Preview: DeeDee “The Day Is My Enemy” @ NYC’s Station16 Gallery
October 15, 2015
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Station 16 Gallery returns to New York City to present “The Day is My Enemy”, a solo show of New York street artist, DeeDee. Highlighting themes of deception and destruction, The Day is My Enemy explores the public personas we show to the world and the private identities we keep to ourselves.DeeDee describes the motivation…
Preview: “Lusus Naturae” London Exhibition with 100TAUR & Hisham Echafaki
October 7, 2015
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Next week in the UK will be opening “LUSUS NATURAE” in London Shoreditch, a duo exhibition  with French artists 100TAUR and Hisham Echafaki featuring a series of new paintings, drawings.Curated by Butterfly Art News, the show explores notions of anthropomorphism, human fascination with oddities or monstrosities and our fragile relationship with the natural world.For the first…
Preview: “Printology” Print Retrospective Exhibition @ Fort Smith’s University of Arkansas
September 1, 2015
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Later this week, the “Printology” exhibition will be opening in Fort Smith at the University of Arkansas, new Windgate Arts and Design Building. This retrospective exhibition will focus on the Street Art scene and feature some major artists such as Banksy, Invader, Shepard Fairey, D*Face, JR, Blek Le Rat or Swoon to name a few.…
Preview: Aryz “Paral-lel” Los Angeles Solo Show
April 11, 2015
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After taking a break for painting large murals for few months and concentrating on his studio work, Aryz will be opening his long awaited solo show on 25th of April in LA. Titled Paral-lel, the show explores the relationship of art and context in two separate areas.His first Los Angeles exhibition borrowed its name from a…
Preview: Know Hope “Water Takes the Shape of its Container” @ Paris’ Openspace
April 8, 2015
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Our friend Know Hope is getting ready to open his newest solo exhibition “Water Takes the Shape of its Container” at the Openspace gallery in Paris. The exhibition “Water Takes the Shape of its Container” presents about twenty previously unseen pieces, assemblages of paper, wood and photographs, and an installation.  This installation portrays a collective situation,…
Preview: Young New Yorkers Silent Art Auction ft Swoon, Shepard Fairey, LNY, Icy and Sot – April 1st
April 1, 2015
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For the second time in the last three years the amazing arts-based transformative justice group Young New Yorkers is having a silent art auction to raise funds for their upcoming programs.Two of the teams curators are our friends LNY and Daniel Weintraub so you will be sure to see lots of street art represented in…
Preview: “CUT IT OUT!” Group Show @ Berlin’s Urban Nation
January 30, 2015
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CUT IT OUT! is dedicated to the art of the stencil and features brand new works, equipment, tools and stencils by Above, Adam 5100, Aiko, Alessio-B, Artist Ouvrier, B-Toy, C215, Canvaz, Don John, Eins92, Eelus, EismannArts, Epsylon Point, Fin Dac, Icy & Sot, Jana & Js, Jef Aerosol, Joe Iurato, Kurar, Logan Hicks, M-City, Mobstr,…
Preview: Borondo “Animal” Exhibition @ London’s RexRomae
January 26, 2015
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After more than a year of work, Borondo is finally set to open his long-awaited “Animal” exhibition in London next month Gonzalo Borondo, a 24-year old prolific muralist, has taken over East London walls for the past year with his signature style of combining two genres; classic portraiture and street art. In his upcoming exhibition…
Preview: David Walker “Swapping Souls With Strangers” @ Miami’s Robert Fontaine Gallery
May 6, 2014
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Robert Fontaine Gallery, located in the heart of the Wynwood Arts District, will showcase new works by London-born, Berlin-based artist David Walker in his first major United States solo exhibition entitled “Swapping Souls With Strangers.” Showcasing 12 new large-scale portraits (with some pieces reaching heights of over six feet), Walker creates a multi-layer canvas of…
Preview: City as Canvas – Graffiti Art from the Martin Wong Collection
February 4, 2014
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Artist and visionary Martin Wong moved to New York in 1978, right when graffiti was in its hey-day and the downtown art scene was evolving into a movement. When he began working at art supply store Pearl Paint on Canal St., he befriended many of the graffiti writers that were responsible for painting trains, tagging…