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“Conquête Urbaine” (Urban Conquest), the retrospective exhibition held at the Musée des Beaux- Arts of Calais sets the pace of this new issue. Urban art has become a safe passage to reach a more and more attentive audience. Calais is the first European city in the Brexit line, and it is only fair that it praises an art practice with little regard for borders, that takes hold of every matter and challenge of today’s culture. Starting with bodies: a topic our focus on tattoo artists will tackle. Continuing with stone, with a portrait of Does, an artist working with mineral mediums. This issue also contains two lengthy interviews. One of Swoon, who inaugurates a solo show that will delight the audience of the new Fluctuart space. What is Fluctuart? A barge dedicated to urban contemporary art on the docks of the Seine, “River conquest”. Another of Mist, coming back with his ultra dynamic abstraction: “Quantum conquest”. After making the dreadful cover of our last issue, Bom.K is portrayed on the occasion of his Parisian show. “Historic conquest”, we will talk about the exceptional exhibition of Basquiat in the Netherlands, while his works are breaking auction records. “Phylogenic conquest”: a visit in Alexis Diaz’s studio will show the master of animal hybridization at work. And to put an end to all this tiring agitation, we will end up in Spain, where Ampparito’s quiet irony will calm us down. What should we conclude from such urban expansion? No border of course.

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