Twin Artists How & Nosm’s “Late Confessions” Exhibition


With the upcoming “Late Confessions” exhibit, globe-trotting twin artists How & Nosm take their brand of intricate wall-covering murals indoors. The identical duo, born Raoul and Davide Perre, have displayed their craft everywhere from Philly to Prague, and are now set to make their debut solo show in New York.

Through the use of street art skills and refined techniques, their pieces bring to life detailed, autobiographical descriptions of life’s struggles, evolving as the pair have transitioned from being members of TATS CRU, to doing full-scale studio work. In much the same way twins sometimes complete each other’s sentences, How & Nosm’s collaborations often come to life with one starting off from where the other has finished. “Late Confessions” runs from Jan 30 to Feb 23 at Jonathan Levine Gallery’s pop-up space in lower Manhattan.

Brooklyn Street Art has more of How & Nosm’s creations, and Arrested Motion got some behind the scenes photos of the “Late Confessions” gallery setup.



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