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Street art pioneer Ron English is back with a new solo gallery show at the Allouche Gallery pop-up in the Meat Packing district in NYC entitled “Guernica”.  For this new show Ron has integrated pop culture icons with the iconic imagery derived from Pablo Picasso’s legendary anti-war painting “Guernica”.


English in his iconic style uses such pop culture figures as Ronald McDonald, Star Wars, The Incredible Hulk, The Simpsons, Peanuts, and many, many, more to re-interpret and update the Picasso classic.


For this gallery show English used oil and canvas on a grand scale.  Most pieces were large enough to cover an entire wall.  The paintings at this scale are so incredibly detailed that only a living master like english can deliver.


It’s always wonderful to see street art seamlessly transitioned from city walls and billboards to a high level gallery space.  Do yourself a favor and take a trip to the Meatpacking District in NYC and check out the amazing detail of these pieces in person.


Allouche Gallery

Daily 10:30 am – 7 pm

82 Gansevoort Street

New York, NY 10014


All Text & Photo’s Copyright 2016 Matthew A. Eller.

Matthew Eller

About Matthew Eller

Canadian born, Brooklyn based photographer, Matthew Eller has built a name for himself thought his street art photos and in-studio visit photo-shoots/interviews; Ron English, Buff Monster, Dain just to name a few. Not only an artist in his own right, he's an intellectual property attorney. Representing an array of who's who of Brooklyn street artists. Instagram & Twitter: @ellerlawfirm