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Nadib Bandi (1980) | French | Street art


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Born in the Geneva region, Nadib Bandi started painting as a "vandal" in the mid-90s in Marseille, during the golden era of the hip hop culture. With time and practice, he moved toward abstract graffiti or "graffstract", which is reflected through his choice to represent urban themes, including railways, trains, or metropolis.

Nabid is an active and itinerant artist, with recent participations to exhibitions and graffiti festivals in the USA, Canada, Mexico or India, France and Switzerland. Beside canvases and rare prints, he is also keen to design installations where his architectural style interacts with space and jumps out of flat, wall surfaces.



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