYC where he was exposed to the many facets of the graffiti and street art scene. It inspired him to develop his artistic connection to become a graffiti artist himself. In 2005, when he returned to Israel, he began to practice through trial and error which evolved to lots of...

blew my mind © Monkey RMG

Sasha , was born in Russia in 1987 and grew up in Jerusalem. She obtained a Master's degree in art from Beit Berl college. Today, other than being an active street artist, she teaches graffiti and environmental art in five different schools. Her art is inspired mainly by the spiritual world and...

Flood 5, Painting by Sasha

Shimon Wanda is a multi-disciplinary artist from Kiryat Haim. He began drawing at a very young age to become a self thought artist; he believes in testing the limits and exploring various techniques. Although he painted big murals earlier on, in 2017 he started to experiment spray paint and...

mother pain, Painting by Shimon Wanda

Solomon Souza is a British born artist currently living in Tel Aviv. Raised in a family of artists, most notably his grandfather F.N. Souza who is considered the father of modern Indian art. He was guided towards creativity from a young age by his mother Keren. His Street Art journey began in...

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