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Upcoming Exhibitions: August 25 – 31

  • Upcoming Exhibitions: August 25 – 31
August 24, 2014
Sanja Lazic was born in 1990 in Belgrade, Serbia. Her interest in art comes from a very early age and although she didn’t have the talent to pursue it professionally, she enjoys every day working and writing about it. Her favorite urban artists are Interesni Kazki, Saner and Phlegm.

Group Show

Berlin Graphic Days #4

Opening: August 25 Urban Spree gallery Revaler Straße 99, 10245 Berlin http://www.urbanspree.com/   For the fourth time, Berlin’s Urban Spree gallery is hosting Berlin Graphic Days Festival. The six days event is a great excuse for all collectors of graphic, illustration and print artwork to visit the exhibition and enjoy works of Mike Friedrich, CREN and HZA. Besides the exhibition, there will be two side events – festival and sale. Graphic artists, illustrators, printmakers and other creatives dedicated to graphical expression from Germany and abroad are all invited to take part in this recurring special happening.

Thilo Heinzmann

Cloud Clear Horizon

Opening: August 28 Perrotin Gallery 50 Connaught Road Central, Central, Hong Kong https://www.perrotin.com/   Berlin artist Thilo Heinzmann has been exhibiting since 1993. He has developed a painting process in which picture becomes clinically sealed venue of fetish tactility – creating contrasts of media that are both richly sensory and descriptive of conceptual and visual disruption. His latest exhibition, opening on August 28 shows the audience in Hong Kong the newest artwork that will be on display until September 27, 2014.

Group Show

Green Label gallery

Opening: August 28 WallsArtGallery The Netherlands Prinsengracht 737, 1017 Amsterdam http://walls.nl/   Green Label, with the help from Mountain Dew® and Dutch art collective Chaotic Bastards, created a great idea of promoting art from around the world in WallsArtGallery in Amsterdam. The idea is to invite everyone, from amateurs to art professionals to engage in the creative process of making art. The only thing you have to do is post the image of your art to your Instagram account until August 30 with a hashtag #GreenLabelGallery, and maybe your work will decorate the walls of a gallery!

Supermundane

Here & There

Opening: August 29 No Walls Gallery 114 Church Street, Brighton http://nowallsgallery.com/   Rob Lowe aka Supermundane is an artist who loves words, loves to draw, and loves to draw words. His been working for more than 15 years in the creative industry – he does graphic designing, typography and illustrations. In 2012, he even started a new direction of pure line and colour, exploring depth, movement and optical effects. On August 29th, in No Walls Gallery in Brighton, the British artist will have the opening of his latest solo exhibition ‘Here and There’ where the audience will get the chance to experience the unique and creative world of Supermundane.

Blade

King Of Graffiti

Opening: August 30 The Seventh Letter Flagship Store & Gallery 346 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles http://theseventhletter.com/   BLADE is considered “The King of Graffiti” because by 1980, after painting 5,000 wildly creative trains, he stopped counting. Known and loved by the graffiti community, BLADE is not a myth but a crowned head visionary who has painted a rich collection of artwork on the street and on canvas. His first solo exhibition will be held in The Seventh Letter Gallery in Los Angeles and features new large-scale spray paint and paint marker artworks on canvas and NYC subway maps. Graffiti artist Chris Pepe aka FREEDOM even wrote a book on BLADE called ‘King Of Graffiti’ in which the artist talks about his past and his amazing career. The book will also be on display at the show.

Freedom

The Rochester Series

Opening: August 30 The Seventh Letter Flagship Store & Gallery 346 North Fairfax Avenue, Los Angeles http://theseventhletter.com/   But the buy who wrote a book on BLADE isn’t bad himself. Chris Pepe aka FREEDOM became a graffiti legend when between 1980 and 1996 painted a whole tunnel in New York, that later was called after him – ‘The Freedom Tunnel’. Since then, FREEDOM was in a search for a new place for drawing, and he found it in Rochester, upstate New York. The work that FREEDOM did inside of the new tunnel has now been transformed into an exhibition called ‘The Rochester Series’ that will have the same opening night and place as the show of his friend and colleague BLADE.