After what seemed like a life time of fighting crime, Iron Lung decided to have a day off and opted for a city break. He really enjoy himself, hitting the usual touristy spots and then having a leisurely Joe at a recommended coffee shop. To finish, he thought a stroll along the river as the sun went down was a fitting end before he flew home.
Little did he know, an encounter of the soft kind would ruin his hols...
To ring in the New Year at
StolenSpace, we are excited to present an exhibition which refocuses on
the grounding principles of street art: the stark, simple yet effective
power of the black stencilled image which has come to inspire a
movement worldwide. StolenSpace proudly
announces our inaugural solo exhibition with French stencil artist,
Christian Guemy, more commonly known on the streets as C215. For this show titled,
'Back to Black,' C215 has drawn inspiration from the streets of London, a
city which he refers to as 'an addiction' and 'a magnet' to street
artists of the world over. The work he has produced seeks to reflect
upon the experiences he has been met with on his excursions in London, a
city he has worked with more so than any other in the European Union.
In this body of work, C215 goes back to the basics, the very roots of
stencil art by eliminating color from his palate and focusing on the
contrast within his black subjects. Spray painted on his usual array of
foraged materials, these artworks are presented on recycled objects such
as folders, luggage and tins. As an exception in his career, C215 has
prepared a very limited number of new works on canvas to be sold
exclusively at StolenSpace. Please join us to
celebrate the opening of this compelling, elemental exhibition on
Thursday, 6th February with complimentary cocktails courtesy of Gordon
Ramsay's Bread Street Kitchen. STOLENSPACE GALLERY 17 Osborn Street London E1 6TD United Kingdom
NEW AT METRO GALLERY- THE LATEST WORKS FROM ADNATE
In the lead up to his anticipated first solo show at Metro Gallery, we have two brand new works from Matt Adnate, available now for puchase and viewing in the Gallery.
To register your interest in Adnate's work and upcoming exhibition, or to see more works available from this artist, please send your name and contact details to email@example.com or call (03) 9500 8511.
1214 High Street, Armadale, Victoria 3143Australia
We are excited to announce a solo show planned for March 2014 at the Pure Evil Gallery:
PRO176 was born the 29th of July 1976 in Paris and grew up at Choisy-le Roi, a little town located in a south suburb of Paris . At the young age of 5 , he discovered the work of Jack Kirby, the famous American comic-book artist .
His current style is influenced by Jack Kirby, by his eternal philosophical quest of the good against the evil played on the background of universes filled with infinite stars and galaxies, populated by super-heroes and super-villains . Big futuristic machines and other spaceships straight out of a science-fiction movie will often appear in the landscape; his letters are worked on to the extreme and always perfectly overlapped in this astral-galactical universe where the anatomic lines of his characters are combined with a bright colour pallete.
Toy Art Gallery, BIC and Bombastic Fantastic proudly present “Vive La Lolligag!”, an art show featuring the release of the first-ever Lolligag vinyl toy—fittingly titled Vive La Lolligag—PLUS over 40 custom reinterpretations of this vinyl toy from an amazing confection of contemporary pop artists. “Vive La Lolligag!” features original, one-of-a-kind works from:
Aimee Kuester, Amy Sol, Ani Eos, Ayleen Gaspar, Babyvtec, Bere + Bere, Brent Nolasco, Carson Catlin, Doubleparlour, Felix Meunier, Gabbie Custom Art, Genevive Zacconi, Holly Conrad, Hyperactive Monkey, Ian Ziobrowsk,i iRoc, J.Salvador, Jason Freeny, Jeremiah Ketner, Jon-Paul Kaiser, Juan Muniz, Kat Brunnegraff, KMNDZ, Laura Mas aka Okokume, Leesasaur, Liz McGrath, MeSmithy, Miso, Nathan Hamill, Obscure, Onch Movement, Ragnar, rAsk Opticon, Sean Christopher, Tan-Ki, Tasha Zimich, Tomi Monstre, Vanessa Ramirez, and more!
Bonus sweets! In addition to the original Vive La Lolligag vinyl doll and the over 40 original customs for sale, limited-edition Lolligag prints and jewelry (produced in conjunction with Unicorn Crafts) will be available for purchase. The event will also include other surprises, exclusive to those in attendance.
Toy Art Gallery
7571 Melrose Ave.,
We wanted to wish a very Happy New Year and good wishes for the year to come.
Thank you to one and all for supporting us in 2013. Although we have moved from our gallery space in Paul Street we are still looking to surprise you with new shows and events in the coming year. More news of this will follow in due course.
Several of our artists, past and present, have been doing great stuff across the globe, really pleased to see them doing so well.
We'll leave you with two murals by Dale Grimshaw that have really stunned the London Street Art Scene in 2013.