The latest LAB print release from The Prodigy V's K-Guy goes live this week.
3 Editions of 25 in Fluorescent Yellow, Pink & Orange onto 300 gsm black Somerset satin. All with unique hand painted backgrounds so each print is slightly different. Signed by all of the band members & K-Guy price at £125 each.
Monday, 30 November 2009
Tuesday, 24 November 2009
Flying Eyeball's exhibition & Pop up shop. Europe's Top Graffiti / Street Artists showcase there latest works behind the Royal Academy in London's famous Art gallery district. Featuring:
Goldie / Eine / Inkie / Shoe / She One / Mysterious Al / Sickboy / Insa / Xens / Chu / SHOK1 / Zeus / Hush / MauMau / Kid Acne / Steff Plaetz / Part2 / Pure Evil / RYCA / David Walker / China Mike / Don / Dora / Milk / Andy Council and more TBC.
Canvas Works, Original Illustrations, Screenprints, 3D works, T-Shirts, Toys, Books and much more...
Plus and exclusive After Party with Beni G (JackBeats), Benji Boko & Kish Kash at the helm...
For Buyers Preview & Private View please email:
Cork Street Mayfair London 8th Dec - 13th
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Tate the Biscuits by the East End Arts Club's exhibition is displaying a huge collection of street artists, conceptual artists, installation artists, painters, graphic illustrators and photographers, who all come together under the roof of Shoreditch Town Hall to create interpretations of proverbs and phrases. view a huge selection of street and urban art, and then ponder at the life size sculpture of a seven year old boy made with green fiberglass. Poking from the corner of one of the rooms you can see a strange doll with many arms, a painted image of a monkey lounging on a sofa. A huge display of contemporary urban painting which show chases the best of what is present today.
Private View 6-9pm - Thursday 3rd December 2009
12-8 Friday 4th December 10-6 pm Sat 5th December / Sun 6th December 2009
SHOREDITCH TOWN HALL 380,Old Street, London EC1V 9LT, London
ARTISTS Rugman, The Krah ,David Bray, Snub, Schoony, Asboluv ,Tinsel Edwards, Twinkle Troughton , Ben Allen, Patrick Hughes, Infinity Bunce, Lorraine Clarke, Mark Fraser- Betts, Edd Pearman , Jane Grosvenor, Espira, Up The Arts- Kerry Roper, John Doe, Craww, Tate Sisters, Stuart-Koenig Roach, The Kuntists, Grafik Warfare Emporium, Swifty, Martin Grover, Dr D, Mark Perronet, Kate Pritchard, Tamara Dubnyckyj, Dan Kitchener, Eyesaw Pilot, Wayne Chisnall, Patrick Hughes, Martin Kingdom , Richard Stone, Katherine Lubar, Russell Chater , Chris Koning, Tom Wilmott , Nathan Eastwood, Bob London, Ting Ting Cheng, Danilo Murru, Arina Orlova, , James Tebbutt , Blair Zaye, Augustine Coll, Paul Hill, Constance Slaughter, Annabel Tilley, David Gomez Maestre, Amyhyejung Shin, Fabio Lattanzi Antinori, Shona Davies, David Monaghan, Kevin Green , Andrew Salgado, Jess Wilson, Jboy, Anja Jane, Rachel Eardley,Lara Hardwood ,Helen Lang, ARTHOUSE, Daniel Locke,Liz Toole,Anthony Peters, Phil Sheffield, James Brown, Trent Sidharrta, World of Moose, Jennifer Camilleri, Helen Musselwhite, Martin Grover , Angie Crowe, Piers Secunda, Chad Macfalene, Amy Wicks, Natalie Taylor, Phillip Osbourne, Michael Vanderson, Anja Jane, Peter Sylveire, Jboy, Elod Beregszazi, Andrew Johnson, Hannah Marie Luxton, Michael Cranston, Mychael Barratt, Lou Trigg, Suzy Taylor, Robin Clare, Ros Shiers, Gavin Edwards, Karen Lockhart......e
With new work from the likes of ANTHONY PETERS, CELYN BRAZER, EMILY FORGOT, HENNIE HAWORTH, LUKE WHITTAKER, MALIKA FAVRE, PAUL BOMMER and many more. All prints will be for sale, ranging from a recession friendly £35 to pricier pieces. Specialising in work from illustrators, designers and street artists, this is the perfect place to get your Christmas presents. Theres also a special Bag a Bag scheme being launched, where with the purchase on one of the new artists' prints, you get a specially designed and signed tote bag from the artist.
If you want to go to the private view,Friday 18th 6pm email email@example.com.
Saturday and Sunday Dec 19th & 20th, 11am-6pm
Friday, 20 November 2009
If you find in yourself Berlin this Sunday you need to be heading over to the Project Room / Schönhauser Allee 8 / Berlin-Mitte / Saturday, November 21, 2009, 7-10 pm brought to you by Circle Culture Gallery
Marco Grassi strikingly proves that street art is no longer a homogenous art form that is easily to apprehend or to describe. Borders are floating. In the mid-1990s Grassi was a main protagonist of the Italian street art underground, but simultaneously studied fine arts at the Brera academy in Milan. In his art he amalgamates found footage and objects from daily life with gestures lent by Abstract Expressionism; he performs virtuosity with all painterly media. In an enduring inner dialog and with painting itself he produces his imagery. Why he addresses himself with the pseudonym “Pho” like a Vietnamese noodle soup, you can ask him directly. Marco Grassi visits our friends from Project Room for a live painting session.
POW opens it's doors for December with The Fiesta Resistance.
With new prints, Pinatas & loads of tropical South American flair it's a great place to let the sunshine in on these hurricane days.
Dec 4th - 23rd. Pictures On Walls Open 11 - 5 Monday to Friday, 11 - 4 Sunday.
Ground Floor, 46/48 Commercial Street, London, E1 6LT.
Whats this you say, loads of Rockerbilly chicks on Rollerskates knocking the shit out of one another in Bethnal Green this Saturday. I'm there!!!!
Next Bout: November 21st versus Birmingham Blitz Dames - Get your ticket now!
The Birmingham Blitz Dames are coming down to Londontown for some pre xmas roller derby action vs London Rockin' Rollers!
Sat 21st November doors at 4pm first bout at 5pm.
York Hall, Bethnal Green, London E29PJ
The Rockin' Rollers are determined to dethrone recently crowned #2 team in the UK, while Birmingham are sure to be looking to blitz the Londoners on their home turf. These two teams have not met on the track since 2007 where the Blitz Dames won by a single point.
Thursday, 19 November 2009
LAB's latest print with The Prodigy V's K-Guy sneaky peak. It's Gonna be in three fluro colourways and only 25 of each, printed onto Black somerset paper. Launching beginning of December 09. K-Guy has one special edition, printed on an old school desk & lovingly framed in his latest group show, The Lock Up on Eastcastle Street W1. Launch night Tonight.
Friday, 13 November 2009
The Thousands group show curated by Vandalog at the Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PQ. Free entrance Wed 18th - 22nd Nov Thurs 11am-9pm, Fri 11am-5pm, Sat/Sun 11am-7pm. Opening Wed 6-10pm mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Featuring work from Faile, Banksy, KAWS, Shepard Fairey, Swoon, Herakut, and Barry McGee
Michael “RJ” Rushmore is the founder of Vandalog, a blog highly respected and widely known throughout the contemporary art world. Curating his first exhibition called “The Thousands.” To accompany the show RJ has written “The Thousands: Painting Outside, Breaking In.” The exhibition will feature original work by some of the top names in street art. Many of the works have come from private collections, but several pieces have been provided directly by the artists participating in the show.
RJ’s endevour. “The Thousands” is an attempt to show the art world and the public that there are great works of art within the sphere of “street” and that these artists deserve a place in art history.
Inkie, Will Barras, Eine & David Walker are just some of names taking part in this off the wall sculpture show. Squarity’s two-word brief ‘Bas Relief’, or low-relief gives the artist's an opportunity to show their more sculptured side. Runs until the 20th November 12-6pm daily, Free.
limited pieces will be available for purchase.
Blackall Studios, 73 Leonard Street, London EC2A 4QS
Unlucky for some, this Friday 13th show at the PE gallery is sure to buck the trend. Get yourself on down to the opening night, tonight. For great art and drinks look no further.
Pure Evil Gallery, 108 Lenard Street London Open 6pm onwards.
Keep your eyes peeled for news of the Christmas 09 Group Show 03.12.09 - 20.12.09
Featuring all new works as well as exclusive print releases from Stolen Space's favourite notorieties and a few new faces for a taste of things to come in the new year. Confirmed artist list to be posted to the Stolen Space site soon.
Thursday, 12 November 2009
This one looks very cool indeed, reckon an instant sellout. Good luck if your going for it fingers on buzzers. Burmese Monk” is an 18″ x 24″ screenprint, has an edition of 450, and will be $45. It goes up today (Thursday, November 12th) at a random time. Visit ObeyGiant.com.
Check Out Don's Crying Queen as featured in the BBC Documentary Brought up by Booze
At point 26 minutes 35 seconds into Documentary (26'-35") its hanging on the wall.
a real 'Bitter Sweet' piece.
Miss Bugs have a print release today at 17.00 GMT
The are releasing two versions Stencil & Silkscreen print onto stained Oak Veneer and Aluminium, both editions of 25 and priced at £205 each. Get em while you can.
A certain number will be available as sets online.
Each print will vary a little depending on which one of the is printing
and they reckon it's impossible to find 2 bits of veneer the same!
Each piece is definitely unique...
Oh Death launches a new night in Dalston on the 5th of December featuring a night of musical hidden treasures and guilty pleasures spanning the past five decades.
DJing on the night will be Jim Sharp (Hear Nu Evil, Mookie), The J&D Sessions (Pin Up) and Oh-Death. We will be playing a selection of old skool hip-hop, nu-disco, bumpin' house, electronica and rock.
Check out the event for more details:
Wednesday, 11 November 2009
Our friends from OTP present 'It's Grim Up North'
an exhibition of works and installations by ONE TRICK PONY in association with Stussy UK and Gimme5.
This is the first time the public will be able to see the OTP artists work together in a collective show. Their current line-up of artists and designers deliver an array of contemporary artwork/illustration on canvas, digital print, motion graphics/animation and 3-d installation.
The REEBOK Lounge Gallery 6-8 Great Eastern Street, London EC2A 3NT
Thursday 3rd Dec-Friday 8th January Viewing by appointment only, contact:email@example.com
PREVIEW RECEPTION weds 2nd Dec 6pm-10pm RSVP:firstname.lastname@example.org
OTP will be celebrating the exhibition launch with a limited edition collaborative tee with Stussy UK available on the night.
Music on the night from DJ's PART2, Charlee Brown and KidKanevil.
Get down to the Reebok Lounge, Shoreditch for the FBBB Art Exhibition and Wrap Party Tomorrow from 7pm to check out some amazing artwork and live music from True Ingredients, Mr Basista and Ivory all washed down with some free beer from Tiger.
The party continues with the FBBB Soundsystem DJing at The Hoxton Pony until late.
Its all free entry but guestlist to the exhibition only! Email names and RSVP to email@example.com before the end of today.
Check out the details here:
If you still haven't, head on down to the Pumphouse Gallery London to celebrate the memory of the now expired favorite Polaroid film.
Featuring:- Nobuyoshi Araki , Rut Blees Luxemburg , Guy Bourdin , Tim Braden, Roe Ethridge , Walker Evans, Richard Hamilton, David Hockney, André Kertész , John Latham, Robert Mapplethorpe, Jonathan Monk, Lisa Oppenheim , Lucas Samaras , Michael Snow, Juergen Teller , Andy Warhol, Wim Wenders
Show runs until 13 December 2009.
Pump House Gallery
Battersea Park, London
From the lyrics of OutKast’s pop anthem Hey Ya to clues laid out for the amnesiac protagonist in Christopher Nolan’s film Memento, the Polaroid has had a significant impact on contemporary culture. ‘Shake It: An instant History of the Polaroid’ brings to light some of the more intriguing and innovative examples in the history of the Polaroid photograph, exploring its cultural significance and the diversity of its applications. Besides work by some of the most important artists working with the medium, the show will also include Polaroids from other diverse professions and disciplines such as forensics, archaeology, medicine, filmmaking and fashion, as well as those of amateurs and enthusiasts.
Many of the works in this exhibition have never been shown in the UK before such as Michael Snow’s play on the immediacy of the image, Authorization, the mutilated, distorted, blurred self portraits by Lucas Samaras, who discovered the malleability of the format’s wet dyes and Guy Bourdin’s intimate, small-scale surreal visions.
Other highlights include David Hockney’s large composite Polaroid Nicholas Wilder Studying Picasso. Los Angeles 24th March 1982, which references the stylisation and methods of the cubists, Andy Warhol’s still-lifes of perfume bottles and shoes; the photographs that an avid shoe collector sticks on to her shoeboxes for ease of identification; portraits of Richard Hamilton who, since 1968, has invited artist friends including Warhol, Francis Bacon, Robert Rauschenberg and Man Ray to photograph him; Polaroids of casting sessions from leading model agency Storm; Araki's suggestively sumptuous flower pictures, and the film made by Charles and Ray Eames’s in 1972 advertising the legendary leather panelled SX-70 model.
With the last batch of Polaroid film set to expire in October 2009, ‘Shake It’ is a timely exhibition that captures the aesthetic, conceptual and practical potential of an iconographic photographic format that is on the verge of extinction.
Tuesday, 10 November 2009
Death By Daylight present The Lock Up.
A selection of stunning works made available from the most prolific, cutting edge &
controversial artists of our generation including:
NICK WALKER, GOLDIE, JEF AEROSOL, EELUS, MAU MAU, INKIE, BEEJOIR, JAMIE REID, K-GUY DAVID WHITTAKER, BEN MOORE, PAM GLEW, RYCA, STEDHEAD, PROLE, FIN DAC, SPANNA
Fri 20th - Thursday 10th Dec. Open Mon-Sun til 7pm.
The Lock Up, Eastcastle House, 27-28 Eastcastle Street, W1W 8DH
Our friend Stick has put together a great show with live painting in Mile End's brand spanking new 'Arts Pavilion'.
Show is open each Wednesday to Sunday from 12-6 pm, Wednesday 4th November – Sunday 29th November. Mile End closest Tube.
The Arts Pavilion, Mile End Park, London E3 5BH
Silhouettes with spray-cans glinting in the darkness have long journeyed through the East End to the austere walls of the rail arches in Mile End, an underground showcase of underground art.
Now, in broad daylight, the elegant new Mile End Arts Pavilion opens its doors to some of the most notorious graffiti artists in East London.
This unique venue offers the opportunity for you, the viewer to observe from behind glass or get down and dirty with the artists painting LIVE! (Protective masks are available on the door)
Each week will feature a new wave of artists, sourced locally with a smattering of special guest painters.
Monday, 9 November 2009
Jarvis Cocker's Installation at Old Street's Village Underground, includes a wild & varied timetable over the three day residency. With our favorite 'Pure Evil' heading up the live art master class on Monday & Tuesday. Bunk off work grab your hula hoop and get on over!!!!
Mon 9th Nov - Wed 11th Nov. Free! check timetable to get it to what you want.
Band play live Wed night, ticket only!!
RCA Secret is an annual exhibition and sale of original postcard-sized art, made by professional artists, designers and illustrators, plus the Royal College of Art’s current postgraduate students.
This year’s exhibition of over 2,000 pieces includes work by the renowned artists Gerhard Richter, Bill Viola, Julian Opie and Grayson Perry.
Open at the Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7 2EU from Friday 13 November until Friday 20 November 11-6pm, 11-8pm on Thursday 19 November. Free admission.
The postcards are signed only on the reverse, so the author of each work remains a secret until after purchase, and the signature on the back is revealed.
Over 800 artists have donated work to RCA Secret 2009 so far, including Yoko Ono, Cornelia Parker, David Bailey, former Stone Roses guitarist John Squire, and animator Nick Park, as well as fashion designers Sir Paul Smith, Manolo Blahnik and Erdem. Many leading American artists have also contributed this year including Lawrence Weiner, John Baldessari and Alex Katz.
The cards, priced just £40 each, will be sold to the public in a huge one-day Sale on Saturday 21 November, 8am-6pm. You must register in advance of the Sale.
Robert Crumb, otherwise known as R. Crumb, is one of the leading figures of the 1966/ 67 underground comic movement. Philadelphia-born Crumb exploded onto the scene in the late 60's, heralding a renaissance of underground sex and drug comics. His LSD-inspired characters Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural quickly established him as a counter-culture icon.
27th of October 2009 – Scream Gallery, 34 Bruton Street W1J 6QX
The exhibition will feature all the iconic characters including; Fritz the Cat and Mr. Natural. Frisky Fritz the Cat is up to his old tricks in 'Fritz the No-Good'. An original drawing for the cover of Motorcity Comics features a typically Amazonian Crumb woman, putting the boot into a bulky New York cop. His rendering of a 'girl commando' has a visceral impact as she shouts Join the world - family revolution or die!!! A drawing of legendary singer and comic book fan Janis Joplin, singing into a phallic microphone, is printed on a sheet of acid tabs and signed by Timothy Leary.
"I had this big change in 1965 and 66 and it was visionary you know. I took this weird drug. Supposedly it was LSD but it had a really weird effect where it made my brain all fuzzy...I started getting these images of cartoon characters I'd never seen before, and drawing these stream of consciousness comic strips." Robert Crumb
Crumb's iconic character 'Mr. Natural' is featured in "on the bum again", a strip where a cowgirl lasso's him, sits on top of him and demands 'Just tell me real quick what the secret of the Universe is". This interest in the universe illustrates his spiritual leanings, which have come to the foreground with the recent international publication of his latest and most epic project - an illustration of The book of Genesis. Hardcore fans may be surprised by his new topic, although this time it's not a satire, it's a beautiful depiction of the Bible in the mould of William Blake that he created over a period of 5 years, in isolation in a shepherd's hut in rural France. The original Genesis pages will be on display in The Bible Illuminated: R. Crumb's book of Genesis at the Hammer Museum in LA from 24 October 2009 to 7 February 2010. Crumb was raised as a Catholic and admits that he believes in God, and spiritual forces in the Universe. Maybe the psychedelic sex-obsessed Crumb of the 60's and 70's has mellowed in his old age.
The exhibition at Scream Gallery will be part of Comica, the London International Comics Festival, which takes place at the Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) from 5-26 November.
ROBERT CRUMB EXHIBITION
12th of October 2009
Symbollic Collection are proud to present Robert Crumb 'Uncovered' from the 12th November - 12th December 2009.