Adele Renault “Tyson’s Corner” Exhibition – Jersey City

Adele Renault paints realistic portraits of pigeons and people. Her subject matter may live in the gutter or in an ivory tower and the size of the work ranges from small canvas to giant mural. Mike Tyson found his way into boxing as a kid after a bully beheaded one of his beloved pigeons in

“Phone Culture” group exhibition @ San Francisco’s Park Life curated by Yarrow Slaps

Phone Culture was thought up by artist/curator Yarrow Slaps, who is 27years old and San Francisco native. While visiting New York last summer, he was out of his element in a big city and found himself often people watching. Listening to passing conversations while walking down the lower east side/bedstuy streets, he began thinking the

Coverage: “Matiere Noire” an exhibition by Borondo in Marseille, France

On October 7th in Marseille, Gonzalo Borondo have presented Matière Noire, the Spanish artist’s biggest exhibition to date. The opening saw hundreds of visitors immersing themselves into a journey through the history of representation. Using 20 shops spaces and the entire top floor of the Marché aux Puces as exhibition areas, Borondo has created a

Coverage: Martin Whatson “Revive” Solo Show @ RexRomae Los Angeles

A few days ago, our friend Martin Whatson launched his biggest solo exhibition to date with RexRomae Gallery on the sunny streets of Los Angeles. The show entitled “REVIVE” was curated by Rom Levy and located in a large and beautiful pop up space in Santa Monica. The exhibition marked a new phase in the

Preview: “SuperPlasticizer” Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha @ Dubai’s The Mine

Over the years Vincent Abadie Hafez aka Zepha practice has expanded from its urban beginnings to the gallery wall, but a responsiveness to the built environment, borne of a deep study of each locale, remains central. For this new body of paintings, the artist uses a superplasticizer mixed with cement, rubble, and sand from the

Preview: Word To Mother “Every Saint Has A Past, Every Sinner Has A Future” Exhibition @ Dubai’s The Mine

Our friend Word To Mother will be opening a new solo exhibition opening in Dubai on December 6th 2016 which is entitled “Every Saint Has A Past, Every Sinner Has A Future” at The Mine Gallery. Born and raised in an English seaside town, Word to Mother is an artist whose work explores feelings, healing and

Coverage: RONE “Empty” solo exhibition in Melbourne

RONE started leaving his mark on Melbourne’s streets and laneways back in 2004 around the time the infamous Everfresh Studios began. Over the last decade, his career has skyrocketed and he is now one of those highly sought after street artists, nearly always travelling to the next street art festival or off to paint a massive mural on the

Coverage: Nick Walker “The Last Ride” a Solo Exhibition at Wall Works in The Bronx, NYC

Nick Walker has brought his ridiculously intricate stencil skills and trademark vandal  all the way from Bristol England to the Boogie Down Bronx for a solo show entitled “The Last Ride”.  Nick seamlessly integrated all the best things synonymous with NYC, and the Bronx, and melded them with the cheeky vandal character we all have come to love