73th International Cultural Exchange of Arts “ Art Quarantine ”- Art, Life and Survive !


Opening of Virtual Exhibition:17th of August 2020

Artcom Expo International Association of Artists and Partnerships

Exhibition for: “ Street Art ”

73th International Cultural Exchange of Arts

12th Edition Virtual Art Show

“ Art Quarantine ”- Art, Life and Survive !

General Coordination: Baroness Jiselda Salbu

Urene, 6730 Davik Norway

Street Art is a very popular form of art that is spreading quickly all over the world. You can find it on buildings, sidewalks, street signs and trash cans from Tokyo to Paris, from Moscow to Cape Town.
Street art has become a global culture and even art museums and galleries are collecting the work of street artists.
Street art started out very secretly because it is illegal to paint public and private property without permission. People often have different opinions about street art.
Some think it is a crime and others think it is a very beautiful new form of culture.
Art experts claim that the movement began in New York in the 1960s. Young adults sprayed words and other images on walls and trains.
This colorful, energetic style of writing became known as graffiti.
Graffiti art showed that young people wanted to rebel against society. They didn’t want to accept rules and travelled around cities to create paintings that every one could see.
In many cases they had trouble with the police and the local government.
One well-known New York Street artist is Swoon. She cuts out paper images of people and puts them on walls and or sets them up on sidewalks.
Swoon didn’t start her career as a street artist. She studied art but, as time went on, got bored with the work she saw in museums and galleries.
The people in New York enjoy Swoon’s strong and imaginative style. Some museums have already bought some of her work.
Many street corners in Paris show the work of Space Invader. The French artist uses small pieces of glass to make images of space creatures.
He has been doing this for some years and the police have arrested him a few times. On his website (http://www.space-invaders.com/) you can see many other places where he has created this form of art.

Street artists do their work for a reason. Some of them do not like artists who make so much money in galleries and museums. They choose street art because it is closer to the people.
Some artists try to express their political opinion in their work. They often want to protest against big firms and corporations. Others like to do things that are forbidden and hope they don’t get caught.
Advertising companies also use street art in their ads because it gives you the impression of youth and energy.
The New York department store Saks Fifth Avenue recently used a street artist’s design for their shop windows and shopping bags.
In today’s world the Internet has a big influence on street art. Artists can show their pictures to an audience all over the world.
Many city residents, however, say that seeing a picture on the Internet is never as good as seeing it live.
The street art movement lives with the energy and life of a big city. There it will continue to change and grow.

Registration is open to all interested artists.
Documents to be provided
Send a resume with a thousand letters - a photo of the Artist - A photo of the Work that will
appear in the Virtual Catalog 17 August 2020
Fill in the attached form and send it by e-mail: aparsalb@frisurf.no

Work Data:
Generales Coordinatores: Baroness Jiselda Salbu

Norway May 2020
President- Hans Arnt Salbu Baroness Jiselda Salbu


Artcom Expo Internacional Director and Coordinator Artcomexpo

Creator of the Project / General Coordination: Baroness Jiselda Salbu
Artcom Expo Internacional Director and Coordinator Artcomexpo
Urene, 6730 Davik Norway-
Email: aparsalb@frisurf.no
Contact: Norway / Jiselda Salbu / wap zap- TELS: + 47-97907611 /
Contact: Norway / Hans Salbu + 47-47413621 e-mail: aparsalb@frisurf.no or salb2@online.no