Our friend REKA spent the last few days on the lovely streets of Rome in Italy where he brought some of his magic to the district of Tormarancia. Entitled ‘Natura Morta’ (still life), the Australian artist quickly worked his way through this vibrant piece which is featuring some of his signature imagery. Continue reading for more
Shortly after Miami and Art Basel, REKA flew straight to San Francisco where he was invited to work on a 200 ft building in the SOMA district of the city.The Berlin-based muralist brought some of his signature colorful characters for the locals to enjoy. Once again with REKA, his fluid lines create a unique hypnotic dynamic
Wynwood and the Jose Diego Middle School project has been one of the highlight of this year’s Art Basel in Miami.The Australian street artist James REKA was invited to work his magic on one of the school’s facade to beautify the neighborhood.Spending a few days on his cherry picker, the Berlin-based muralist dropped this beautiful
Our friend REKA is still in Washington where he just teamed up with Nawer to work on a series of new collaborations.The concept of this awesome collaboration was 3 insects designed by REKA with Nawer’s work inside his design. The right is completely Nawer’s work moving across to the left which is primarily REKA’s work.
While we last heard from him in Vienna last month, REKA has now landed in North America where he first stopped by the city of Washington DC.In town with the good lads from Art Whino, the Australian artist spent a few days working on this large-scale piece. As usual with REKA, he brought to life
Our friend James REKA just made a quick stop through Austria where he was able to paint a quick piece somewhere on the streets of Vienna.James Reka is a young contemporary Australian artist based in Berlin, Germany. His origins lie in the alleyways and train lines of Melbourne’s inner-suburbs where he spent over a decade
While you were discovering his recent solo show @ Stolen Space in London, Reka hit the streets of London and freshened up his old mural @ Whity and Chance in Shoreditch. Matching his style of building works by combining symbols, Berlin-based artist created this sharp piece covering the corner of a large building. With clean
In a few hours, REKA will be opening his new solo show entitled ‘Trip The Light’ in London at StolenSpace gallery and we had the pleasure to stop by prior to the opening to bring you this review. Trip The Light is the latest solo exhibition by Melbourne-born, Berlin-based artist James Reka. Exploring the splendor
Berlin-based muralist REKA just finished working this wall in Melbourne, Australia as part of his excellent “Untold” exhibition at Backwoods Gallery which is currently on. (flyer after the jump)Painting on Franklin Street, REKA worked a few days on this signature piece which is showing a dead fish, a rotten apple & a severed thumb. A reference
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