Noisy - Galerie d'art dédiée au Pop Art et au Street Art - Pop Art Gallery

Noisy was born in Berlin in 1990. She grew up in Neukölln, a socially difficult part of the city, as the daughter of emigrants. Even as a child, she was passionate about the urban art around her and joined a group of artists from a very young age. Inspired by her surroundings, she studied painting at the Berlin University of the Arts, but eventually abandoned her studies to move to Paris. She is currently working there on various projects with recognized figures from the French urban art scene.

Noisy's current influences include Robert Indiana, Banksy, JR, Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Takashi Murakami and JonOne. These are artists to whom she turns to find models and nourish her own artistic practice.

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  • Campbell's Street Fight - Noisy Campbell's Street Fight - Noisy

    Noisy Campbell's Street Fight

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    Very interesting digital print on Alu-Dibond by the artist Noisy , mixing 2 well-known Street Art works: The Campbell's soup can popularized by Pop Art artist Andy Warhol in 1962 “Rage, the Flower thrower”, by the English Street Art painter Banksy created in 2003 in the streets of Jerusalem Several techniques are used here: acrylic paints, spray paint and digital printing. The work is limited to a series of 35 copies, signed and numbered.

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