After six incredible shows across Paris, New York, London, Berlin, Madrid and Istanbul, DC Shoes presents the Burning Ink Art Show in Geneva from Monday the 2nd to Thursday the12th of September at The Square Gallery, 2 rue Diorama. At the forefront of the world's tattoo and illustration scenes, DC shoes’ Burning Ink invites a selection of talented artists, from illustrators and graphic designers to street-artists and tattoo artists, to join forces and present a completely unique show in each city. DC Shoes presents Burning Ink to challenge passion for illustration and tattoo. It's all in the name,'Burning Ink' is a
touring exhibition that ends with a burning ceremony. Each unique illustration goes up in flames. The only way for the art to survive is to be bought as a tattoo on someone's skin.
Vince Pages from tattoo studio Nuit Noire from Genevan local tattoo scene will be there throughout the exhibition, ready to ink art pieces onto the skin of willing bidders. Tattoo artist from Istanbul involved in the previous edition, Rorofrose will also be there to ink some local skins and attend the Burning Ceremony that will take place on the 12th of September @ the Square.
Participating artists will include names such as Jérôme Allavena (Fr), Frédérique Bangerter (Sw), Ajay Bisset (UK), John Cornu (Fr), Dramatik (Tu), Fabio Dourone (Sp), Eloïse Guglielmo (Fr), Pablo Iglesias (Sp), Ilk (Fr), Jeykill (Fr), Caroline Karénine (Fr), Little Madi (Fr), Marke Newton (UK), Thomas Perrodin (Sw), Vince Pages (Sw), Amélie du Petit Thouars (Fr), Jérémy Pradeilles (Fr), Prunelle (Fr), Rorofrose (Tu), Daniel Sevilla (Sp), Spoe (Fr), Chloé Trujillo (USA), Shelton Woolright (NZ) ...
Burning Ink is an art show conceived and curated by Erwann Lameignère and DC shoes.
This edition of Burning ink will also be the occasion to celebrate shared values between skate and custom culture. DLF The Machine ,The fruit of the collaboration between Geneva's Big Bore Cycles, JMZ from Pulp 68 and DC Europe, will be presented at The Square Gallery during this period.
In addition to that, and for the first time , an exhibition named « Braincover Art Show » is presenting a unique series of helmets customized by different artists (Pine stripers, tattoo artists , painters, illustrators..), will also be shown in the Gallery .
These helmets will be sold and proceeds will go to following charity in memory of Indian Larry Motorcycle's Bob Seeger's Son, Aidan.