In love with street art? Till the end of May you can discover in the lobby of Pullman Brussels Center Midi the latest work by street artists Sara Chelou, Miss Fuck and Patricia Gadisseur, a selection by the Art Generation Gallery. The cooperation between Pullman and the Art Generation Gallery is part of the Artist Playground program that offers local artists – both established and emerging – the opportunity to exhibit their work in the various Pullman hotels.
Left: ‘Vinz’ from Sara Chelou. Right: ‘Crazy Love’ by Patricia Gadisseur Photo wowtrendmag.com
Where men are usually the pioneers in the urban street art movement, this time three female artists turned the streets into their creative environment.
Artwork by Patricia Gadisseur Photo wowtrendmag.com
Patricia Gadisseur studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Namur. She is known for her abstract paintings in which she records momentary moments and dreams. Her technique is a mix of photo collages, words and paintings.
Front: ‘Mannequin’ by Sara Chelou. Back left: ‘Bat Girl’ by Sara Chelou, Back right: ‘Casablanca’ by Patricia Gadisseur
Work by Sara Chelou Photo wowtrendmag.com
Sara Chelou lives and works in Paris. After completing her training in Modern Literature, Sara joined various artistic, experimental groups. In 1990 she participated in one of the first urban art actions on an abandoned industrial site. Sara uses art to convey her activist side. Inspired by the ideas of key figures such as Malcolm X, she has developed a militant artistic style that challenges people to reflect on urban living conditions.
Miss Fuck is a self-taught artist who uses different techniques ranging from sprays to stencils. Street art is a way for her to express her intuitions, feelings and punk attitude. Miss Fuck likes to have a direct relationship with the public with her street art.
From left to right Biere et Punk Vert by Miss Fuck, Street Philosophy by Sara Chelou and Wonder Mona by Patricia Gadisseur. All artworks by Patricia Gasdisseur, Sara Chelou and Miss Fuck are for sale during the exhibition. Prices vary between 320 € and 2000 €.
The exhibition is free to visit until 30 May 2018.
Pullman is known for his great involvement in local, contemporary art, design and photography. Artist Playground by Pullman offers local artists the opportunity to exhibit their works of art at various locations in the hotels. Live performances and workshops during the exhibition bring art and visitors together. In this way Pullman offers an open platform for established or emerging talents in the various hotels. From painters and sculptors to directors, draftsmen and designers: every artist is free to exhibit his art here.