How and Nosm discuss
At the Center of It All

July 9, 2016
Mana Theater, 1st floor
2PM

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How and Nosm discuss
At the Center of It All

 
 

How and Nosm, twin brothers Raoul and Davide Perre, will discuss their 40 ft. by 60 ft. mural, At the Center of It All, which is painted on the northwest side of Mana’s facade, with Mana Urban Arts Project director Stan Sudol. Known for their large-scale murals, which can be seen in cities across the world, How and Nosm have created an instantly recognizable style of intricate free-hand painting in red, white and black. Their multilayered, complex paintings reveal slowly unspooling narratives of urban existence. Join us for a conversation about the process of painting this large-scale project, which was completed in just four days.

Basque-born, Dusseldorf-raised and currently Brooklyn-based, How and Nosm are twin brothers Raoul and Davide Perre. The brothers’ recent projects include a large-scale city mural installation and solo show at The Library Street Collective, Detroit; Catch of the Day, a mural installation curated by Jeffrey Deitch in Coney Island; and a collaboration with Donna Karan in Times Square.

Image: How and Nosm in their studio at Mana Contemporary. Photo by E. Lee Smith.