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Display Gallery Nicole Coson at Display Gallery

Young Manila-born artist, Nicole Coson is up for her first solo exhibition in London. The show titled How to Appear Without a Trace will be featured in Display Gallery. Nicole Coson is a fresh graduate from Central Saint Martins and this is her third solo...

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MYA Gallery Entre Muros at MYA Gallery

Maximiliano Ruiz, established curator and author who edited great number of publications on Latin America’s street art movement is now curating an exciting group show in London. The show is titled Entre Muros and presents an impressive number of South...

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ArtNowNY Tracy Piper at ArtNowNY

Californian based artist Tracy Piper is about to exhibit at the ArtNowNY. The exhibition titled Forever Young goes on to a visual journey to explore the famous sentence by Eleanor Roosevelt Today is the oldest you have ever been and the youngest you will ever...

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Artstübli Basel ASVP Duo at Artstübli Basel

ASVP is a mysterious Brooklyn based street art duo. They work both on canvas and paper, afterwards printing their work. So far the duo has exhibited worldwide, including cities as Hong Kong, London, New York, Los Angeles and Zürich. Their next stop is Basel...

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Roberts & Tilton Gallery Gary Hill at Roberts & Tilton Gallery

Gary Hill is a renowned American artist known for his video art, single channel video works and sound installations. He is considered as one of the artists who helped in establishing video art with his various engagements and ground-breaking experimentation...

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Galerie Mathgoth 2015 france Galerie Mathgoth Presents: David Walker – Alchema/Spectra

David Walker is a newly emerged street artist based in London. In the last few years since he started exhibiting his art career has been on a steady rise. What is so special about David Walker is that he creates both large scale works and smaller ones, using...

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Galerie Christian Lethert Galerie Christian Lethert Presents: Daniel Lergon

The art of Berlin based painter Daniel Lergon can be described as experimental process in constant search of new discoveries. It happens many times that he employs science to aid him in his research. Although Daniel Lergon declares himself as a painter, the...

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Interview, Inkie, Blade, Shoe bristol 2012 evil Interview – Three Kings of Graffiti

There was an initiative to create the world’s longest graffiti wall in Dubai for the Guinness Book of Records. Sadly, the joint efforts of group of street artist failed, but an interesting idea was conceived. The promoters came up with brilliant concept to...

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Interview, Inkie, Blade, Shoe bristol evil What Will The Future Bring

Widewalls: How do you feel about being described as Kings of graffiti? Are there any young princes or princesses out there in the scene that may challenge you one day?   Blade: I was given the title King of Graffiti in 1975 by fellow writers because I...

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interview, inkie, blade, shoe bristol evil people The Three Kings Show

Widewalls: You are appearing in the 3 Kings exhibition, an apt name for the coming together of 3 graffiti legends, can you tell us more about the exhibition?   Blade: The 3 Kings show at Baut Zuid is the merging of three diverse and talented artists...

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Interview, Inkie, Blade, Shoe About the Kings

Widewalls: Can you please introduce yourself and tell us about your background and how you got started with graffiti?   Blade: Hello, my name is Steven D. Ogburn, aka Blade, born January 23rd 1957. I began writing on the trains in NYC in 1972, at the age of...

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Dolby Chadwick Gallery Mayme Kratz: Lost Light

Phoenix-based artist Mayme Kratz is preparing for her first exhibition at Dolby Chadwick Gallery. She will present herself to the San Francisco audience with the show titled Lost Light that is inspired by Rebecca Solint’s book of poetic thoughts A Field...

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2012 like just way australian world music want Ben Frost: Rebel With A Cause

Ben Frost picks up things from his every day environment and reuses them for criticizing the society. No brand or cartoon character is safe, from seemingly innocent ones to the more ominous Third Riech Stamps and Medicine boxes. Frost’s works are mostly...

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V1 Gallery V1 Gallery Presents: Barry McGee & Todd James

Todd James and Barry McGee are about to embark on their second joint exhibition at the V1 Gallery in Copenhagen. The show is titled FUD and will feature new works by both artists. They range in media from paintings on canvas and wood to drawings, sculptures,...

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Robilant + Voena Robilant + Voena Present: Hsiao Chin Solo

Hsiao Chin is probably one of the most important Chinese artists of the twentieth century and beginning of the twenty first. Ever since he embarked on his artistic career back in the 1950s, he has been producing interesting works of high quality. Hsiao Chin...

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Elizabeth Neel oil paint on canvas, installation pilar corrias Elizabeth Neel at Susanne Vielmetter Gallery

Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Project proudly announces their upcoming show by emerging artist Elizabeth Neel. This is going to be artist’s second exhibition in the gallery and this one is titled Lobster with Shell Game. The paintings that will be on...

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Galerie Krinzinger Ulrike Lienbacher at Galerie Krinzinger

Galerie Krinzinger in Vienna is proud to present the new solo show by Austrian artist Ulrike Lienbacher that will take place at their gallery very soon. The exhibition is titled Optimal and features a fine selection of this versatile artist’s works. Human...

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instagram, street art, arrest Instagram + Street Art = You Get Arrested!

Although street art is becoming increasingly popular and accepted even – desirable, the arrests related to it are occasionally taking place. Many people still have problems with destruction of public walls or the writings so these arrests hardly come as...

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