The “Untitled” exhibitions at each Bread and Butter represent the pantheons of street lifestyle and culture captured through an exhibition of photography, artwork, music, toys, and displays—and have become the key place for attendees to this highly coveted street-fashion show to hang out, talk with other designers, manufacturers, and retailers, and get inspired. “Untitled” –Documents of Street Culture, at Bread and Butter Barcelona, July 8-11, completely captured bits and pieces of the lifestyles of those who grew up in the late ‘80’s and 90’s. Themed “The Great Urban Trendkill” it had all the elements of core street culture mixing up skateboard graphics, sneakers, polaroids, paintings, artwork, and showcases with interesting toys, models, and stickers, and other urban detritus inspired by Gen X and Gen Y creators. It was a tribute to the past and a snapshot of what may come, but with core, tactile exhibitions that authentic this age of street culture.
The exhibition, which used to also include a tiny leaflet to go with it and explaining the concept and artists, is coming out in hardback. “Untitled” the book captures it’s exhibitions in glossy text complete with 4 different covers, lots of artwork and illustrations, and editorial. For people needing to know what’s truly inspirational to some of the key thought-leaders in skate and street youth culture, this is a must-have. Check it out at www.untitled-documents.net.