1000 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 USA
December 20, 2008
TIME: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
To celebrate the holidays and the spirit of giving, 1AM is proud to
present the "6th Street Beautification" exhibition. 1AM is donating a
percentage of proceeds from all art sales to City Crossroads Community
Center. Established in 1984, Crossroads, located in the heart of the
city at 6th Street, is a place where SF youth can get off the streets
and just be "kids" again rather than dealing with the pressures of the
Gifted City Crossroads youth and members such as Camer1, Dennis
Bullock, and Micronaut will be exhibiting their art alongside other
local fine and urban artists. All the art will be affordable so come
support the 6th Street Beautification with 1AM as we close out our
groundbreaking year. As an added bonus, DJ Spinner D will be bringing
you the soundtrack to the night with guest MC Cause.
Don't miss this chance to beautify your life with some art and the
SOMA community center with your support!
The show opens on Dec 20th and runs through Feb 7th.
City Crossroads Community Center:
As many San Franciscans know, the Sixth Street corridor is a hard
place to live, or even drive through for that matter. Drug abuse,
alcohol abuse, the dealing of narcotic substances, prostitution and
many other crimes are very evident in this area. What many don't know
is that it is also a place where hundreds of youth and children
reside. While most suburb children can play in their backyard with
their friends or go to the park after school, the inner city does not
provide many of these types of amenities. This is where City
Crossroads Community Center comes in to play.
Established in 1984, Crossroads is place where kids can get off the
streets and just be "kids" again rather than dealing with the
pressures of the streets. It provides a safe environment where
children and youth can play pool, basketball, video games, and many
other activities. They can get help with homework, learn instruments,
and immerse themselves in art. They get to go on field trips taking
them out of the city, which for many is something that they experience
for the first time. Crossroads is a place where they can seek counsel
from the staff that loves them unconditionally. It is a place that
believes in hope and healing in a neighborhood that is hurting.
Visalia CA: December 20, 2008
Palabras No Pistolas
AEROSOL ART SHOW
Vancouver Canada: December 19, 2008
A group art showing at Chapel Arts Friday, December 19th 2008
Featuring original artworks by....The Dark, Ashley Montague, Peter Taylor,
Mark Anderson, Reno, Virus, Dedos, Milan Basic, Don Sutton, Jeremy Crowle, Gabe
Stone, Neal Nolan, Mike Burnside, Joel Loewen, Aneurin Tye, Alison Lilly
painting by several artists, live music, plus food and drink!
304 Dunlevy Street (two blocks east of Main at Cordova)
Thursday Dec. 18th, 2008
8pm - 2am
Live Music, Live Body Art, Get Live!
With Live Performances By Mellow Man Ace & Kid Frost
DJs Lime Green and Izzy
Id and Ariano (Technicali)
Cookbook and Uno Mas (LA Symphony)
Wackoe and Melissa B (Sickside Army)
Featuring the beautiful models of Girls Gone Graff
For your visual stimuli, art gallery and live body painting by
CAB LOD - CALE K2S - CRE8 RTN - FEAR DCV
PAKA I2W - MILES UTI - PHIB SKA - PLEK WAI
PRYER UTI - STEAM I2W
245 Pine Ave. Long Beach, CA 90802
21 and over
Early arrival suggested
$15.00 at door
$10.00 with flyer (computer copy okay)
to print out flyer
front bar room/ top 40
electro and mash ups
dress fashionably: no gang attire or white tees
Investment quality old-school graffiti art (Crash, Daze, Futura, Rammellzee, Haring, etc.) and a few interesting street artists' pieces too (Mr A, L'Atlas, Blek le Rat, etc.). Martha Cooper has some photos in it as well.
Los Angeles (Santa Monica) CA: December 13 - 20, 2008
Join world famous graffiti artist RISK from
The Seventh Letter and friend of
GuerillaOne, at his first ever-exclusive gallery show. All new pieces,
from wood canvas to wall art, RISK pushes the limit and experiments with
various styles you have never seen done in graffiti art.
In a career spanning twenty-six years, graffiti artist RISK has
impacted the evolution of street writing as an artform in Los Angeles
and worldwide. RISK pushed the limits further than any L.A. graffiti
writer had ever gone before by bombing – what would later be referred to
in the graffiti world as a "heaven" – on freeway overpasses and other
highly visible spots throughout the city gaining major notoriety for his
unique style. At the peak of his career he took graffiti from the
streets and into the gallery with the launch of the Third Rail series of
art shows; he later parlayed the Third Rail brand into the first
authentic line of graffiti-inspired clothing.
In describing this exhibition, RISK states:
"Twenty-Six is a collection of letters that I painted as if I were
painting on the streets, using what paint and materials I had in my
studio, while making sure they all had the movement and the energy of
good old-school graffiti. It is a celebration of where I'm at today and
where I have come from. Twenty-six letters of the alphabet, twenty-six
years; I can’t think of a better way to define myself and my view of
Contemplating the arc of his career, RISK attributes his success to
something deep inside him. “I think I was the first to do a lot of stuff
because I was competitive. I always wanted to take things one step
2525 Michigan Avenue
Santa Monica, CA 90404
A partir do próximo sábado, exibição de arte na Casa de quem.
Saturday! art exhibition - 13.12 a 17.01
Casa de Quem!
Rua Peixoto Gomide, 192
segunda a sábado
Das 10hs às 20hs
+ 55-11- 3257-5626
Tucson AZ: December 13, 2008
Winta Fresh 3
San Francisco CA: December 13, 2008
1AM SF gallery presents...
MEAR ONE STRIKES BACK
1AM SF Gallery
1000 Howard Street
San Francisco, CA 94103 USA
December 13, 2008
TIME: 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Mear One's art has been his main weapon to reach out and change, or at
least speak about something real. This is your last chance to check
out his latest work and witness "The Fine Art Ascension of a Graffiti
Legend" (JUXTAPOZ 10/07). The closing exhibition highlights the live
painting adventures and voice of the incredibly talented artist. Peer
into his mind through his canvases, limited prints, posters, T-shirts,
and the release of his latest DVD. This show will feature an encore
live painting done by the infamous artist himself.
"Life should be lived artistically, every second. I'm going to share
my experiences in that moment and pull something out of it to reinvest
in the next and every next moment of life"
- Mear One -
To celebrate the historic publication of
The Elms Lesters Book
a major group exhibition featuring paintings by Adam Neate, Anthony Lister,
Andrew McAttee, Boris Tellegen (Delta), Futura, James Marshall (Dalek),
José Parlá, Mark Dean Veca, Phil Frost, Ron English, Snug,
Space Invader, Stash and WK Interact will take place between
Recoat are supporting an event that has been organised by Fusion to
raise money for The Princes Trust. It is an exhibition of work from
street artists, illustrators and graphic artists from across the UK with
100 Eastvale Place
the participating artists have shown with us, including ELPH,
Klingatron, Ruefive and Rogueone. Theres going to be exhibitions,
auctions, raffles, live painting and more, think it will be a sweet show
and will be a great way to support a hard working charity.
The exhibition will be open to the public on Sat 6th and Sun 7th
12-5pm- admission £5 in advance or £7 on the door, £3.50 for under 18s
On Sat 6th December there will be a launch event open to the public
where you can view and buy work from the exhibition, watch the live
painting from ELPH, SMUG, GAZMAC, ESTUM, KLINGATRON, SOUL RELICS, SYRKUS
and REKOR and bid on the work created in a live auction. Admission- £10
(over 18s only- ID required).
An exhibition featuring an exclusive mix of limited hand printed urban art by LA's most influential up and coming artists. In this digital age where duplication and reproduction are common place, old school style hand printed artwork will bring back the appeal for hand crafted art.
There will be many limited edition prints for sale and on display for the rest of the month of December.
Live hand-printing by Two Rabbits.
With a live set performed by DJ Phyz Ed spinning jams the entire night.
Show runs through Dec. 28th
*The exhibit will also be part of the Downtown Artwalk by and will have Live Hand Printing by Two Rabbits on Thursday December 11th from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Featured Artists: 14Bolt, 2 Cents, 20mg, Adam Hathorn, Ako, Atick, Billy
Bishop, Blinky, Branded, Brandy Flower, Cat Cult, Contra one, Dash
"2000" Fidel, David Flores, DKNG, Deadmundo, Demon Slayer, Drool,
EnikOne, Euth, Favianna Rodriguez, Gaso, Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca,
Jaber, Jerm, Jesus Barraza, John Carr, Join the Surveillance, Karen
Fiorito, Logo, Mear One, Mad 66, Mad One, Marco Rached, Mas, Max Neutra,
Melanie Cervantes, Naut, Never, Otis, Political Gridlock, Project
Rabbit, Ra, Rkoil, Repent One, Septerhed, Shark Toof, Sherm, Slick,
Smear, Smog, Sub, Tuner, Vyal, WERC, Wizard, and more.
110 Winston St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
ph | 213-627-8272
Los Angeles CA: December 6, 2008
Also Known As
San Jose CA: December 5, 2008
Indecent Exposure Gallery
114 East Santa Clara St
San Jose Ca. 95113
Dec 5th 2008
It is a Free event.
Bristol UK: December 5 - 23, 2008
To celebrate its first birthday Guerrilla Galleries is having an
unfeasibly fashionable show - and you've got an invite.
At the opening party knees-up that kicks off on 5th December at 7pm,
there'll be a for-one-night-only-never-to-be-repeated birthday edition
live screen print signed and numbered in your presence and oof it'll be
live painting, live print making, lots of artwork for sale at
affordable prices, pass the parcel and pin the tail on the donkey. The
last two were made up. Unless someone brings a donkey.
Artwork on show (and for sale) include new works from Ghostboy, Sums,
Inkie, 45 RPM, plus a massive and awesome installation piece by Ziml -
sections of which will be available to buy on the opening night at a
discounted price. Jim Starr, Cheba and 3rd Eye's art will also be up for
grabs. Ideal for Christmas presents, right kids?
"I was too drunk to remember my own first birthday, so I'm quite
looking forward to this one," slurred gallery owner Julian Monaghan, in
his especially shaved birthday suit, which is a tad more wrinkled than
As it's close to Christmas and a birthday celebration too, Satan's
little helpers will hand out the mulled lager and slices of the fairy
liquid cake. If you're lucky yule get stuffed.
This show will sadly be the last show at Guerrilla Galleries current
space but will open it's doors at a new venue in the new year... watch
this space for updates.
We will be having more than 64 zore paintings, drawings and prints and an
installation painted live during the event. Most of the small pieces
will be for sale for $100 and under so come early.
"The show must go on"
from 10-till we will be having a benefit for both
"54b and 2ndflr galleries" $5 bucks to get in after 10pm with DJs
spinning vinyl and mcees on the mic. Come for the art and stay for the
party. All of the work will be for sale during both events so take
advantage of this rare moment.
Westbury NY: December 5, 2008
Goons & Bots
Friday, December 5, Phetus will reveal his latest collection of
cutting-edge work to the public. From 7 to 11 p.m.
Phetus will be
showcasing his work to not only those savvy enough to have been
following him since his debut in 1988, but also those who only wish they
were cool enough to say they knew this guy years ago. Raised on Long
Island, home to some of the most influential artists in the rap
community such as Busta Rhymes, Public Enemy, and De La Soul, Phetus
says he started out during ìthe golden era when rap was good and urban
art really took off.
His art combines bold, street-style elements with
classic designs and the latest trends in pop art and culture to create
fun, funky, and wacky works of art that artists such as LL Cool J,
Ludacris, and Naughty by Nature have been wearing on custom clothing
made by Phetus for years.
Scion’s National Art Tour INSTALLATION 5: Self Portraits
On Friday, December 5, the Installation tour opens in Miami during the world- renowned Art Basel the largest art event in North America. Each year Miami celebrates Art Basel by playing host to galleries, art collectors, artists, dealers, curators, critics and art enthusiasts from around the world. All of the Installation artists will have the opportunity to attend and take advantage of the opportunities that Art Basel offers.
This year each artist was asked to create his or her literal, or non-literal interpretation of the theme 'Self-Portraits' for Installation 5. Video art will be included for the first time in the tour’s five-year history, alongside painting and photography. Artists on the tour will include: AJ Fosik (3-D painting), Alex Hornest (painting), Andrew Schoultz (painting), Andy Howell (painting), Angela Boatwright (photography), Asylm (painting), Blek le Rat (painting), Christina M. Felice (photography), Codak (painting), David Choe (video art), Edwin Ushiro (painting), El Yem (video art), Eriberto Oriol (photography), Eye One (photography), Francesco LoCastro (painting), French (painting), Geoff Oki (video art), Ian Lynam (video art), J. Shea (painting), Jamel Shabazz (photography), Jeff Soto (painting), Kelsey Brookes (painting), Kofie (painting), Lisa Alisa (painting), Logan Hicks (photography), Mark Mothersbaugh (rug), Nicholas Harper (painting), Patrick Martinez (painting), Peter Beste (photography), RETNA (painting), Rick Rodney (photography), Rob Abeyta Jr. (painting), Ron English (painting), Saber (photography), Sage Vaughn (painting), Skypage (painting),Something In The Universe (video), Souther Salazar (painting), Stormie Mills (painting), Tessar Lo (painting), Too Tall Jahmal (photography), Usugrow (painting), Will Barras (painting), Yoskay Yamamoto (painting) and more. As the tour travels,more artists will be added to the roster.
The final tour stop will be at Scion’s own 4,200 square foot Installation L.A. gallery space where all artwork will be auctioned off to the public, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go toward art-related charities and non-profits. Last year’s Installation 4 tour raised over $50,000 on behalf of Art From Scrap, an organization encouraging creative expression in the arts and promoting a greater understanding of environmental issues. Over the last four years Scion’s Installation tour has raised more than $190,000 for art-related non-profit organizations.
To RSVP for the Miami events and for more information on the tour,
the artists, the artwork and details from past tours please visit:
Wynwood Arts District
2135 NW 1st Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
December 4th VIP & Press Preview 10am – 4pm
2pm panel discussion "Outsiders to Insiders: How contemporary street artists are moving from outside the establishment to major galleries, auction houses and museums."
featuring Pablo Aravena (Filmmaker, "NEXT: A Primer on Urban Painting"), Tate Dougherty (Director of Contemporary Art, Bonhams New York), iO (Publisher, Overspray Magazine), Roadsworth (Artist) moderated by Seth Carmichael (Co-Owner, Carmichael Gallery)
December 5th Official Party 8pm – Midnight
Ticket prices for non Gen Art members are $20 General Admission and $40 VIP.
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is pleased to announce their
participation in the Gen Art Vanguard New Contemporary Art Fair in
Miami, FL this December. With a lineup featuring artists from their 2009
exhibition calendar, this show reflects the growing prominence of
Carmichael Gallery in the world of emerging international contemporary
art. Artists from six different countries will present new works on
paper, canvas, wood and found objects in a variety of media.
Artists: Alex Hornest, Charming Baker, Chris Stain, Dan Baldwin,
Eine, Fefe Talavera, Flavio Samelo, Flip, Guy Denning, Hush, Ian Strawn,
Know Hope, Labrona, Mark Jenkins, Sesper, Sixeart, Thais Beltrame, The
London Police and Will Barras
Miami: December 4 - 7, 2008
Chris Daze Ellis
Miami: December 4 - 7, 2008
PRIMARY FLIGHT 2008
BLACKBOOKS in association with SPINELLO GALLERY, LANDSEA VENTURES,
and SABOTAZ are proud to present PRIMARY FLIGHT 2008.
Once again graff writers and street artists hit the Wynwood streets
in Miami's second installment of the internationally acclaimed, site
specific, street level, mural installation. This years exhibition
features 40 of today's most respected graffiti artists local and abroad,
curated by BOOKSIIII, Lynn Yohana Howard, Logan Hicks, and Anthony
Spinello. Maps outlining the street installation will be available for
download online at primaryflight.com and on location in the wynwood
streets. Graffiti has come a long way from the back seats of police
cars to gracing the walls of the worlds greatest collections and
museums. Primary Flight's original concept and soul purpose is to
provide these artists with outdoor, concrete wall space, allowing them
free reign to install their art as they see fit - back into graffiti's
original environment - in what is arguably its most appealing
Admir Jahic, Asylm, Agustina Woodgate, Billy Mode, Blackbooks, Blek
Le Rat, Boxi, Brian Sensebe, Chris Stain, Crome, Cruise, Dare, Daryll
Peirce, David Choe, Depoe, Dolla, El Mac, Ewok, Frerk, Kenton Parker,
Kofie, Logan Hicks, Marc C. Woehr, Mike De Feo, MSG, Brandon Opalka,
Peter Fuss, Retna, Revok, Reyes, Ron English, Saber, Santiago Rubino,
SRTA of She Kills He, Siner, Stefan Strumbel, Typoe, Will Barras.
ACROSS REWRITING. Una collettiva "ridotta" dedicata al mondo graffiti
writing e street art.
Inaugurazione martedì 2 dicembre '08 ore 19.
In mostra fino al 7 gennaio 2009.
Orario: lunedì/sabato, ore 18.00/01.00.
Circolo Culturale AMANTES
via Principe Amedeo 38/A
Lo sviluppo di una ricerca personale si trasforma in una mostra
collettiva alla ricerca di autori sospesi nel mondo graffiti
writing/street art. Dopo il successo della prima edizione nel 2007 con
la partecipazione di 78 artisti del nord Italia, quest‚anno ACROSS
REWRITING si concentra sul fenomeno piemontese allargato a pochi inviti
dal nord Italia e dalla Spagna. Oltre cinquanta partecipanti tra i più
attivi in Piemonte si presentano in uno spazio/tela di 30 x 30 cm.
ciascuno. Difficile usare lo spray a mano libera sulla superficie
ridotta (anche se i più virtuosi non possono farne a meno) si
prediligono acrilici, mascherine, resine, colle, sticker e carta, con, a
volte, una deriva verso la pittura "pura" e meno "street".
La mostra collettiva ridotta ACROSS REWRITING è promossa ed ospitata,
grazie al contributo Regione Piemonte, dal circolo culturale AMANTES a
Torino, uno spazio al confine tra galleria d'arte e locale di svago
fondato nel 1996, dove è possibile dialogare con gli autori davanti a un
bicchiere e in modo informale.
ACROSS REWRITING è un percorso di avvicinamento a "REWRITING '09", la
quarta edizione di una rassegna sempre rivolta al fenomeno graffiti
writing / street art ma performativa. Si svolgerà tra marzo e aprile e
darà modo ai visitatori di ammirare gli artisti all'opera.
ACROSS REWRITING inaugura in un periodo di confusione generale, in cui i
politici promettono ai writers la galera (Berlusconi) e poi li
sdoganano: «Le scritte sui muri sono la lingua dei popoli, da
bacchettoni colpirle» (Bossi), dove la Normale di Pisa mette vincoli dei
Beni Culturali a certe scritte del Sessantotto e Sgarbi propone a Bossi
il vincolo anche per "La Lega ce l'ha duro" (Fonte: La Stampa. 6.11.08).
A Torino, di questo passo, metteremo a tutela "Forza Toro" e "poverini".
A cura di Roberto TOS
In galleria :
108, Assi1, bR1, CT, Dab1 (KNZ Clan), Dade (TNG2), Deder AKA Crea, Deep (KNZ Clan), Dhemo, Dolo (Artefatti Familia), Dott. Grangetti, Dub (Monkeys Evolution), El Euro (i Savoia), Etnik, Galo, Gec, Hide (KNZ Clan), Il numero 13, Jaman (KNZ Clan), Julieta xlf, Karim (Artefatti Familia), Kora (BOC), Kurz, L, LaMega, Mach!505 (Truly Design), Malamalaka, Mammellatore (UAO, Offz crew), Mauro 149 (Truly Design), Mr. Fijodor (Opiemme), Mr.Wany (Heavy Artillery, GBF, PDB, PUF), Ninja 1 (Truly Design), Paaaolo, Phob (Heartist), Pixelpancho, Pseudo (Monkeys Evolution), Rabodiga, Refreshink (Spruzzer), Rems 182 (Truly Design), Reser (TOT), Riccardo (Il cerchio e le gocce), Seacreative (Spruzzer, ABG), Shirk (KNZ Clan), Sir Two (TOT), Skià (Heartist), Spider (TOT), SR, Take514 (Monkeys Evolution), Tale (UAO), The Dulk, Ufo 5, Useless Idea, Wubik (BOC), Xeno (TNG2), Zorkmade,
Non esiste più nulla. Tutto cambia. Si evolve. Quello che un tempo era pericoloso, oggi è diventato innocuo e venduto alle masse. L'urgenza espressiva invece è sempre in divenire. Fluttua e i suoi confini vengono continuamente ridefiniti. Sicuramente si nutre di fantasia e la fantasia non è altro che un aspetto della memoria svincolata dall’ordine del tempo e dello spazio. Forse è per questo che chi si sente artista vive sempre diviso tra sogno e realtà. Ma la domanda sorge spontanea: Oggi, esiste ancora l’arte? Pop Disaster, non vuole rispondere a questo quesito. Pop Disaster, nasce per dare risalto ad una grande quantità di spunti creativi in conflitto tra loro. Per dare valore a fenomeni anomali. Per dimostrare che il contenuto ha il sopravvento sulla forma. Per dimostrare che la vera arte è gioco e che non ci sono leggi precise per vivere nuove esperienze sensoriali legate alla nostra cultura. Pop Disaster, dimostra che l’atto creativo è al centro del mondo e che se cerchi consolazione nelle cose durevoli, Pop Disaster ti cambierà la vita!
Houston TX: Painting workshops - deadline December 13
CKC StART Street & Urban Arts is a Houston-based organization
collaborating with Aerosol Warfare Gallery whose mission is to promote
street, urban and alternative forms of art as a positive and creative
force in communities. Carolyn Casey AKA CarolynKC, founder and director,
has embraced city art scenes for over 15 years and now works with local
artists to raise awareness and appreciation of street and urban art.
CKC StART Street & Urban Arts offers a variety of services including,
but not limited to: creative layout and urban design services, digital
art, décor, urban entertainment, advertising and promotional materials
for events. As a community company to Aerosol Warfare Gallery, CKC
StART provides expertise in meeting the high demand for creative events
and planning in the field of street and urban art. CKC StART also
provides community outreach and education through a street and urban art
resource center and artistic development programs for all ages
led by successful local urban artists.
These workshops are geared for developing or beginner artists who are
interested in learning more about street and urban arts, culture and
Instructor: GONZO247 and Guest Artists
Workshops are held at:
Aerosol Warfare Gallery & Boutique
2110 Jefferson @ Hutchins, Suite 113
Houston TX 77003
NOVEMBER 29, 2008, opens 8-10pm
Luggage Store, 1007 Market Street
Sale to benefit The Bobby Hutton Foundation, organized by Sham
Saenz with work by: Emory Douglas, Swoon, Monica Canilao, Barry McGee, The
Date Farmers, Rigo 23, Shaun Odell, Trevor Paglin, Matt Gonzalez, Ricardo
Richey, Eve Ekman, Hilary Pecis and more.
Il Trifoglio Nero is pleased to announce a new exhibition of work by the
Parisian artist, L’Atlas, his first in Italy.
The gallery is publishing a comprehensive catalogue of the artist's work to
date to accompany the exhibition. It includes full illustrations and a text
by Parisian curator, Anne-Lou Vicente.
Il Trifoglio Nero is also publishing a limited edition, signed and numbered
(of 100) screen print of his performance at the Centre Pompidou in May 2008.
It is printed on Arches 88 paper (76 x 57 cm) and will be available to buy
online or by contacting the gallery, at the price of €240.
Available from Saturday, 15th November 2008.
Galleria Il Trifoglio Nero
Piazza Matteotti 80r
tel: +39 010 8592255 www.iltrifoglionero.com
Presso la Galleria Il Trifoglio Nero questo sabato la performance “ L’ATLAS D’UN MONDE L’AUTRE” : una bussola gigante in Piazza Matteotti
opera dell’artista parigino L’ATLAS”
Sabato 15 novembre 2008 alle ore 15 in Piazza Matteotti si terrà la performance “LATLAS D’UN MONDE L’AUTRE” dell’artista parigino “L’ATLAS”. L’evento è proposto dalla Galleria “IL Trifoglio Nero”, Piazza Matteotti 80r
http://www.iltrifoglionero.com e segna l’inaugurazione della mostra dello stesso artista presso la galleria che sarà aperta da sabato fino al 13 dicembre 2008.
L’ATLAS è un artista parigino che parte dall’arte di strada e, dopo 10 anni trascorsi a realizzare graffiti su “tutti i supporti che la città poteva offrirgli” ha intrapreso percorsi per nuovi tipi di materiali conservando l’interesse per la città, le sue strade, le mappe mentali necessarie per abitarla.
A Genova realizzerà, seconda performance di questo tipo dopo una per il Centre Pompidou nel maggio scorso, una sorta di bussola gigante “disegnata” con i materiali che l’artista utilizza su quasi tutta Piazza Matteotti.
La costruzione dell'opera si farà collettivamente. Infatti la gigantesca forma è formata da 500 singoli pezzi che le persone che vogliono partecipare possono prendere e posizionare, sotto la direzione dell’artista. Alla fine i diversi componenti dell'opera saranno distribuiti.
Chicago (Oak Park) IL: November - December 5, 2008
Chucho: Day of the Dead
Jesus "Chucho" Rodriguez's interpretation of El Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead, which has been a longtime Mexican celebration in honor of those that have passed.
We are open Monday - Saturday 11am to 9pm and Sunday 11am to 6pm. Call (708) 848-0901 for more information!
Montana Shop + Gallery Chicago | 417 West Harrison | Oak Park | IL | 60304
Oakland CA: November - December, 2008
JOYCE GORDON GALLERY
406 14th St.
Oakland CA 94612
Bilbao Spain: November - December 30, 2008
Exposicion: Brain vs Heart - Okuda
New York: November - December 21, 2008
THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
DIRECTIONS: Deitch Studios can be reached by taking either:
the E or V Train to the 23rd Street/Ely
the G train to LIC/Court Square or
the 7 train to 45 Road/Court House Square
Walk down 44th drive to the water's edge.
Deitch Studios is located on the left hand side.
We are open Thurs. - Sunday, 2-8pm.
opening reception - Thursday, November 6th, 2008 6pm - 9pm
Acclaimed Bronx graffiti writer Eric Orr is best known for being one of the originators of icon graffiti in the early 1980's. His icon, Robot Head, was so named by Keith Haring, with whom he collaborated on a variety of projects.
Lately, Orr has focused on using MTA subway maps and authentic subway car signs acquired directly from the transit system as texture behind his iconic pictograms. He mounts these signs on canvas and mason boards, adding items often found in the stations, from metro cards to trash to the ever present advertising signs.
Brooklyn artist Josh Goldstein captures New York City bodega and Coney Island signage, Chinese take-out menus, and other urban flotsam; he then blows the images apart and reconstructs them in his sculptural photo collages mounted on salvaged plywood. Inspired by the grit and decay of New York City, his work pays homage to the churning engine of the city.
At the opening reception, art collectors will be able to create their own works of art using Goldstein's blocks and his "U pick, I stick" method.
JLA BAXTER Gallery
123 Baxter St.
New York, NY 10013
+1 718 797 2557 janlarsenart.com
(2 blocks East of Lafayette St. @ Canal St.)
Vallejo CA: November 1 - December 30, 2008
Told You All I Was Making Sence
A solo exhibt of art featuring new works, installations and more by San
Francisco artist AKO.
Opening Reception - Saturday, November 1, 2008, 5pm - 2am
This exhibition is the artist's first solo show in more than 2 years
in his native San Francisco Bay Area. It will fill the gallery complex
with a large number of paintings on wood panels, mixed media works, ink
drawings on paper, new installations and a hand-painted sign
531 Georgia St
Vallejo, CA 94590 USA
Hours: 7 days a week, by appointment
195 Crystie Street, Suite 20
New York, NY USA (between Rivington & Stanton)
Friday, November, 28th
Time: 6-8 P.M.
Dasic is a self-taught graffiti artist from Santiago de Chile. A
dedicated patron of the art, his spray has taken him all over South
America, and his graf dots the map in cities such as Santiago,
Valparíso, Rancagua, Mendoza, Buenos Aires, Colonia de l Sacramento,
Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, and São Paulo, and more. Throughout his
career, he has collaborated with many other grafiteros and experimented
with a variety of painting techniques, giving him an eclectic and unique
He, along with a handful of other renowned graffiti artists from
around the globe, have been invited to exhibit a piece in the upcoming
APW Graffiti Expo, so please join me to support the promotion of
independent street art and the talented artists behind it!
Featuring Live Music from
Shitkickers + Stout City Rockers + Greg Camp of Smashmouth + Eagle Buckett
Denz One + Amend + RH + Rawket + ARMOgedon 2057 + AUKS
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 28, 2008
2nd Street, San Jose, CA
8pm | $12 before 10pm/$15 after| 21+
We have gathered street art frorm more than 60 street artists from around
the world, and will have an exhibition and then an auction of these
Artists: Dolk, Pøbel, Rene Gagnon, Terp, Mogul, 108, Zef, El Celso, Akay,
Orticanoodles, Elyasaf Kowner, Ignorancia, Dr. D, Bandit, Bonk, Nomad,
Klone, Funk 25, Difusor, Jef Aerosol, Dan23, Ripo, F-codes, Mr. Mucho,
Vihls, Ocosio, El Cartel, Ikkeno, Chris Stain, Know Hope, Snub, Ame 27,
Beth Granter, Arofish, John Grider, Is This You?, Luke Da Duke, The
lover, Rugman, Santy, Tek 13, Kinsey, Fremantle, Zevs, Kama, Goro,
Specio, Dave Warnke, Mon53, Zonenkinder, Senso, Strøk, John Fekner,
Royce Bannon, Sztuka Fabryka, Lunar, Veng (RWK), 3+1=4, Gaetanosk, The
5683, M-City, SixTen and Tagger Andersen
The auction will be on Sunday November 16th, and we
will accommodate both internet and phone bidding, so this auction is
available for everyone. All proceeds from the auction goes towards
arranging a concert called street art, which is an international
fundraising concert supporting the International Network of Street
Papers. For more information about bidding on the internet/over the
phone people can contact:
Los Angeles (Culver City) CA: now - November 29, 2008
Artists participating in the Big Geezers show include MORCKY TROUBLES (Italy), MISS RIEL (Iceland), GALO (Italy), WAYNE HORSE (Germany), PEZ (Spain), MINIVILA (Croatia), FLYING FORTRESS (Germany), and THE LONDON POLICE (U.K).
Morcky’s roots are in graffiti although he has experience with photography, animation and video. These days he keeps an eye on the interaction of his paintings and drawings with their surroundings including walls and elements in the streets. Morcky also enjoys playing with perspective. Galo painted nearly every surface imaginable: fat bellies and flat ones, old walls and young electricity boxes, toilets and fences, ceilings and floors, canvas, wood, bikes and cars…sometimes he gets carried away. Obsessed with drawing, Horse loves to create situations, rather than whole stories, in a wide range of media. He leaves space for a story to evolve out of small apparently unconnected fragments, creating a different experience based on the individual’s own perspective. Pez took his signature smiling fish character to the streets to spread good vibrations and its success has spawned a host of smiling sibling characters. Minivila, a truly international artist who was raised in Croatia and is now based in Amsterdam, marries fashion, illustration, painting and music. Munich based artist Flying Förtress started to do classic graffiti in the early 90’s. After a hiatus where he focused on graphic design he hit the streets again with his infamous Teddy Troops. The London Police is a collective best known for their iconic “LADS” characters. The group travels extensively allowing the LADS to infiltrate cities around the world.
Scion Installation L.A. Gallery
3521 Helms Ave. (at National)
Culver City, CA 90232
Dedicated to fostering independent artistic expression, the Scion Installation L.A. Gallery is a space that allows artists to explore their creative visions. The new Scion Installation Gallery hosts art shows and art-related events for cutting-edge artists from across the globe. Due to success and growth, the Scion Installation L.A. Gallery recently moved from its Washington Boulevard location to Helms and National near the Hayden Tract area. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM and by appointment -310.815.8840. For more information, visit www.scion.com/space.
New York: November 14 - 20, 2008
Wild Style directed by Charlie Ahearn
Film Screening: 25th Anniversary of the Film’s Theatrical Release
Friday November 14 - Thursday, November 20, 2008
Every Night at 10PM
Film Forum, 209 W. Houston St, New York, Box Office: (212)-727-8110
Special appearances by Director Charlie Ahearn and surprise guests
Friday and Saturday, November 14-15, Book Signing Starts at 9PM.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the theatrical release of the landmark Hip Hop film, Wild Style, Film Forum will host a week of screenings of a fresh 35mm print of the film from November 14–20, 2008. The film’s director, producer, and writer Charlie Ahearn will make special appearances on Friday, November 14 and Saturday, November 15 at 9pm with surprise guests, where he will be signing copies of the acclaimed book, Wild Style The Sampler, released by powerHouse Books in conjunction with the film’s silver anniversary.
Los Angeles (West Hollywood) CA: now - November 30, 2008
Pour Me Some Smoke
Charming Baker, Case (Ma'Claim - Germany), Guy Denning, Ian Strawn, TRXTR
(West Hollywood, CA) Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art presents one of their most important exhibits to date: Pour Me Some Smoke, a group exhibition featuring the works of Charming Baker (UK), Case (Germany), Guy Denning (UK), Ian Strawn (USA), and TRXTR (UK). Artwork on display will include oil on canvas, linen, paper and wood, hand-touched and layered digital collage, and acrylic on birch panel. Artists featured in this show represent some of the strongest voices in contemporary figurative artwork and have surpassed the delineations of lowbrow or urban into a new fine art movement.
Also showing in the rear gallery
Damon Ginandes and Pedro Matos
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Avenue
West Hollywood CA, 90038
Fifth Annual Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Exhibit
Over 100 ceramic skulls designed by
Gregg Stone and customized by dozens
of painters, graphic designers, graffiti artists, sculptors and tattoo
artists will be for sale and on display for the rest of the month of
There will be many limited edition products celebrating the past five
years of this annual show, including prints, tees, stickers, and an
will be creating a special Day of the Dead photographic
installation that will run in conjunction with this exhibit as well.
October 30th sees the opening night of Prescription Art's first
exhibition - 'Outside In' - featuring 20 of the hottest street artists
from across the globe including: Zeus (FR), L'Atlas (FR), Dain, Broken Crow,
Bortusk Leer, FKDL, Case, Damon Ginandes, Deuce Seven (USA), Freek van
Haagen (NL) and EGO LEONARD (NL). Showcasing the breadth of talent &
styles hitting walls worldwide, each artist has a strong & distinctive
voice – whilst avoiding clichéd stencils and subject matter.
In many cases this is the first time the artists have exhibited in
the UK, despite having huge popularity in their own countries. On the
other hand Zeus has been a big name on the UK graffiti scene since the
1980s. Overall this is the freshest line-up of talent assembled for any
show this year, and will feature some genre-defining pieces. And a 3
meter lego man, Ego Leonard.
The exhibition runs until 6th November (11-6), and takes place at the
Truman Brewery, Brick Lane (entrance from Ely's Yard) London, UK.
La bombe peinture est l'objet qui symbolise le mieux l'art urbain. 400 artistes du monde entier ont accepté de travailler sur ce support, créant une collection unique de 400 bombes aérosol, en Écho aux 400 ml, contenance standard européenne.
A l'origine de ce projet : Gautier Jourdain, passionné d'art contemporain, inspiré par Jean Faucheur, artiste urbain de renom et fondateur du M.U.R (Modulable, Urbain et Réactif).
Le livre "400ml", un ouvrage de plus de 400 pages qui documente cette volumineuse collection et accompagne l'exposition, sera présenté À cette occasion (400 ml, éditions Kitchen93 - 2008).
Vernissage le mardi 28 octobre À partir de 18h
Exposition du mardi 28 octobre
au mercredi 5 novembre 2008
(fermée le dimanche 2 novembre)
de 14h À 19h
Le 18 février 2008, la maison Artcurial | Briest - Poulain - F. Tajan était
fière de lancer sur le marché français la toute première vente entièrement
dédiée à l’art urbain (art graffiti et post-graffiti).
Soixante dix tableaux et objets s’offraient donc aux nombreux amateurs
collectionneurs, mobilisés par la campagne médiatique provoquée par cet
événement. Affichant un résultat de 461 000 €, la vente enregistrait
plusieurs records : 29 700 € pour Futura 2000, 43 400 € pour John Crash
Matos, ou 18 600 € pour Blek le Rat…
Des résultats probants qui marquent la consécration d’une création
jusqu’alors restée dans l’ombre et qui illustre l’engouement réel que cet
art suscite. Forte de ce succès, notre maison française prépare dès à
présent une nouvelle session prévue le 28 octobre 2008 et qui verra les
œuvres exposées pendant la FIAC.
Sont déjà annoncées plusieurs collections européennes importantes avec des
œuvres de Futura 2000, John Crash Matos, Daze, Toxic, Rammelzee, Dondi
Poursuivant sur son impulsion du 18 février 2008, Artcurial | Briest -
Poulain - F. Tajan consacrera également un chapitre aux œuvres historiques
de Jonone. La scène pochoiriste sera quand à elle représentée à travers les
travaux de Nick Walker, Blek le Rat, Jef Aérosol, Miss Tic…
Enfin, la jeune création française ne sera pas en reste dans ce paysage
urbain aux accents internationaux. En effet, ses représentants les plus en
vue sur la scène des expositions parisiennes seront de la partie. Nasty,
Snake,Yaze, Alexöne, Babou, Misterchat, Vuille, L’Atlas, Space Invader…
investiront les murs de l’Hôtel Dassault pour la seconde fois cette année.
Gageons que le graffiti remportera un nouveau succès pour le plus grand
plaisir des inconditionnels du Street Art.
Vente : 1492
Lieu : Hôtel Dassault
Date : 28 octobre 2008
du 25 au 27 octobre, de 11h à 19h
7 rond-point des Champs Elysées
75008 Paris www.artcurial.com
New York: October 24 - November 2, 2008
Hors du Temps
Dino and Reso
New York: October 24 - November 23, 2008
Opening Reception: Friday, October 24th, 2008
From his history on the street to his more recent comic book illustration, design work, and murals, Logik One has done it all. Over the years he has found a way to incorporate all of these elements into his paintings, creating a very singular and individual artistic language unto himself. Originally from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Logik currently resides in New York City and has exhibited at numerous locations throughout NYC and beyond.
Gallery REZINE le jeudi 23 Octobre 2008 à partir de 18h jusqu'au 23 novembre 2008
ouvert du mercredi au samedi 14h à 20h
VERNISSAGE de l’exposition
LIGHT GRAFF EVOLUTION
En paralléle au mois de la photographie et à la fête des lumières à Lyon.
Exposition sous forme de tirages photographiques contrecollées sur dibond
avec pelliculage de protection réalisés avec le laboratoire Picto Lyon
Projection video / et toiles Grand format / Projection ...
Suite a la sortie de son premier livre LIGHTGRAFF en 2007,
avec le photo-journaliste Guillaume.J Plisson aux éditions Graff it productions.
Le premier ouvrage consacré à la technique du light painting ...
Dessiner, peindre, calligraphier avec des sources de lumière retranscrit par
le système photographique en pose longue. Evolution à la peinture lumineuse.
OVER $20,000 in Cash and Prizes for this years Battles!
MC Battle + DJ Battle + B-Boy Battle + Graffiti Expo
Beatbox Battle + Production Battle + Music Video Awards
SCRIBBLE JAM MUSIC VIDEO AWARDS!
How does your Music Video Stack up?
First year ever, SJ introduces its very own Music Video Awards. We
will choose the Top Music Videos that are submitted at the Main Event in
Cincinnati to play on the JUMBO Screen and the crowd will decide who has
YOUNITY PRESENTS: HEART & SOUL, AN ART EXHIBITION & BOOK LAUNCH
Second Annual Exhibit Features 60 Avant-Garde Urban Contemporary
Queens, NY (September 2008)— We are excited to announce the
second annual YOUNITY art exhibition entitled Heart & Soul opening
on October 17th, 2008 at Alphabeta in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. As a
celebratory theme between 60 international women artists and what they
identify as "heart and soul," the exhibit promises an urban landscape
installation piece that unifies and pushes the boundaries of graffiti,
photography, urban contemporary art and fine art.
The exhibition will showcase original artwork by current YOUNITY
members as part of an indoor/outdoor site specific installation that
pays homage to the urban landscape. Members include world-renowned
artists: MAD C (Germany), Aiko Nakagawa (Japan), Faith47 (South Africa),
Krista Franklin (Chicago), and Diana McClure (NYC), to name a few. Only
60 out of 300 female urban artists were selected to participate in this
special exhibit. Works will range from hand-styles and graphics to
collage and abstract riffs---all expressing ideas on female identity,
the urban habitat, life and love.
The exhibit will also launch the Heart and Soul book, comprised of 60
artworks formatted for a 5x8 inch postcard-style flipbook. It is the
first publication in the YOUNITY collector's book series that will
showcase the work of current YOUNITY members. The Heart and Soul book
will retail for $19.50 and will be sold at targeted, limited locations.
Premiere copies will be available at the YOUNITY Heart & Soul event.
Overall, only 120 books in this special series will be available.
YOUNITY is the first ever international women's urban contemporary
art collective that brings female artists into a global networking
system as a means to create art exhibitions, installations, books and a
much needed archive of women's urban contemporary art. With the success
of their premiere exhibit, The C R O S S O V E R, YOUNITY has become a
sought after collective devoted to women with an inherent need to
perfect their craft through self-expression, surpass male dominance and
pass the torch on to younger female artists. For this project, only 60
out of 300 female urban artists were selected to participate with styles
that range from hand-styles, graphics and collage to abstract riffs on
the female identity, the urban habitat, life and love.
YOUNITY is in need of continued support to foster its self-publishing endeavors and independent growth.
Any and all donations to the collective can be directed to:
firstname.lastname@example.org via PayPal.
70 Greenpoint Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11222
Grenade Art is proud to present REVOK, one of the most prolific and important
internationally renowned street artists of our time. His debut UK show, ‘Crime in
the City’, will take place at the Grenade Gallery on Wednesday the 15th October
‘Crime in the City’ will be on show from the 16.10.08 – 20.11.08. There will be a
total of 21 pieces comprising of mixed media canvases and one off handmade
screen prints. Prices will range from £250 - £4,000.
212 Kensington Park Road
London W11 1NR
Gallery Opening Hours: 11am – 7pm Tuesday to Sunday
Nearest Tube: Two mins from Ladbroke Grove. Ten mins from Notting Hill Gate.
San Francisco CA: October 11 - November 1, 2008
Opening reception, October 11th, 2008 from 7-11 pm. The show runs
through November 1st premiering a solo exhibition of 60 plus works.
Recently retired from tattooing to focus on his fine art career,
Giant also promotes his clothing line REBEL8, which he began here in San
Francisco with partner Joshy D in 2003. Giant claims that although
"it's been great to focus on drawings more than tattoos, admittedly [he]
still enjoys working in skin on occasion." Like his art, the line
highlights his trademark skulls, icons, and tattooed girls.
There is no denying Giant’s high skill level in creating the seamless
images crafted by his Sharpie. Focusing now on his drawings, Giant has
been able to add written comments and anecdotes to his illustrations
welcoming viewers into his mind. His signature style harks back to old
school print techniques that required defined line work and a steady
hand, which Giant perfected through his studies of Architecture and
Graphic Design. A stint in Amsterdam also influenced and added to
Giant’s collection of works where he kicked back on his rented
houseboat. Ultimately, it is Giant’s respect for a traditional
technique; versus creating computer-generated images, and his attention
to detail that warrant him a master at his craft.
Romon Kimin Yang aka Rostarr, was born in South Korea but has lived in NY since 1989. He has been a key figure in the city's underground art scene and has exhibited extensively throughout the United States, Asia and Europe.
His free-formed work comes across as a universe of abstract and geometrical shapes from which symbolic and iconographic elements emerge in elegant and incisive gestural strokes. His work is defined by an expression he calls 'Graphysics', meaning the fusion of graphic art and design and the physical laws governing the movement of energy. His work extends into the mediums of painting, digital media, sculpture, textile and public art projects with the Barnstormers collective.
Yang graduated from the School of Visual Arts in New York City in 1993. In 2000, he was featured as one of I.D. magazine's "I.D. 40 under 30". In 2004, he was recognized as an honoree at the A.I.C.P. show held yearly at the New York Museum of Modern Art and his work has been reviewed by Art Forum, Modern Painters, The New York Times and Artnet.com among other prominent publications.
BLVD is proud to present "Fanatic" a group show that explores the
enthusiasm expressed in "Fan" art. The artists participating in this
show were given the task of creating art that is in tribute to
something that they are truly a fan of. It did not matter whether it
was related to entertainment, though much of it is, or cultural
pursuits but had to be straight from the heart. BLVD Gallery is
fanatic about the vibrant talent here in Seattle so most of the
artists involved are from the area and are showing with us for the
first time. Intermixed with them are some veteranos like Pars and Ego,
as well as a surprise installation from longtime gallery fixtures Zeta
Miguel "Wero" Cuevas
2316 2nd Ave
Seattle Wa 98121
t. 1-206.448.8767 www.blvdart.com
Weil am Rhein, Germany: October 10 - ?, 2008
Stefan Winterle | Carhartt Gallery @ Myspace
Vernissage von Stefan Winterle am Freitag 10 Oktober 2008, ab 18h. Wir freuen uns auf euch!
Exhibition Opening of Stefan Winterle this Friday 10th of October at 6pm. We are looking forward to see you!
The book is hard bound in a limited edition of 1000 copies, and has been
designed by José Parlá and Iain Cadby.
It contains 83 full colour images across 140 pages.
Structured into sections which explore different areas of José's
methodology and practice, it covers his research/ documentary photography
from his travels, previously unpublished works, and concludes with a
catalogue of works from this imminent show - Adaptation / Translation.
With an introduction by Paul Jones of the Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, a
foreword by Art Patron, Saeb Eigner and an in-depth critical analysis by
curator and avant-garde theorist Michael Betancourt, this book is
undoubtedly the most comprehensive study and overview of Parlá's work to
The book includes a giant gatefold and oversized illustrations incorporated
in a special feature at the back.
The highest print production technologies and materials have been used to
ensure exceptional colour reproduction of the works, including exquisite
paper stocks and special inks.
Unsigned copies of this book, and our other publications, will be available
to buy online after the exhibition has opened.
October 6 - November 7, 2008; Reception October 18, 2008
Calling All Graffiti Artists and Art Lovers
Seeking Artists: Reynolds Gallery, Univ. of the Pacific, Stockton
CA. "FASHION AND GRAFFITI." Oct/Nov 2008. Seeking cutting-edge
graffiti art. Open all who can hand-deliver. Deadline: Sept 12. Send
images (3 max.) to email@example.com .
Event: On October 6, University of the Pacific’s Reynolds Art
Gallery will proudly present “Caps and Couture: Fashion and the Urban
Landscape,” a fashion/graffiti exhibition celebrating cutting-edge
clothing and urban culture. The exhibition will run through November
7th in the gallery, and on October 18th, we are holding a full-scale
outdoor runway show on Pacific’s campus, complete with light trucks and
a professional dj.
Aside from the fashion, artists will perform live graffiti during the
show that will create the structure of a mock city, the backdrop for the
everyday runway. Graffiti art will also be exhibited alongside
avant-garde concept clothing in the gallery.The purpose of the
exhibition is to examine the relationship between citizens, popular art,
and the urban environment. We anticipate a huge crowd: the show will be
held during Pacific’s Parents and Families Weekend and our Department of
Student Life is positioning it as a major part of the festivities.
Please join us or submit your work for this exciting event!
University of the Pacific
3601 Pacific Ave.
Stockton, CA 95211
For more information or questions, please contact Bett Schumacher at firstname.lastname@example.org or at
Amsterdam Holland: October 5 - November 9, 2008
Exhibition: Urban Pin Up
From the October 5th until November 9th work of
Asia and Yereth Jansen will be exposed at 'Skek:
Zeedijk 4 - 8
1012 AX Amsterdam
Sunday 5th of October, 16:00
During the exhibition several photos will be exposed, together with art objects created by Asia, which represent the style and theme of the project also brought forward in the photos. The exposed photos will be available for sale after the exhibition.
The project is inspired on early pin up styles seen in the 50s and 60s, most notably represented by Bettie Page, mixed with an underground style from the world of graffiti. The images strive to bring the two worlds in harmony with one another.
The power of the images lies in joining the two different styles into one; letting the two worlds meet harmoniously. This is represented in the clothing, make-up style, attributes and environment.
The suit has been created especially for the photo-shoot. The fan, umbrella and the gloves have been painted by Asia with Montana paint. The different attributes represent the female artist where two worlds meet.
The photos were taken in a squat in Amsterdam Noord; a place that has been the home to many graffiti artists and a fitting environment to our theme.
Showcasing a mix of Bristol, UK and international graffiti and street
artists, you'll be able to buy one-off canvases and limited edition
prints from the likes of Mr Jago, Inkie, Dora, China Mike and Zase and
there are many more established artists and emerging new talents also
The preview night is on 2nd October between 7-10pm at 140-142
Gloucester Road. Drinks will be provided by the usual pissed off
Getting the Picture: The Photography of Jon Naar 1958-2008
"Getting the Picture: The Photography of Jon Naar 1958-2008", opens September 18 at
Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ. It is an updated version of his highly acclaimed
retrospective exhibition that attracted a record-breaking 15,000 visitors to the Jan Cunen
Museum in Oss, the Netherlands in 2005-2006.
The exhibition, displaying 65 of Jon Naar's photographs in black and white and in color, includes
many of his works that have been shown at the Metropolitan Museum, MoMA, the International
Center for Photography, the Centre Pompidou, and many other museums and galleries
Covering an extensive range of subjects, Jon Naar's photographs are organized in five main
groups: Early Work in black and white, including Jon Naar's celebrated Shadows of Children on
Swings, Strasbourg Children, and Broken Window; Artists and their Environment, with
signature portraits of Andy Warhol, Josef Albers, Henry Moore, Marino Marini, Joseph Beuys,
and many others; New York Graffiti, highlighting his iconic series documenting the first graffiti
phenomenon in 1973 and featured most comprehensively in his masterful book The Birth of
Graffiti published by Prestel; Architecture and Design, with his award-winning photography for
Knoll International, IBM, the Festival of India, and other corporate and publishing clients,
including The New York Times Magazine, Vogue, Fortune, domus, Elle, Interiors, Twen, and
Schoener Wohnen; and Work in Progress, Jon Naar's recent digital photography from portraiture
to the art of urban identity and fine art.
Jon Naar's Getting the Picture Exhibition in the Rider University Art Gallery located in the Bart
Luedecke Center 3rd Floor, 2083 Lawrenceville Road, Lawrenceville, NJ 08648, is curated by
its director Professor Harry I. Naar.
Disponibili foto in alta definizione di graffiti, dipinti e sculture.
Joys … a piece of Me è il nuovo progetto espositivo Joys per Allegra Ravizza Art Project che inaugurerà nello spazio di via Gorani, 8 il 24 settembre alle 18:00.
Famoso per il suo lettering tridimensionale, Joys presenterà in mostra lavori inediti, tra cui un progetto site specific, sculture, nuovi loop ed evoluzione 3d della ricerca bidimensionale murale dell’artista, che nelle sue opere fonde brillanti cromatismi con geometrie e architetture impossibili à la Escher, unendole all’irriverente potenza espressiva del writing.
Da anni l’artista infatti ha esteso il suo linguaggio anche alla scultura, utilizzando materiali diversi ma mantenendo sempre uno stile inconfondibile, quello stesso stile che da oltre 15 anni lo rende inconfondibile sui muri di tutto il mondo, da Sarajevo a New York City, a Venezia e Milano.
1992. Come molti writer comincia scrivendo il suo nome su un muro. Come molti focalizza la sua ricerca sul lettering, ma in breve tempo Joys dà vita al suo lavoro, che dopo esser nato sul muro prende vita e si arricchisce di spessore e matericità. La sua ricerca va oltre le due dimensioni e acquista nel tempo una plasticità che si appropria del territorio e della fruizione di un pubblico involontario e inconsapevole.
In bilico tra undeground e istituzionale, la ricerca di Joys è stata riconosciuta dagli addetti ai lavori del sistema dell’arte come inedita e personalissima, grazie anche al suo maniacale studio del lettering: forme che nel tempo si stratificano e si arricchiscono di livelli e linee con cui Joys ha costruito labirinti impossibili dove nulla è lasciato al caso e le forme ubbidiscono sempre a precise regole logiche e geometriche.
Anche con Joys… piece of me, l’artista prosegue nella direzione della geometria e del cromatismo in una mostra di cui il pubblico simbolicamente possiederà una parte, visto che gli inviti della mostra– che in inglese significa proprio un pezzo di me – sono realmente una parte di Joys e della sua operazione artistica, visto che componendoli si ricrea a grandezza naturale il prototipo del graffito realizzato in galleria, che avvolgerà lo spettatore in un labirinto di lettere, linee e colori.
Realizzato in poche ore sulle pareti della galleria di Allegra Ravizza, il graffito non solo si potrà ammirare ultimato, ma anche durante i lavori di realizzazione, grazie al dvd che testimonierà l’azione di live painting dell’artista e che sarà disponibile in galleria il giorno dell’inaugurazione.
Milan, Italy: September 24 - October 31, 2008
VUOTE A RENDERE
La ARTE DUE Gallery di Matteo Chigorno, con il Patrocinio del Comune di Milano, propone dal 24 settembre al 31 ottobre 2008 la mostra Vuote a Rendere. Cans Customizing Art, un’ampia collettiva che vedrà coinvolti più di quaranta artisti provenienti dalla street art.
Vuote a Rendere sarà affiancata da una serie di iniziative collaterali, a cominciare dallaserata inaugurale di mercoledì 24 settembre, a cui saranno presenti tutti gli artisti partecipanti all’esposizione, insieme ad alcuni special guests che si esibiranno in diretta.
Nel week-end successivo all’inaugurazione – venerdì 26, sabato 27 e domenica 28 settembre – verrà organizzata presso il Centro Sportivo Triestina (Via Alessandro Fleming, 12 – Milano), una tre giorni di grande writing internazionale, con oltre 90 artisti di fama mondiale, ospiti e musica.
Inoltre, a conclusione di questa prima mostra della rassegna, venerdì 31 ottobre si terrà il finissage.
La mostra sarà accompagnata da un catalogo con saggi di Lorenzo Bonini e Francesca Guerisoli, e con un ricco apparato iconografico e di interviste effettuate agli artisti appositamente per l’occasione.
Sao Paulo, Brazil: through October 11, 2008
In Transit Ideas for Balanced Circulation and Survival
September 13th – October 11th 2008
Tu. - fri. | 1 – 9pm | sat. | 9am – 4pm
At: MAC Americana Contemporary Art Museum of Americana - São Paulo - Brazil
Alexandre Órion (São Paulo)
Alice Grou (Campinas)
Binho Martins (Americana)
Denise Valarini (Americana)
Diogo Bueno (Campinas)
Gustavo Torrezan (Piracicaba)
Isabel Caccia (Córdoba – Argentina)
Isadora Gutmann (Campinas)
Nicolás Robbio (Argentina/São Paulo)
Norma Vieira (Campinas)
Sarah Valle (Campinas)
Bruxelles, Belgium: September 20 - November 1, 2008
NATURE INTERSECTS WITH THE URBAN ENVIRONMENT
AT DENVER BOTANIC GARDENS
DENVER- Always an urban oasis, Denver Botanic Gardens is embracing the city in new ways this year. The Gardens' 2008 signature exhibition, "Urban Nature," explores the intersection of the urban environment and the natural world through art and horticultural practices, outlining strategies that all city dwellers can employ to evoke the natural world as green space diminishes amid concrete and steel.
A sense of contrast, yet balance, with the natural gardens will be realized through paintings by more than 10 local, national and internationally-known street-style painters and mural artists.
Among these prominent international personalities are artists Lady Pink, Mac, and Siloette - all of whom have contributed to the ever-evolving history of street-style art. New York City-area community activist, Lady Pink, has transitioned from painting subway trains in the '70s and '80s to creating grand-scale murals throughout New York City. Phoenix-based Mac draws inspiration from the surrounding Mexican and Chicano culture of the American Southwest, and cites artists Caravaggio, Mucha, and Vermeer as influential. Siloette, who currently resides in Los Angeles, is recognized mainly for her feminine subject matter, unique flowing style and organic ingredients; which can easily be compared to a modern interpretation of art nouveau. Frequently, dominant black outlines reference her previous work in stained glass.
Other local and regional talent includes artists Amanda Marie, Elisabeth Bunker, Delton Demarest, Dread, Sophie Fernandez, Javier Flores, Stevon Lucero, Jolt, Mission, Adam Moorhead, Todd Robinson, Ian Rumley, and Wiser.
These street murals will be created on temporary panels situated within the natural beauty of the Gardens' York Street site, forging visual relationships that both surprise and resonate. The panels, produced by James Hardie Building Products are made of environmentally friendly materials including wood pulp, cement, sand and water. These materials, which are low in toxicity and have been recycled up to four times, reflect the importance of sustainability to the Gardens' core values.
Balcony displays, container gardening, and the concept of the urban homestead and other unique horticultural practices for city dwellers will be highlighted, as well. These educational programs include discussions with author Rick Darke, who will give a talk titled "In Your Face: Ethics and Urban Ecology" on Tuesday, April 1, at 7 p.m. Darke will articulate his belief that all people should see and celebrate the dynamics of cultural and biological diversity, and find beauty in unlikely things and utility in common ground.
"'Urban Nature' seeks to demonstrate how, in a contemporary world that embraces industrialization and technology, the human connection with the earth requires more nurturing than ever," said Lisa Eldred, Director of Exhibitions and Programs. "Not only will the city be brought into the Gardens, the Gardens will venture out into the urban environment with programs and stimulating installations."
"Urban Nature" will include a Community Gardens feature that demonstrates the concepts of community gardening. This component will be complemented by original sculptures from Bill, Judy and Robert Schempp of "Mind to Metal." These metalworks will contain weather-resistant photographs by the Gardens' official photographer, Scott Dressel-Martin.
Pertinent issues facing city life will be addressed through a comprehensive program schedule, including a discussion on the healing power and deliciousness of wild plants, classes on raising chickens in the city, and hands-on instruction in creating gardens for balconies or terraces. Also, spoken word presentations will be delivered at a Poetry Slam! and Open Mic Night at Denver Botanic Gardens on Monday, May 12, from 7 - 9 p.m., co-presented by the University of Denver's Writing Program.
Guided tours of the "Urban Nature" exhibit will be offered every Saturday and Sunday at 3 p.m.
2nd Annual Estria's Invitational Living Word Graffiti Battle
11am-4pm Winner - BOUNCE retains his title
1651 Adeline Street
West Oakland, CA
FREE event, bring the whole family
The Living Word Project, Samurai Graphix, & Hard Knock Radio Presents the 2nd Annual Estria's Invitational Living Word Graffiti Battle
A part of the 10-day Living Word Festival Curated by Marc Bamuthi Joseph
16 of California's most talented and revered Graffiti Artists in live painting battle. Artists are determined and selected by Estria, a Bay Area Graffiti Legend.
Confirmed Painters (to date):
Bounce (defending champion)
Free outdoor performance by Mos Def, Los Rakas, and DJ Leidis
Scraper Bike exhibition
Lecture demonstration Against Eco-Apartheid, including Ella Baker Center's Van Jones
Skateboard Demonstration presented by Hood Games at the Grand Opening of West Oakland's first Skate Park
About the Living Word Festival
The Living Word Festival is an annual community gathering of artists, educators, presenters and performers focusing on literary performance and literacy education. Founded by Youth Speaks and the Living Word Project, under the direction of Marc Bamuthi Joseph, the Living Word Festival is committed to exploring new modes of literary performance, and to engaging and supporting artists who are breaking the boundaries of hip-hop theater and spoken word theater.
About Samurai Graphix
Samurai Graphix is a custom screen print shop in San Leandro, CA run by Estria. Estria began spray painting in Hawai'i in 1984 and has since painted hundreds of murals. As an influential leader of San Francisco's "Golden Age" of graffiti (1980´s), he pioneered painting techniques of characters and scenes. He is one of the originators of the stencil tip, used by graffiti writers to create thin airbrush-like lines. Estria co-founded Visual Element, the EastSide Arts Alliance´s free mural workshop that develops youth into the voice of the people.estria
This is the third Installment of DECIMALS REBUILT, which is traveling
across Canada. MEDIAH has been working and reworking an animation named
'HINITAAR BIN HINITAAR' the official short film of DECIMALS REBUILT
which will be projected onto a 30 foot wall for all to view at the
San Francisco CA: October 12, 2008
Sunday, Oct. 12, 2008
5:00pm - 8:00pm
Upper Playground/FIFTY24SF Gallery
252 Fillmore St.
San Francisco, CA 94117
On October the 4th 2008, the members of the art collective Xstreets will
put Amsterdam in a creative daylight. Amsterdam will be surprised when
the streets are filled with unique works of art created by artists
From 15:30, the international road show UmbrellART will take place,
we'll walk through the centre of Amsterdam with forty hand designed
umbrellas made by artists such as American graffiti king Zimad, street
philosopher Laser 3.14, clothing designer Merel Boers, Italian artist
Mr. Wany, Italian doll maker Maoma, cartoonist WZL and stencil artist
IVES.one. Walk with us on this trip and bring the art back to the street
where it is accessible by everyone. The road show begins at 15:30 on the
Nieuwmarkt and ends at 18:00 in the CHIELLERIE on the Raamgracht 58.
At 18:30, the first edition of "X Marks The Spot" will be spectacularly
opened by a inspiring fashion show by ILL_Design from Basel,
Swizterland. The work shown in the gallery by the members of Xstreets
Collective is not only original but also very contemporary. The gallery
show has a unique sponsorship. European umbrella distributor Impliva
will, with the support of a (professional) jury choose the artist with
the most beautiful umbrella and award it with a one-of-a-kind production
of his or her design.
The day ends with an official after party at the OT301 on the Overtoom.
From 21:00 until 03:00 you can get your groove on with the musical
support of Die Schallplattenpolizei, Dj 4Way, Dj Koldun (Funky Junkie),
DRT MC, MC and MC SistaLin Pyro. Be tantalized by a special performance
by the break dancers of Soulwarriors which will show off there old skool
The Hip Hop Culture Center announces The Impact of Women in Hip Hop, an exclusive event honoring women who have leaped across barriers and blazed a trail in the hip hop industry.
Saturday, October 4th
The Hip Hop Culture Center
Magic Johnson Theater
2ND Floor of the
2309 Frederick Douglass Blvd
Harlem NY NY USA
Introducing this year's honorees:
Cindy Campbell: The talented 1st Lady of Hip Hop Cindy Campbell is the catalyst for the humble beginnings of Hip Hop. Cindy had a vision to organize a back to school party. Little did she know that her party, DJ’d by her now famous brother, the legendary founder of Hip Hop, Kool Herc was to become known as The Beginning of Hip Hop.
Sha Rock: Sha-rock, the 1st Pioneer Luminary Emcee, originally from the group known as The Funky Four Plus 1 has created a legacy for generations of females to look up to. Her trailblazing work as a Hip Hop artist deserves its rightful place in history.
Gamilah-Lamumba Shabazz: The fourth of Malcolm X's daughters, Gamilah has continued her father's legacy of empowerment and education through her work with urban youth and her use of Hip Hop as a platform for her message of unity and change.
Sheri Sher of Mercedes Ladies: Sheri Sher is a founding member of The Mercedes Ladies, the first all-female MC and DJ crew in the history of hip hop. Sheri has also worked in the psychiatry and criminal justice fields, and she frequently speaks to young women about self-empowerment. She lives in Harlem U.S.A. and has recently published a Mercedes Ladies, the novel.
Dream Hampton: A Hip-Hop journalist who in 1990 became the first woman on staff at The Source magazine, she has penned essays on misogyny, police brutality and global issues. As a contributing writer at Vibe, she wrote career defining articles. Her essays and articles have appeared in a dozen anthologies.
Tamekia Flowers: Founder and president of Hip Hop 4 health, a non profit organization dedicated to use hip hop to promote health awareness. Hip Hop 4 health partners with health industry professionals to educate tweens (8-12) and teens (13-17) on health issues through interactive workshops, health fairs, concerts and empowerment seminars.
Amanda Diva: An accomplished poet, journalist, radio & television personality, scholar (she has a Master's degree in African-American Studies), singer, and lyricist, Amanda Diva is definitely the best kept secret in female emcees.
The Impact of Women in Hip Hop will celebrate the successes and contributions of women in Hip-Hop through art exhibitions, film screenings, special performances and key note speeches. Additionally, this event will be used as a platform to educate and empower the community. There will be a voter's registration drive, free HIV screenings, and countless resources on site to promote heath and wellness.
Many events and performances, 11am - after midnight.
Los Angeles / New York: October 4 & 11, 2008
Marka27: Killa Instinct
Marka27's next dope vinyl figure, Killa Instinct, produced by Bic
Plastics will be throwing down on both coasts with two release
parties next month. Suru will drop Killa Instinct first in LA on
Saturday, October 4th followed a week later by myplasticheartnyc in
NYC on October 11th.
Marka and Bic Plastics have raised the bar with Killa Instinct.
Transformed by toxic spray paint fumes, this mutated graff writer is
ready for action with tools of the trade – a bad-ass removable gas
mask, spray can, marker, bolt cutters, finger rings, and more.
Graff is part of Killa Instinct's being. So much so that he's got a
spray can erupting out of his back. Don't you dare call him a hunch
back though. The spray can which fuels his exploits directly through
his gas mask also doubles as a secret stash with a removable top –
for markers, an old school King or whatever else you want.
This original colorway of Killa Instinct stands roughly 8" tall, is
limited to 300 pieces and will retail for $95. Check out great pics
of the finished figure and packaging after the jump. We're pumped for
this release, are you ?
Los Angeles, CA
210 Forsyth St.
New York, New York 10002
Dublin Ireland: October 2 - 21, 2008
Dondi charity exhibition
Brisbane Australia: Until October 10, 2008
GRILLED – A Dizzy Collage of Exhibition Street Art & Hip-Hop Art
Grilled will run at the Percolator Gallery for one exclusive week commencing with an Opening Reception on 25th September. The gallery will come alive with 1988 originators art, the music, the images and the stance that are stronger than ever. This exhibition will celebrate the work of these artists from Expo '88 with their new style in 2008. Grilled will feature the works of 'old school' break-dancing brothers, Bill and James Moulton (who are the publishers of HYPE magazine - a globally distributed, colour lifestyle magazine based on Hip Hop subculture). In addition, Grilled will collectively present master pieces by Jason Heidke, Shannon Lawless, 'Mickey' Newman and Ron Hillier (MC CLINIC).
These artists are from Eagleby, the Southside district of Beenleigh, which has now become part of Logan City Council area. Growing up in this working-class suburb with countless blocks of public housing, they are only too aware of the injustices that the poorer people of Australia must face. This experience has influenced their conscious approach to both their Art and their politically-focused Music. They are the artists who have subverted public art spaces and originated the Highway murals colouring the sound-walls across south east Queensland. Everyone knows their work - from the Children's faces at Tugun, the Koalas at Daisy Hill to the funky Metro Jazz Musicians at the Juliette Street exit of the M1.
Shop 14, Truman Brewery
(by entrance to Sunday Upmarkets)
(corner Wilkes Street)
London, E1 6QL
An exhibition of new paintings and drawings in oils, spray paint and
charcoal on childhood, memory and self-sabotage.
Sonia Blair rose to notoriety in the UK and international graffiti art scene for both her spraycan artwork and her management skills with the establishment of her company Signal Project in 2002. Through Signal Sonia masterminded the production of over 100 coordinated graffiti murals and events, from large-scale multi-artist collaborations, to exhibitions and numerous community projects. Including the creation of the Kilburn Tube Mural, the largest permanent graffiti mural in Britain. Located beneath the arches on Kilburn High Road this particular mural remains unblemished four years on and was recently rated 10 out of 10 by Time Out magazine in an issue devoted to London’s murals; “A splendid attention to detail, with many subtle references to local themes… The best we’ve seen”.
Having spent the last 7 years organising and/or painting graffiti murals
and events throughout London through her company Signal
(www.signalproject.com), this will be
Sonia's first solo London show.
buZ is driving up
from his outpost in Arkansas (Surrealville, Principality of buZ) and
heading to San Francisco for an exhibition of his artwork as well as an
The exhibition will be
composed of a selection of photographs, cut stencils, collage work, and
buZ’s famous artistamp portraits. buZ will lead a talk and
Q&A about his introduction to and experiences with freight train
boxcar art, the development of his style, his contribution to the mail
art movement, the place of both boxcar art and mail art in the larger
culture, and what he’s up to nowadays.
In addition to very small
runs of homemade books we will also be selling a very limited (edition
of 24) t-shirt designed by buZ blurr exclusively for Babylon Falling.
The opening reception will take place on Saturday, September 20th 2008
from 6-9pm. There will be drinks and music as always. The event is
wheelchair accessible. The exhibition will run through October 19th.
A cult figure among contemporary freight train
graffiti artists, Russell Butler aka Colossus of Roads aka buZ blurr
considers himself, “a Life/Artist, documenting a non-art life with
various media, primarily photography."
Working as a brakeman for the
railroad, for thirty years buZ obsessively dispatched his distinctive
moniker on the freight trains passing through the yards, quickly
becoming one of the most prolific and well respected boxcar artists of
Since discovering the mail art network in 1972 buZ has
been a regular, active participant and has become famous for his
meticulous artistamp portraits which document the various personalities
he has encountered over the years at mail art conventions, hobo
gatherings, and at his home in Gurdon Arkansas, where the most diligent
of fans make the pilgrimage to pay their respects.
Though retired from
the railroad buZ told Logan Hicks in 2004 that he is, “Still doing
the boxcar icon dispatch, as well as spraying through stencils, and even
gluing big collage composites onto the railcars; plus doing more
correspondence and mail art, since I have retired. Currently enjoying
embellishing large ink-jet phantasy collages with watercolors,
paintstiks, charcoal, and Crayolas."
Over 100 pieces will go on display at White Walls in a timely new show called “Duality in Humanity." The show marks a bit of a departure for the artist, whose unique form of reverse propaganda emerged from the spirit of the punk movement. With this show, Shepard takes a step back from the ‘calls to action’ against mindless consumerism and war evidenced in previous shows like 1984ia, E Pluribus Venom and Imperfect Union. “The difference between this show and the previous ones is that now Obama is in the mix," Shepard said. His recent work reflects his own personal shift towards a new optimism, a direct result of his involvement with, and inspiration by, the powerful political ideals of Barack Obama.
The title of the show, “Duality of Humanity," is inspired by the peace-sign wearing US soldier in Vietnam, ‘Joker,’ in Stanley Kubrick’s Full Metal Jacket. A central piece is a child with a gun in his hand and a flower in his hat. That theme of soldiers and weapons bearing peace signs, or peace signs comprised of military effects, runs through many pieces in the show. Environmental themes also appear in some pieces, illustrating the tenuous balance between our dangerously uncontrolled consumption of non-renewable resources, and our well-intentioned eco-concerns. Suffering and hope are seamlessly merged in a visual mash-up that defies expectations and easy answers.
“Duality of Humanity" includes larger mixed media pieces on paper that has been covered with carefully collaged Ephemera, self-printed patterns and found clippings from printed media. The backgrounds provide a seductive painterly texture and visual subtext, often allowing apropos words and images to bleed through the iconic images printed over them. The multiple layers create a sense of depth, but also bring in temporal elements through preserved newsclippings, historic images and vintage printing effects. It is the images in the foreground, however, that give the work its power. They are crisp and provocative, communicating in a way that is direct and clear.
Two hip hop innovators present a unique visual and audio exhibition celebrating the history and positivity of the UK hip hop movement.
Foundation Rocks combines Lost and Found (Shucks One), a series of portraits, illustrations and sculpture, with Spats ‘85 (DJ Fingers), a rocking soundscape and images that make up a tribute to the founding artists of UK hip hop.
Foundation Rocks captures the original hip hop mantras of ‘peace, love, and unity; knowledge, wisdom and understanding’, presenting a challenge to the dominating themes of violence and vice which resonate throughout hip hop today. The project is the artists’ search to rediscover these foundation principles by retracing the history of UK hip hop music and the individuals making it. It is an attempt to cement the originators of UK hip hop as icons for British music fans, who are often more familiar with the originators in the US.
Lost and Found is a visual interpretation of interviews Shucks One conducted with hip hop pioneers of the 1980s, whose music influenced a whole generation of young men and women in the UK. The works address issues of history, identity and religion.
Since its inception in the 1970s, hip hop has been arguably the most influential and popular musical form in America. Its popularity extends beyond the urban centers of its inception and pervades youth culture throughout the world. Images of hip hop stars are as pervasive as the music itself, and the National Portrait Gallery is featuring the work of artists who have explored this phenomenon. David Scheinbaum has been photographing hip hop artists since 2000, both in concert and offstage, including such celebrated groups as Public Enemy, Blackalicious, Phar Cyde, De La Soul and Jurassic-5. Kehinde Wiley, best known for his large, colorful paintings of anonymous young black men, has created portraits of hip hop artists such as LL Cool J and Ice T, each based on a famous European or American painting from the 17th through 19th centuries. Nikki Giovanni wrote a poem that will be transcribed onto walls in the exhibition, and also interpreted artistically by artist Shinique Smith. Two Washington, D.C./Baltimore-based graffiti artists - CON and AREK - created four portrait murals to be installed in a hallway that connects the galleries. Jefferson Pinder created three video self-portraits that will be included in the installation. Curators for the exhibition are Frank A. Goodyear III, assistant curator of photographs and Brandon B. Fortune curator of paintings; Jobyl A. Boone, a Smithsonian predoctoral fellow is the guest curator.
Press preview Feb. 5, 9:30 a.m.
A booklet that accompanies the exhibition will be available in the museum's bookstore.
Private view - Friday 26 September. 6-8pm
'Victory' After party with A La Fu from 10pm until late
Peacock Visual Arts centre for contemporary art
21 Castle Street
Raleigh, NC: September 20, 2008
An event hosted by SPARKcon in downtown Raleigh, NC (moore square) will be hosting graffiti artists showcasing their designs. A separate wall will be constructed for event patrons to strut their skills as well. September 20th 2008 2-7pm
Paris, France: September 20 - 27, 2008
Crossover Urban Art
NISSAN organise une exposition sur le thème de l'Art Urbain du 20 au 27
septembre 2008 à la Galerie Nikki Diana Marquardt, 9 place des Vosges,
À cette occasion, 5 artistes ont été retenus pour exposer des créations
originales : Jaya Bludeau, Sophie Toulouse, Deace, Dardex Mort-de-Faim
Un grand concours destiné à la communauté des flasheurs est organisé. Le
gagnant aura la chance d'être le 6ème artiste exposé lors de
l'exposition Crossover Urban Art.
A cet effet le site web
a été créé afin que les Flasheurs puissent dès maintenant y transmettre
leur œuvre en Flash, et ce jusqu'au 14 septembre 2008.
Los Angeles CA: September 19, 2008
A celebration of the female body. Including paintings on mannequins as well as live body art by some of todays most prolific street artists.
BISER ITALLO OMEGA SKILL
CHEE KOED PANIC STEAM
CYBER KOFIE PESKY STIGMA
DGONZ MAKE CRE8 THANKS
DOVE MEAR PLEK THE MAC
DUEL MEEX RISKY TRIXTER
DUER MILES ROC UNEK
FEARO MANDOE RVEE VYAL
FRAME NIC NAK SHE ONE ZENDER
GAS NUKE SIMS ZORE 64
FEARO & Lanie LaBrie
is hosting our official release party on Friday September 19th, 2008,
7PM-1AM at the Nomad Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.
1993 Blake Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
18+ and 21 to drink
Costa Rica: September 15, 2008
Convencion de Graffiti
Chicago IL: September 13, 2008
Eastern Sentral & Pacific
Osnago Italy: September 12 - 28, 2008
Davide \\\\ Original Asker \\\\ Crio
ONLY FOR FAME
*ESPOSIZIONE COLLETTIVA DI:
Mostra Fotografica di Luca Quagliato
Spazio Opera "F.De Andrè"*
MUSIC starts h15.00:
DJSet with:BLACKRAIN DJ'S-2P
Live SHOCASE: skone+soundpillis+bigbud
- 12 SETTEMBRE h 21.oo
INAUGURAZIONE MOSTRA + PRESENTAZIONE LIBRO "GraffitiWriting" di A. Mininno
- 18 SETTEMBRE h 21.oo
PROIEZIONE DEL FILM "WILD STYLE" di C. Ahearn -1983
Spazio Opera "F.De Andrè"
- 28 SETTEMBRE from h.14oo
JAM FINALE CON LIVEPAINTING EDJSET
Sotopasso Stazione Ferroviaria di Osnago h 14.00
INFO & ORARI:
LA MOSTRA SI TERRA DA VENERDI 12 SETTEMBRE A DOMENICA 28 SETTEMBRE PRESSO
Spazio Opera "F.De Andrè" AD OSNAGO IN VIA MATTEOTTI
- ORARIO APERTURE:
DA MARTEDI A VENERDI DALLE ORE 18.00 ALLE ORE 23.00
SABATO E DOMENICA DALLE ORE 16.30 ALLE ORE 23.00
New York: September 12, 2008
Ad Hoc Art
Next up at AHA! London Police, Flying Fortress, Pez & Eine...here's the lowdown...
OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, September 12th, 7-10pm @ Ad Hoc Art
Hold on to yer hats, sound the alarm and wake up grandma and the kids because on Septemer 12th, 2008 it is gonna be on in Brooklyn, New York. World famous guerrilla street artists London Police (Amsterdam), Flying Fortress (Germany), Pez (Spain) and Eine (the good ole UK) will be descending upon Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn for an exhibition of all new, original artwork. All these artists have made a steady, internationally known name for themselves and we can't wait to see what new work they have in store for us here in New York City.
This is one of our most anticipated shows of 2008! We are really proud and excited to be hosting this exhibition. All 4 artists will be in attendance at the opening. Also, we are planning one heck of an afterparty at Brooklyn's one and only graffiti supply store, Alphabeta in Greenpoint...more info on the afterparty as we get closer to the day of the event. You simply CAN'T miss this one!
49 Bogart Street
Buzzer 22, Unit 1G
Brooklyn, NY 11206
An Old School Crew vs Crew Battle
Legendary MAK (Modern Art Kings) will battle on stage FBK (Freshes B-boy Kings)
Saturday September 6th 2008
at Pearson's Park Amphitheater
400 N Harbor Anaheim CA 92805
Battle begins at 3:00 pm
Concert at 4:00 pm
Trophy and Paint awarded to the winner.
Event is FREE
Santa Cruz CA: September 5, 2008
a journey through the resound fields
new works from Scribe (D. Ross)
Friday Sept. 5th
Cardboard Spaceship / The Krate
803 Pacific Ave.
Santa Cruz Ca 95060
Mike 360 & Desi W.O.M.E.’s Report Back from the Painting, Planting and Pulling Weeds Tour
Underneath the glamorous excitement of midnight missions and rebellious subversion of the corporate visual pollution, the life of a “graffiti" writer has substantial long-term health implications from the repeated lasting exposure to the toxic chemicals present in commercially marketed aerosol spray paint. This past summer, two prolific writers took a hard road back to the traditional indigenous ways of paintmaking and lived to tell about it.
Many writers talk about the ancient ancestral connections between the writings in caves and temples and the modern subway writing movement but few actually have any experience with the traditional methods of paintmaking and spray painting. While the spray paint industry has exploded in the last 10 years, that entire movement has focused on writers’ insatiable appetite for a wide spectrum colors and specialized tools. Industry standards are beginning to regulate the VOC emissions of paint, but none have completely eliminated them. As a result, serious writers are exposed to huge amounts of toxins, which have caused major damage to their lungs, kidneys, liver, bladders and has even been fatal.
Mike 360 observed the effects of commercial aerosol paint on a butterfly in 1996, when one died trying to taste the flowers that he was painting on a wall. Since then, he has been searching for alternative formulas for paint, including his including the traditional medicine paints of his own people. Always consulting and obtaining permission from local indigenous elders, he linked with fellow Warriors Of Mother Earth (W.O.M.E.) Desi to study natural pigments and attempt to spray them through cans pressurized with compressed air. For the past two years, 360 and Desi have spent each summer traveling to different reservations including the Northern Cheyenne, Lakota, and Hopi, to listen to both the elders and the paint itself. Iron Oxide, one of the main sources of red, was the original component for data storage and the first cassettes.
In contrast to the instant gratification of commercial spray paint, traditional paintmaking is time consuming and difficult. 360 and Desi have utilized natural pigments in major murals including 360’s 6000 sq. ft. commission in his hometown of Albuquerque with other Zuni and Hopi natives. Still the process is in development. On Sept 5, 360 and Desi will host a report-back from their latest Painting, Planting and Pulling Weeds adventure in a exhibit of pigments, refillable spray cans, murals and photos at the Mama Buzz Café, featuring live music, poetry and surprise guest performances.
What: Painting, Planting, and Pulling Weeds Art Exhibit
Opening Reception & Report Back
Who: Mike 360 and Desi of Warriors Of Mother Earth
With Surprise Guest Performers, Deejays, & Poets
Where: Mama Buzz Cafe
Oakland CA 94612
This series is all about when hip-hop was still a young'un, still in short (but totally fly) pants, learnin' its ABCs of beats, an organic pulsing unit from the South Bronx which pretty much changed everything. This hip-hop is about Puma Clydes, a square of linoleum on the cracked pavement, the rattle of a can of Krylon, and two Technics squeezed together on a card table - and it's all in the movies.
All nights in this series will feature live DJ sets, including appearances by Cut Chemist, Peanut Butter Wolf, J.Rocc and Arabian Prince.
Festival sponsors include Stones Throw, Turntable Lab, and Wax Poetics.
Programmed by Gabriele Caroti.
This series is dedicated to Tony Silver (1935-2008).
September 4th, 8:00pm - Wild Style/Bongo Barbershop
September 11th, 8:00pm - 80 Blocks From Tiffany's/The Deadly Art of
September 14th, 8:00pm (SPECIAL SUNDAY SCREENING) - Breakin'/
September 18th, 8:00pm - Style Wars/Stations of the Elevated/All City
Tuesday, September 23rd, 8:00pm (SPECIAL TUESDAY EVENT) -
Delicious Vinyl Night
Get ready to set it off with some rare footage from the Delicious Vinyl
Vaults, giving you a tour of early hip-hop in Los Angeles.
September 25th, 8:00pm - Beat This! Hip-Hop Rarities
As always, our patrons will be able to purchase individual tickets for all screenings. We are also rewarding film fans who wish to explore the wide variety of programming on offer with a unique new membership model. We'll be offering two tiers of membership. For $25 a month, members gain free admission to all screenings (special events excluded, seating always first come, first served.) For $40 a month, members gain free admission to all screenings (special events excluded, seating always first come, first served) plus two guest passes.
More details about membership are available on our
website and in future press releases.
For press passes or additional information, please contact:
STAY HIGH 149, FUZZ ONE, RIFF170, BUTCH2 TFP. PART TDS, PESO 131, KOOL 131, NIC 707. CHAIN 3, NOC 167, MIN ONE, DUSTER UA, TACK FBA, DEZ
"Among the multitude of writers (aerosol artists) from the 1970's & 80's, only
a certain percentage understood the science of "breathing life into letters". These
artists gave letters rhythm and a purpose. Not only were these legendary writers
capable of producing highly stylized letters, they were also masters at adorning
them with hypnotizing colors and unimaginable schemes and themes. True kings of
their craft, they helped revolutionize the scene with a graphic lean! Their work
assaulted the senses to the point where you can taste the colors, smell the composition
and feel their artistic fury. Having them all in one exhibit is practically overwhelming
and invokes high anxiety in any hardcore writer or supporter of the culture."
-- POPMASTER FABEL RSC, TOW, UZN, TC5, TDS
Street Dreams explores the cultural dialogue of the urban aesthetic, which stems from a mixture of graffiti and fine art. The artists examined in the show use video, installation, sculpture and painting to create their own visual language.
Curated by One20Crew
Gwen Mercado Reyes
Syndrome Studios- James Larese, Micah Hancock and Mars Sandoval
Redhouse Arts Center
201 South West Street
Syracuse, New York
Los Angeles CA: through September 14, 2008
You've Been Wasting Your Time
Flip (Brazil), Hush (UK), Other (Canada)
1257 N. La Brea Ave. West Hollywood, CA 90038
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is proud to present You've
Been Wasting Your Time, a group show featuring Flip, Hush, and Other,
three emerging young street artists from Brazil, the UK, and Canada,
respectively. Employing expansive color palettes and innovative
techniques, the trio collides to contribute an eclectic range of
paintings, drawings, screen prints, works on wood, and mixed media
collages inspired by their diverse cultural backgrounds. An opening
reception will be held on Saturday, August 16th, 2008, from 8pm –
Midnight. The exhibition will be open for viewing through Sunday,
September 14th, 2008.
The depth and command of the artwork of Flip, Hush, and Other both
challenges and seduces the viewer. Fascinated by the portrayal of the
female form in art, Hush builds up and tears down layers of paint and
images as he works, "letting the canvas and marks take their own path."
His stylistic fusion of the East and West is enriched by his
interpretation of the inherent power play in graffiti and street art.
Flip, too, draws inspiration from Asia in his new body of work.
Observing the relationship between human beings and nature, he plants a
tranquility of communion beneath his passionate explosion of Japanese
brushstrokes. A similar dichotomy prevails in the work of Other, who
both provokes and calms in pieces that were composed within rattling
train carriages and buzzing coffee shops. The ideas and characters he
coaxes out of hiding "come from blotches of paint and wet drips on
paper...sort of like ink blots in psychology."
About The Artists
FLIP - BRAZIL
Felipe "Flip" Yung is hailed by many as one of the most talented
Brazilian artists of his generation, having painted and exhibited his
work throughout the streets and galleries of Brazil, Europe, and the US
for over a decade. Away from the wall and canvas, he has also lent his
distinctive style to the world of designer plush and vinyl toys. HUSH -
The work of Hush has been described as a sensory assault of shape,
color, and character. With his singular blend of anime, pop-infused
imagery, graffiti, and graphic design, the Englishman who worked as a
graphic designer and illustrator in Hong Kong for a number of years
attacks contemporary culture and established societal norms with an
overwhelming proficiency and superb dry wit. OTHER - CANADA
Even though the artist himself does not always accompany it, the
artwork of Canadian painter Other travels by train through North America
at all hours of the day. When not at work in his studio or exploring the
world, the restless Other, who possesses "a nasty habit of scribbling on
things that aren't mine", wanders into deserted train yards where he
renders highly-skilled etchings of mournful men and beautiful creatures
onto the sides of freight trains, then stands back as his canvas awakens
and disappears into the darkness.
This exhibition will be WK INTERACT's first major exhibition in UK, despite
having shown in group shows with us for many years; works will include his
instantly recognisable works, made of built up layers of wheatpaste
collages and found objects, featuring his pushing, running, boundless,
ANTHONY LISTER's work will include a series of his haunting trademark
diptych / companion paintings on canvas, building on, and developing from,
his recent Superhero themes.
Following the unprecedented success of our recent book signing events, both
WK INTERACT and ANTHONY LISTER will be in the gallery on Saturday 23rd.
August between 12 and 2pm signing copies of the beautiful 64 page, fully
illustrated, limited edition book, published by Elms Lesters to accompany
Offering a unique opportunity to meet these two iconic International
artists, this event will also give you the chance to purchase another
essential addition to your collection of art books.
Unsigned copies of Phil Frost's books (£25.00) and both The Adam and Ron
Show, and DELTA books (£45.00 each) are available by calling the gallery on
+44 20 7836 6747.
'Pas Pied. Show 7' opening at the StolenSpace Gallery on the 21st
August will showcase new works by renowned French graffiti artist
Alexone. This much anticipated solo show will feature paintings in
spraypaint and acrylic on paper and canvas. This show will also see the
release of a new screen print hand pulled by the artist.
On the 15th of August come down to the gallery from 6pm onwards for a
live paint jam where SHEONE, O.TWO and Stefan Plaetz will paint
alongside REKOR, LYKEN and ELPH.
On the 16th of August we are opening our 12th exhibition, The Bothan
Spynetwork, from 7-10pm. We’ve asked our good friend Scott Wilson to
help us curate the show. 25 artists will be showing with us.
Participants include New York graffiti legends, Futura, Stash, Crash and
Daze, world famous fashion photographer, Fatsarazzi, renowned toy
designer, Klim Kozinevich, Scrawl Collective members, OTWO, and Steff
Plaetz, tattoo artists, Charlie Shazer and BJ Betts, trainer designers,
JB and Mdot from JB Classics Lab®, pop artist, Dave White, and recent
Tate Britain exhibitor, SHE ONE. See full list of participating artists
and their bios below. You can check out some previous work from these
Bamboo Grove Salon presents the first annual Graffiti PDX featuring local graffiti artists and video lecture by Big Poppa aficionado, Lynn Yarne. Event includes live collaborative graffiti painting, installation art and video graffiti.
Music provided by DJ Dr. FuManchu.
This is a free event.
Exhibition dates August 1 - September 5. Gallery hours Tuesday – Friday, 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday – Sunday, by appointment.
WHEN: Opening/Artists Reception: Friday, August 1, 2008, 6:00PM
WHERE: Bamboo Grove Salon, 134 SE Taylor St. 97214.
FIFTY 24PDX Gallery presents "Save My Life", an exhibition of
drawings, paintings, screenprints and site specific installation by
Chicago-based painter Cody Hudson. Known for his commercial art and
graphic design contributions under the name Struggle Inc., his graphic
work and paintings have been exhibited throughout the US, Europe and
Japan including the Museum of Contemporary Art (Chicago), Rocket Gallery
(Tokyo), The Reed Space (NYC), The Lazy Dog (Paris), & Bucket Rider
Gallery (Chicago). Cody's work has been featured in numerous magazines
and publications including idN, Arkitip, Anthem & Juxtapoz.
Continuing on the theme of the human condition, "Save My Life"
explores the concepts of both euphoria and impending doom. The
exhibition coincides with the summer release of his show catalog of the
same title, published by Upper Playground.
An opening reception for "Save My Life" will be held on Thursday,
August 7th, from 6:00pm - 9:30pm. The artists will be in attendance,
along with music selections by DJ Nate C and libations from
From the 14th of June until the 28th of September 2008 the audience at The Art Centre Silkeborg Bad will be able to gain an insight into a highly interesting period in modern art. The Art Centre Silkeborg Bad has succeeded in borrowing more that 60 works of art by internationally acclaimed artists from a large German private collection. The exhibition offers a great opportunity for getting some idea of pivotal aspects of contemporary art.
In the exhibition entitled Call it what you like! COLLECTION RIK REINKING, the audience will thus, in Silkeborg, be able to experience works of art which challenge the prevailing conception of art, from mid-June and three-four months onwards. The selection of works of art for the exhibition takes as its' starting point Conceptual Art of the 1960's and -70's, Minimalism and Pop Art. All of these categories are well represented in Rik Reinking's collection.
The collector, the 32 years old Rik Reinking, has for some time now collaborated closely with employees at The Art Centre Silkeborg Bad in making the exhibition a interesting platform for the audience's encounter with the forms of expression of contemporary art. There will be made good use of the exhibition areas.
Reinking's motive for building a significant international collection is his passionate interest in contemporary art and in communicating art.
The exhibitions includes works of art by Nir Alon, Carl Andre, Hermine Anthoine, Herbert Baglione, Miroslav Balka, Banksy, John Von Bergen, Rolf Bergmeier, Guillaume Bijl, John Bock, Victor Bonato, Boxi, Daniele Buetti, Werner Büttner, Baldur Burwitz, James Lee Byars, Andre Cadere, Lawrence Carroll, Max Cole, John Mccracken, Amie Dicke, Brad Downey, Jimmie Durham, Henrik Eiben, Johannes Esper, Robert Filliou, Urs Frei, Tom Früchtl, Hamish Fulton, Gregory Green, Nan Goldin, Rodney Graham, Till F.E.Haupt, Georg Herold, Jim Hodges, Mark Jenkins, Joe Jones, Izumi Kato, Wulf Kirschner, Jon Kessler, Imi Knoebel, Gary Kuehn, Toshiya Kobayashi, Barbara Kruger, Ange Leccia, Konrad Lueg, Daniel Man, Jonathan Meese, Björn Melhus, Jonathan Monk, Piotr Nathan, Bruce Nauman, Ernesto Neto, Cady Noland, Obey, Os Gemeos, Tony Oursler, Markus Paetz, Blinky Palermo, Stefan Panhans, Dan Peterman, Pius Portmann, Stephen Prina, Richard Prince, Robert Rauschenberg, Rudolf Reiber, Mirko Reisser (DAIM), Klaus Rinke, Rolf Rose, Ulrich Rückriem, Sam Samore, Michael Schmeichel, Till Schwieker, Santiago Sierra, Roman Signer, David Simpson, Rainer Splitt, Stohead, Thorsten Tenberken, Tilt, Rosemarie Trockel, Günter Tuzina, Dimitris Tzamouranis, Meyer Vaisman, Miss Van, Ben Vautier, Ludwig Vandefelde, Vitche, Johannes Wald, Lawrence Weiner, Pablo Wendel, Stefan Wewerka, Johannes Wohnsei
KunstCentret Silkeborg Bad
Gjessøvej 40 A-D
We're on a time crunch so get your emails to us quick- we really want
to check out your work!
[They want both art and your beautiful self for this commercial, so keep that in mind. Finalists will need to send photos of themselves. - Susan]
Convocatoria para artistas: América Central y del Sur: Deadline August 12
COMISIÓN DE AMNISTÍA INTERNACIONAL: PROYECTO ‘BILLETES’
COMMISSION FOR AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL: ‘NOTES’ PROJECT
COMISSÃO PARA ANISTIA INTERNACIONAL: PROJETO “NOTAS”
DESCRIPCIÓN DEL PROYECTO
Usted está invitado a enviarnos ilustraciones y/o pinturas sobre el papel moneda local. Se elegirá un artista por cada país de las Américas para participar y a cada cual se le pagará $CDN 100 (USD
$97) como contribución para financiar materiales, costos de envíos postales, etc.
Las piezas serán mostradas en una exhibición artística de Iluminar las Américas: Foro sobre Política de las Artes de la Juventud en (http://www.ignitetheamericas.ca/) y Manifesto (http://themanifesto.ca) en Toronto, Canadá y los ingresos de las ventas irán a Amnistía Internacional ( http://www.amnesty.ca/ ). También se harán cinco reproducciones de cada obra y las ganancias obtenidas se enviarán a Amnistía.
Se han elegido los billetes porque personifican la narrativa dominante de cada nación y lo que consideran más importante. Los billetes serán una inspiración y formarán una plataforma para que se exprese una voz independiente abordando temas tales como problemas económicos, exclusión y nacionalismo.
1. Confirme su participación y reserve un lugar enviando un mensaje por correo electrónico a Devon en email@example.com del Agosto 12. Por favor incluya el nombre de su país y el tema.
2. Espere por una respuesta antes de comenzar…luego empiece su obra artísitica.
3. Envíe por correo la pieza con que participará. Ésta debe llegar a Toronto antes del 8 de septiembre (calcule dos semanas para que llegue el envío, según donde viva / modo del envío).
La dirección es:
ATTN: Devon Ostrom
Ignite the Americas 2008
358 Dufferin, Unit 109
TORONTO ON CANADA
4. Envíe una nota a firstname.lastname@example.org cuando ya haya enviado la obra, en la que anuncie su método de pago preferido y dirección (orden de pago por correo, giro telegráfico, etc.). Usted recibirá el pago en cuanto la obra llegue a Toronto.
Si usted quiere participar en la exhibición de alguna otra forma como, por ejemplo, enviando obras pequeñas o archivos digitales que se puedan imprimir o proyectar, por favor contacte a: email@example.com Si usted quiere participar en el foro en calidad de delegado vaya a: (http://www.ignitetheamericas.ca/)
Austin TX: August 30, 2008
West Coast 2 Texas Toast
San Jose CA: August 29, 2008
LIVE MUSIC PERFORMANCES
Pacific Art Collective is hosting 3 of San Jose's most popular bands, INSOLENCE, FIRME & STARVING MILLIONAIRES performing together for the first time!
EXCEL vs REZISTR - 2 of San Jose's Finest
CHARLIE ALAN KRAFT - Infamous Underground Portland Muralist & Toy Maker
MATT BROWN - Phoenix Hustler
Voodoo Lounge, 14 S. Second St. San Jose, CA
Doors Open at 8pm
$12 before 10pm | $15 after 10pm
Oakland CA: August 29 - 31, 2008
"Coming up this month on August 29th is occasion for
art rarely seen in the world. Three Artist of Afrikan descent
will be presenting a body of work done in the SprayCan Art
tradition usually known as Graffiti Art (Street Calligraphy).
This body of work will reflect the social, cultural, Spiritual and political
climate of the Afrikan community as well as an Afrikan world
view of the same. The Exhibition is only going to run for 3 days
so don't sleep on this rare opportunity to see this art form back
in it's "Black" cultural context.
The West Coast Chapter of the
Universal Zulu Nation, 'North Star Zulus' will be spinning music and
performing the HipHop ritual dances of B-Boying (Break dancing).
This is an event for the whole community and entry is Free.
The Art work is for sale."
WHEN: August 29th - 31st 2008
Opening Reception Friday August 29th 6-11pm
With the Bay Areas legendary DJ TREAT U NICE
Also Spinning is DJ Mad Planet of the ZULU NATION
WHO: Artists, The TCB crew: Refa One, Toons One, and Chris Herod aka MadHatter
Curated By: Matema Hadi firstname.lastname@example.org
London UK: through August 29, 2008
Los Angeles CA: August 24, 2008
*FREE* Cope2 "Kings Destroy" Official DVD Release Party & Live Art Expo
W/ Cope2 (KD - New York City), Risk 1 (WCA, MSK, TSL), Mear One (Los Angeles), Else (MSK, ICR - Los Angeles), Kopye (K2S - Los Angeles), Indie (Kweenz Destroy - New York City)
33Third Los Angeles Presents The Official Cope2 "Kings Destroy" DVD Release Party Sponsored By Mid City Arts & Molotow. 10 Years after it's release on VHS, Cope's Legendary "Kings Destroy" Documentary is finally being released on DVD. To celebrate this release, we will be having a Live Art Exhibition with some of New York & Los Angeles Most Legendary Artists.
Featured Artists Painting Live at 33Third Include: COPE2 (KD - New York City), RISK1 (WCA, MSK, TSL - Los Angeles), MEAR ONE (33third Resiumentent Artist - Los Angeles), ELSE (MSK, ICR, TSL - Los Angeles), KOPYE (K2S - Los Angeles), INDIE (Kweenz Destroy - New York City).
We will also have the Kings Destroy DVD On Sale, along with Free Food & All Cans On-Sale (Iron Lak, Spanish & German Montana, Belton, Alien, Sabotaz, The Beat, & More $3.99, $4.99 & $5.99)
**A Limited Supply Of Signed Cope2 "Kings Destroy" Movies, T-Shirts, & Canvases will be On-Sale For One Day Only **
++FREE I EVERYONE WELCOMED I FOOD++
SOUNDS PROVIDED BY: DJ LORD RON & DJ SEIICHI
33third Los Angeles
5111 W. Pico Blvd.
Los Angeles CA 90019
Info: (310) 694-3460 email@example.com
Puerto Rico: August 24, 2008
Festival de Hip Hop P.R.
BNA Crew 30th Anniversary
Dortmund, Germany: August 23, 2008
25 Years Of Graffiti In Dortmund
During daytime a 800 meter wall will be painted.
At night the party starts with a slide show of historical flics from the
beginning, photos by Hubert Moorman who worked on the first graffiti book
about Dortmund back in the days.
Later on the lineup will be (amongst
others) Special T and Martin Stieber (Stieber Twins/Heidelberg) and Mirko
Long Beach (Los Angeles) CA and online auction: August 23, 2008
Ism magazine presents, "SK8OLOGY" Fine Art On Skateboards
In the tradition of pairing contrasts in order to create new mediums
of expression, ISM: a community project presents, "SK8OLOGY: fine art on
skateboards" an exhibition that combines skateboard counter culture with
the world of fine art.
On Saturday August 23, 2008 the ISM: gallery will host
the opening exhibition.
Over 150 artists, celebrities and skaters mixing mediums to produce
one-of-a-kind, rare skate deck canvases in support of ISM: a community
project and Now That You Know, two worthy non-profit organizations.
Koos Art Center
540 East Broadway
Long Beach, California 90802
Beginning Saturday, August 23 the ONLINE AUCTION will open for bidding.
For more information regarding ISM: a community project, Now That You
Know, the opening reception, the online auction or contributing artists
please visit: www.ISMcommunity.org
The show will then travel to San Diego in September for the Action
Sports Retailer (ASR) Trade Show.
Contributing artists and professional skaters are donating their
creative deck canvases to raise awareness and resources in an effort to
support Now That You Know, a non-profit organization that helps to
provide ambitious girls from developing countries a secure environment
for learning and growth. Proceeds will also contribute to benefiting the
youth of our society through the artistic enrichment of our
OCTOBER: "The Grind II", part 2 of the successful skatedeck art
auction, huge line up of A-list national artists, funds raised go to the
Swift-Cantrell Skatepark project. Online bidding will be available from a website prior to the show,
Fri 10/10 event night
Our exhibition space will also be the location of several
Hip Hop workshops organised by Kweekvijver & Jam on It.
You can find info about workshop dates, prices & how to
join on the festival site: www.b-girlz-berlin.com.
22. August - Vernissage Party:
with DJ Mok la Rok & DJ P-Tess.
Location: Blauer Salon, 5th floor of Tacheles
19:00 till the breakadawn
Hip Hop workshops by Kweekvijver at location Alte Feuerwache
Catfight Graffiti Jam with:
MadC(DE), Toofly(US), Shiro(JP), Faith47(SA), Mickey(NL),
Fany(DE), Wave(DE), Hera(DE), Spice(AU),
Massacre(SE),Winter(SE), Yeah(SE), Qge(NO), Venus(ES),
Politrix(SE), Sizta(SE), Numi(ES), Flai(ES), Malicia(ES),
Alice Mizrachi(US), F.Lady(NL), Jolie(DE) and more...
Tacheles, Oranienburgerstr. 54-56a, Berlin
Stylebattle by Jazzstylecorner
with: DJ Murphys Law and moderation by Stella.
The concept is simple: battle other (female) graffiti
writers and show us your skillz! Come down to Tacheles and
battle with us, you can subscribe though our website
and at the event location.
Bookrelease party with:
DJs That Fucking Sara and Purita D spinning at the bookrelease party of Martha Coopers’ latest book Tag Town, presented by Dokument.
With booksigning by Martha Cooper.
Location: Blauer Salon, 5th floor of Tacheles
20:00 till the breakadawn
What the expo will bring to you
There will be a Hip Hop library and a hangout space, where you will beable to meet, have a cup of coffee and boost your Hip Hop knowledge. Onthe walls you will be able to see a huge female Hip Hop timeline, and aseparate female graffiti timeline with contributions from all over theworld. We'll install a DVD player for you to watch the female Hip Hopvideos you love and the ones you never heard of. And to top it off,we'll have a shop with books, mixtapes, and the coolest female Hip Hopclothes brought to you by Kandieshop.
Women in graffiti
Female graffiti artists have been part of the scene since the
birth of graffiti. In the exhibition we are showing a series of
portraits of outstanding female graffiti artists to visualise
the presence of female writers.
Meerane Germany: August 16 - 17, 2008
London UK: August 16 - 17, 2008
Street Art Film Series at the Tate Modern
2 day 6 film series to go along with the
STREET ART show currently at the TATE Modern in London, UK
You are invited to a very special Unification Theory live painting event (featuring Man One, Overton Loyd, Ritzy Periwinkle and Gustavo) at LACMA. This LACMA Muse 'til Midnight event is a celebration of Los Angeles' vibrant Chicano/Latino and features an after-hours viewing of the Los Angelenos/Chicano Painters of L.A.: Selections from the Cheech Marin Collection exhibition: http://www.lacma.org/membership/Muse.aspx
8:15pm to 12 midnight
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
5905 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90036
SCHEDULE: Unification Theory will paint live from 8:15pm to 12 midnight on an outdoor stage on the rooftop of the LACMA West Building:
8:15pm to 9pm: Unification Theory live painting with DJ
9pm to 10pm: Unification Theory live painting with East L.A. Chicano rock band Quetzal: http://quetzaleastla.com/home.html
10:30pm to 11:30pm: Unification Theory live painting with traditional Mexican group Conjunto Los Pochos: http://www.lospochos.com/
NOTE: please mention the promo code "CHEECH" when you buy your tickets and get in for $25!!
$25 Muse Members
$35 LACMA Non-Muse Members
$40 General Public
[Ticket prices include complimentary cocktails and appetizers]
"This time we host the issue #10 release of San Jose-bred & respected
CLOUT Magazine. Make sure you get your free copy. Full performances by
TRAXAMILLION & THE CATARACS. Graff Rock DJ's Myke One, Jus Jones, &
Chicken Skratch kut it up fresh, along with guests: Derrick D, Deuce
Ace, Verz, & ASIC. Graffiti Rock!!! This goes out to graffiti writers
everywhere, Hip Hop's recognized to unrecognized pioneers, today's
newest generation of Hip Hop trend-setters, tha underground, and
everyone in-between just comin' out to party & have a good time." -
Curated by Marka27 & ManOne, the exhibit will bring together
several street-artists and designers from coast to coast to
show their view and appreciation of female beauty, sexuality
and empowerment for the upcoming exhibit :
"EYE-CANDY" at Crewest Gallery in Downtown L.A.
Interpretations will be presented through paintings,
sculptures, designer vinyl toys, and installations. There
will also be live body painting by select artists as well
as special artist signings during the month.
Spencer - booty babes
During the DOWNTOWN ARTWALK
Music and Live Body Painting
6 - 9 PM
7 - 10 PM
and Live Body Painting
by Girls Gone Graff Crew
6 - 9 PM
Woodstock NY: August 9 - August 31, 2008
:VARGA ART FACTORY PRESENTS:
Featuring the works of TEAM GHOST KR.ONE WHISPER STRIDER Show runs from AUG.9-AUG.31 Opening Reception SAT. AUG 9 6pm -10pm Live Painting SUN. AUG 31 www.christinavarga.com
Trenton NJ: August 9, 2008
JERSEY FRESH GRAFFITI JAM
One of many events sponsored by Albus Cavus this summer will be in
August at the TerraCycle Factory in Trenton NJ. Be a part of it, get in
touch the main organizer Leon Rainbow.
Koeln Germany: August 8 - 24, 2008
graffiti,streetart + X Project
presented by casanova-koeln
08.08.2008-24.08.2008 – Alte Feuerwache / Köln / germany
08.08.: vernissage of the graffiti&streetart -exhibition with Dj`s -19:00 *
20..08: graffiti-Movie night-20:00*
21.08: discussion /speeches -topic:"öffentlicher Raum"/"public space" -19:30*
24.08.: Finissage-10:00 *
Junge Kuratoren - Ein Projekt von Katharina Senn und Sydney Ogidan. Die Gabriele Senn Galerie unterstützt dieses Projekt und stellt hierfür die Räumlichkeiten der Galerie zur Verfügung. Erste Ausstellung:
APOCALYPTIC COLORS - so der Titel der Ausstellung ,zeigt
künstlerische Positionen aus Street Art und Graffiti, die ihre
gemeinsamen Wurzeln im öffentlichen Raum finden. Eine Auswahl an
internationalen jungen Künstlern, wie Blek le Rat, Blu, Mark Jenkins,
Thomas"Keramik"Mock, R.K.D.U., Alex Ruthner, und Matthias Wermke, werden
erstmals gemeinsam in einer Galerienausstellung gezeigt.
Die ausgestellten Arbeiten reflektieren die Motive und Signale einer
immer wiederkehrenden Abfolge einzelner Sujets, die mit
unterschiedlichen Mitteln wie Stencil, Graffiti bis hin zu Aktionskunst,
den öffentlichen Raum besetzen.
Bei diesen Interventionen, die Form der ständigen Wiederholung und
Betonung eines Sujets, mit dem normativen Gehalt der Sprache sind sowohl
als gesellschaftspolitisches Statement aber auch als künstlerisches
Motiv zu verstehen.
Zu sehen sind Malerei, Installationen, sowie Videoarbeiten und
An interactive coloring book exhibition for a good cause/
Montréal’s Under Pressure international graffiti festival and Galerie d’art Yves Laroche - come together for a new interactive exhibition: Color Me Bad. Over the past 13 years, Under Pressure has invited over 30 artists to produce original artwork for the covers of their magazine and their annual event limited edition t-shirts. Now, these images will be transferred and stretched onto canvas stripped down to a basic outline: like a coloring book. Proceeds from the event will be going towards the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Color Me Bad invites artists and guests, including children and adults, to draw on the canvases using crayons. Being silently auctioned off throughout the evening, proceeds raised from the canvases and catalogues will be donated to the Montreal Children’s Hospital Foundation.
Also exhibiting will be a Wall of Fame portrait series of emerging and established graffiti artists by Danny Portieous, taken at last year’s Under Pressure festival.
In conjunction with Giant Robot, Scion presents Insiders, Outsiders & The Middle at its 4,500 square foot Installation L.A. Gallery. At Giant Robot, the definition of art ranges from straight contemporary painting to sculpted figures (which were considered action figures just a few years ago). This exhibition celebrates not the disparate mediums, but the divergent mindsets of artists--as well as the gray areas.
Insiders are artists who work so hard in front of their computers that they don't leave their chairs long enough to hang their pieces on walls. More often, their art is found onscreen, in print, and on T-shirts. Adrian Johnson is an example from the U.K., with a retro drawing style inspired by children's books. The other Insiders are from Japan. Noriko Ashino runs the A Piece of Design firm, and specializes in a variety of disciplines including character design and graphics. Sometimes known as ZariganiWorks, the duo of Taro Mukasa and Yoshitane Sakamoto are responsible for the infamous Suicide Bomb Button, have created the Kore Janai Robo (which has gone from handmade wood figurines to vinyl characters with a TV show), and freelance design toys, characters, and products.
Outsiders include Space Invader, a street artist from Paris who makes his mark on walls around the world and calls each tiled piece an "invasion." He painstakingly documents each one before it gets ripped downâ€”either by city workers or collectorsâ€”and publishes his work in books and maps. Kami is revered as a graffiti legend in Tokyo and has successfully transitioned from the streets to art galleries. His pieces often resemble flowing water.
And then there's The Middle. The original work of Kyoto-based Shinya Yamamoto has been found in many exhibitions as well as the drum set of Sonic Youth's Steve Shelley. Part Basquiat and part left-brain madness, his style is free flowing and dreamy. Nao Harada, proprietor of the Wrecks clothing line, sketches, draws, and paints with no regard to the meaning of art. He rides around on his BMX leaving stickers and tags around Tokyo. The lone American in the group, Ed Trask, is from Virginia. He tours constantly as the drummer for the veteran punk band Avail. Through painting, he recalls and reinterprets the slices of Americana that he sees on the road. Although there is no obvious correlation between the artists, they form a powerful cross-section of creative forces that are physically active with their art. They belie the image of the stationary artist and pose the question of how they will co-exist in a restrained gallery setting.
Opening reception August 2, 7:00 P.M. -10:00 P.M.
Scion Installation L.A. Gallery
3521 Helms Ave. (at National)
Culver City, CA 90232.
Gallery hours are Wednesday through Saturday 11:00 AM -6:00 PM and by
appointment - 310.815.8840.
On Saturday, August 2nd, Chor Boogie will be painting live at Federation Square, a cultural center of Melbourne. Other participating guests include Peat Wollaeger, Russell Howze, John Koleszar, Reboot and others. This is a part of Melbourne Stencil Festival, amazing festival that includes gallery shows, live walls, film screenings and more.
Berlin Germany: August 2, 2008
Graffiti Workshop an der legendären Hall Of Fame am Wildstyle Shop Berlin
Am 02. August 2008 | Nur 2,50 EUR (mit Kundenkarte), 5,00 EUR (ohne Kundenkarte)
Maximal 20 Personen! Anmeldung: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chicago IL: August 1 - 30, 2008
Oklahoma City OK: August 2, 2008
Made You Look 2008
[no affiliation with MUL]
AUGUST 2nd, 2008 at the I.A.O. Art Gallery, located at 811 N. Broadway on Historic Automobile Alley,
Downtown OKC. Visit their site: http://www.iaogallery.org/
Oakland CA: August 1 - 30, 2008
TDK: Dream RIP, Vogue, Phresh, Merx, and many more
Dr Dog born in the '80s raised in the '90s. Invited to Banksy and
Inkie's Bristol jam "Walls on Fire" in 1998, and founded UK graffiti
crew AAGH with Sickboy in the same year. Dr. Dog has exhibited from
London, Bristol, Hull and Manchester to Berlin and Toyko.
And introducing Michael Smith who in the main paints
wigged-out portraits of all sorts of people.
This exhibition will also be a featured exhibition on the homepage
of Japan UK 2008.
New Paintings, Drawings, Sculpture and Limited Edition Giclées by Miss
Van and Victor Castillo
OPENING RECEPTION: SATURDAY, 26 JULY, 19:00 – 22:00 H
EXHIBITION DATES: 26 JULY – 23 AUGUST 2008
GALLERY HOURS: TUESDAY – SATURDAY, 12:00 – 18:00
Merry Karnowsky Gallery Berlin is proud to present CANTO NEGRO Y
BRUJERIAS, featuring the paintings of Barcelona-based artists Miss Van
(France) and Victor Castillo (Chile). The two unfold their unique but
harmonious iconographies in a pictorial exercise of intersecting ideas.
These artists approach from their personal perspectives subjects like
seduction, desire, enchantment, and the game of infantile cruelty. The
title of the exhibition attempts to unite these proposals and at the
same time, alludes to Spanish culture, superstition and witchcraft as
basic context, and dark invocations of common ghosts.
The "poupees" of Miss Van, always surrounded in sensational
atmospheres, embody the surrounding energies of the loving spell that
they seduce and catch. All are portrayed in mystical scenarios, between
meditation and liberation of evil, introspection and exorcism. Through
their closed eyes, we enter into the private worlds of each, reflecting
on their dark side and feminine fragility. Miss Van's work has shown in
the United States, France, England, Austria, Italy, Spain, the
Netherlands, Switzerland, Belgium, Germany and Australia.
Victor Castillo shows us a mixture of classic and comic painting
loaded with infantile personages of subjects: macabre, joy, seduction
and the unscrupulous pleasures of the destruction game. At the same time
he also makes references to contemporary realities and a new
generation's stimulations from the increasing bombardment by the media.
Castillo's work has shown in Spain, Chile, Argentina, Brazil, the United
States, Canada, Belgium and Taiwan.
For More Information please contact Merry Karnowsky at
email@example.com. For inquiries in the U.S., call 323.933.4408
Channel Islands UK: July 25 - August 17, 2008
The Get Down and Readerswives Collective present
Weapon of Choice
Bristol's hottest live graff night here in Guernsey. We've pulled out
all the stops and invited Cheba, Mr Jago, Nikill and Inkie to our fair
shores to paint. They will be joined on stage by local yocals Rost and
Dred (RWC). Tuneage for the night will be supplied by oneofakind along
with some very special guests, Entry is a measly £5.
FRIDAY 25th JULY
10:30pm - LATE
You are invited to the opening of Weapon of Choice an exhibition of work
by four of the UK's leading street artists; Cheba, Inkie, Mr Jago and
SATURDAY 26th JULY at the CENTRE FOLD GALLERY from 6:00pm -
Centre Fold Gallery
Trinity Square Centre
St Peter Port
In addition to painting the gallery wall the Weapon of Choice crew
will be bringing over plenty of canvases and works on paper so make sure
you bring some of that hard earned cash.
Exhibition opening times:
27th July - 17th August 2008
Monday - Sunday
10:30am - 9:30pm
A diverse range of contemporary urban art from Tehran to Tel Aviv. Featured artists include: A1one, Ame 72, Cekis, Cern, Cope2, Klone, Meres, Know Hope, Onesto, Pez, Smiling Bag Productions and Zero Cents. Opening reception: Thursday, July 17, 6-8 pm; continues through August 31.
Tue-Sat, 9am-10pm; Sun, 10am-6pm, 466 Grand Street, between Pitt and Clinton (F to Delancey, J and M to Essex St)
Sao Paulo, Brazil: July 15 - August 30, 2008
Henfil Cultural Space of Sao Bernardo
opening July 15, 7pm
visiting - july 16 - august 30, 08
BLVD Gallery proudly presents "Pneumonia, Isolation, and Disorder" a show of new works by Deuce 7. Deuce 7 is a graffiti artist from Minneapolis who is also part of a burgeoning underground subculture of Freight train hoppers. He travels across the country riding the rails, painting his work on trains, in tunnels, squats, and wherever he can do his thing. Deuce 7's approach to graffiti comes not from a cultural identity like hip hop but from his love of the Railroad and it's history. He grew up train spotting, living in front of a huge railyard, and after noticing the colorful graffiti on the rail cars he decided that this would be a way for him to contribute to rail culture.
Deuce 7's work shares the flavor of the "Hobo" Glyphs that rail workers have marked freight cars with for over a century while propelling the look into the 21st century with his studied handstyles and vibrant color schemes. In 2007 Deuce7 made a trip to NYC to do graffiti and experience the Mecca of Street Art. After 2 short weeks he had taken the city by storm and was profiled in the Village Voice with the tagline "Is a guy from Minnesota the new king of New York street art?", A very impressive achievement for a previously unknown graffiti artist from the midwest in a city renowned for it's dislike of intruding outsiders.
This will be his first solo show of drawings and paintings on the West Coast.
Los Angeles CA: July 10 - Aug 10, 2008
WRITE & REVOLT!
EXHIBIT, ART JAM & BOOK RELEASE PARTY & TALK
JULY 12 SAT:
ARTIST RECEPTION & BOOK RELEASE PARTY
A new book by Josh MacPhee & Favianna Rodriguez
6 PM - Book Talk w/Co-Editor, Favianna Rodriguez
7 - 10 PM - Reception
AUG 9 SAT:
CLOSING. 6 - 9 PM
Mike the Poet
Live Painting by Mear
Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca
YO! What Happened to Peace Crew
Berlin Germany: July 5 - August 3, 2008
The art festival urban affairs is pleased to announce a large-scale exhibition featuring current positions of contemporary urban art and street art from july 5th to august 3rd in berlin- the global epicenter of this international art movement. Forty-five artists from ten countries, all major players in the urban art genre, have been invited for a three-day residency at the galerie friedrichshoehe, a new cultural center in berlin-friedrichshain. Located in a post-industrial building, this 900 sq. Meter exhibition space is the ideal location for the largest and most comprehensive urban art exhibition in germany to date.
JULY 5TH, 3PM: OPENING EVENT + VERNISSAGE, THEN AFTER-PARTY IN THE PHB CLUB
AUGUST 3RD: FINISSAGE-PARTY IN THE PHB CLUB
OPENING TIMES: TUESDAY – THURSDAY 2PM TILL 9PM / FRIDAY – SUNDAY 3PM TILL 11PM
GALERIE FRIEDRICHSHOEHE AT BRAUEREI FRIEDRICHSHOEHE
/ PHB CLUB /
BIERGARTEN FRIEDRICHSHOEHE, LANDSBERGER ALLEE 54, BERLIN FRIEDRICHSHAIN (FORMER PATZENHOFERBRAUEREI, NÄHE SEZ)
ALIAS (DE) / ANTON UNAI (DE) / BONK! (DE) / BEN THE (FR) / BIMER (DE) / CZARNOBYL (DE) / CRAPO (FR) / DANIEL TAGNO (DE) / DOLK (NO) / EINSAMKEIT (ES) / EL BOCHO (DE) / EL LOLO (ES) / EL TONO (ES) / EMESS (DE) / FUNK25 (DE) / GEORGIOS (GR) / IXI COLOR (PL) / IX PLANET (DE) / JAST! (DE) / JAYBO AKA MONK (DE) / JUST (DE) / KINDERMASSIVE (HU) / M-CITY (PL) / MASSMIX (PL) / MOKI (DE) / MORTE (FR) / MYMONSTERS (ES) / NANO 4814 (ES) / NEON (DE) / NOAZ (ES) / NOMAD (DE) / NURIA (ES) / OBELISK (CA) / OVNI (ES) / ROBERT STUMPF (DE) / SWANSKI (PL) / TOM 14 (BR) / WOW THE DEAD (DE) / XOOOOX (DE)
In the first commission to use the building's iconic river façade, and
the first major public museum display of street art in London, Tate
Modern presents the work of six internationally acclaimed artists whose
work is intricately linked to the urban environment:
Blu from Bologna, Italy; the artist collective Faile from New York, USA;
JR from Paris, France; Nunca and Os Gemeos, both from Sao Paulo, Brazil
and Sixeart from Barcelona, Spain.
You can also take the Street Art Walking Tour: an urban tour of
site-specific art from a group of five Madrid-based street artists:
3TTMan, Spok, Nano 4814, El Tono and Nuria - a map is available
here and in the gallery.
Various events will take place during the exhibition, including an
interactive evening with experimental New York artists Graffiti Research
Lab, refacing Tate Modern with graffiti light projections.
Sunday to Thursday, 10.00–18.00.
Friday and Saturday, 10.00–22.00.
Last admission into exhibitions 17.15 (Friday and Saturday 21.15).
There is a reception at the Oakland Museum on May 22 from 4-8pm. It is open to
the public. Come through!
If you cannot attend, try to take some youth to the show. It will be up
until mid August. The show focuses on 1), art and architecture around
1959s era jazz, and 2), what youth are defining as cool in the Bay Area
Art Installation by Chicago artist Erik DeBat aka RISK
Piccolo, 859 N. Damen at Iowa in Ukrainian Village
Saturday, March 8th, 2008 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. - Summer 2008
Chicago--Enjoy a night of neighborhood art, refreshments and Italian
fare at Piccolo, 859 N. Damen at Iowa in Chicago's Ukrainian Village.
Artist Erik DeBat aka RISK will unveil a recent large-scale urban
painting installation accompanied by some of his minimalist aerosol can
RISK, the Chicago painter and designer began his career on Chicago's
rapid transit lines in the early 1980s, joining in the then underground
sub-culture of graffiti art and hip-hop. RISK was among the first wave
of talented Chicago urban artists to make their transition from the
streets and begin to exhibit and sell their paintings in galleries.
Throughout the late 80s RISK began seriously working on commissions for
interior designers and private collectors. He met and painted with the
late pop artist Keith Haring in 1989, while working on a mural project
in conjunction with Chicago Public Schools and the Chicago Cultural
Center's then budding arts program Gallery 37.
In the 90s, RISK attended School of the Art Institute of Chicago where
he studied graphic design, collage, photography and painting.
Manufactured two street ware lines which he and partners exported to
Japan and sold throughout the U.S., RISK continues to make his art, work
on private commissions, and produce limited edition designs from his
studio in Chicago's North Lakeview.
Guest DJs will be spinning assortment of low-key rhythms, appetizers
and refreshments will be served throughout the evening. For more info on
Piccolo call 773-772-3355 or go to www.piccolochicago.com. For more info
on artist Erik DeBat aka RISK contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or go
New York: March 2 - August 4, 2008
Making it Together
Doña adding finishing touches
Please join Pink this Sunday March 2 at 2-6pm at the Bronx Museum with the official unveiling of her newest collaborative mural.
"Activism is Never Done" is a collaborative effort by TooFly, Muck, Doña and Lady Pink and is part of the exhibit titled "Making it Together".
Please see http://www.bronxmuseum.org for more details.
Making It Together:
Women's Collaborative Art + Community
Making It Together explores an important chapter in recent history when women artists, inspired by the 1970s Feminist Movement, worked collectively in new ways to engage communities and address social issues.
Guest-curator: Carey Lovelace
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
1040 Grand Concourse
Bronx, New York 10456
San Jose CA: July 27, 2008
Pacific Art Collective & South Bay Hip Hop Showcase present
2 MEX in San Jose
Live Mural Art, Exhibits & Beats!
This Sunday, July 27
14 S. Second St.
21+ | $10
2 MEX (Full Set)
Lucky Lucianni & Fritz
Can't Find a Villain
Special Exhibition featuring:
Black Boots Ink Collective Documentary Photography from Guadalajara, Mexico
Lisa Adams, Asylm, Anthony Ausgang, Chaz Bojorquez, Ray Choi, Wayne Coe, Tomata du Plenty, Richard Duardo, Britt Ehringer, Eye One, Germs, Gregg Gibbs, Daniel Gonzalez, Adam Grey, Stephen Holman, Greg Jezewski, Daniel Johnston, Michael Knowlton, Wally Lab, Dave Leamon, Oscar Magallanes, Mear One, Midztoro, Steve Olson, Gil Ortiz, Retna, Big Daddy Roth, Robert Williams, Axis, Dani Tull, Overton Loyd
at the Centro Cultural de la Raza - 2125 Park Blvd., San Diego CA
July 24th - 26th - 7pm to 11pm / July 27th - 7pm to 10pm
Live Music and Performances:
Thursday: DJ Existance 76
Friday: DJ Steven Suiter & Old E, Los Able Minded Poets
Saturday: Mr. Henshaw & MC Unite, Stunt Double & Tenshun
Sunday: DJ Ocean & Besos
Marka 27, Anselmo Garcia, Plan, Santos Orellana, William Henry, Vyal,
Mr. Maxx Moses, Israel Espinoza, Perry Vasquez, Cern, Filthism.com,
Rain, Jesse Hernandez, Chor Boogie, Werc, The Burial of Crow, Bor*d,
Victor Oxoa, Dorms, Robots Will Kill, Saratoga Sake, Burial 33,
Rebelstar Graphics, Mario Torero, Demer and more.
2565 Francis Lewis Blvd.
Bayside NY 11357
Milwaukee, WI: July 19, 2008
TRUE Skool will host its 4th Annual Block Party
LOCATION: Project Excel 1115 S. 7th Street (7th St. & Scott St), Milwaukee, WI
DATE: Saturday July 19th 2008
The event will provide local and national Graffiti Artists an
opportunity to compete for prizes in a live legal and safe graffiti art
competition. The competition will consist of two categories, one for
youth 17 and under and one for young adults ages 18 and older that will
paint on canvases for separate 1st, 2nd, & 3rd prizes. TRUE Skool
is bringing back our special guest COPE2, world renowned Graffiti
Artist, who will participate in painting a community mural with our
Graffiti Art students July 18th. COPE2 will also be a judge at the Block
Party/Graffology event July 19th from 12noon-6pm. DJ Kid Cut Up will
provide the music for the event and
Bboy Mijo” who is also TRUE Skool’s Breakdancing
instructor will provide a breakdancing workshop. Wilde Scion’s car
club will be in attendance with Scion cars from all over the Milwaukee
area. Wilde Scion will be providing artists with wheel covers (hubcaps)
that they will use to create custom, one-of-a-kind aerosol art pieces.
Wilde Scion will have a drawing for these custom-designed hubcaps for
those who sign up for Scion’s VIP list. There will also be a
special hubcap designed by COPE2, which will be raffled off the day of
the event. For details on the event and how to register for the
Graffology battle visit www.trueskool.org.
Now accepting submissions of pictures to determine who will be painting at the 9th Annual. The total exhibition is 250 feet and is outdoor at the park with the kids and the whole community. Great Vibe.
When submitting, artists are encouraged to utilize their art to send a message to the thousands in attendance, especially the teens and children. Messages of sustainability, peace, and anything positive but not corny is encouraged...
please submit to email@example.com
deadline June 16, 2008
San Bruno (San Francisco) CA: July 16, 2008
WEDNESDAY, JULY 16TH
Join us at youtube's new headquarters in
San Bruno for the launch of "YouTube Rotations".
The first in a series of exhibitions showcasing
new work from West Coast visual forward
thinkers. Experience new work from Aden Catalani,
Alex Pardee, Matt Jacuzzi, Eric Nakashima,
Colin Whitlow, Sadia Harper and the
901 CHERRY AVE.
SAN BRUNO, CA
Santander, Spain: July 14 - 18, 2008
SUSO33: Curso de Verano de la Universidad Menéndez Pelayo, en Santander
Ya está abierto el plazo de solicitud para asistir al Curso Magistral que impartirá SUSO33 en el apartado” El autor y su obra” en los Cursos de Verano de la Universidad Menéndez Pelayo en Santander bajo el titulo “El arte urbano como vanguardia”.
La fecha de inicio del curso es del 14 de Julio y la de clausura es el 18 de julio en el cual SUSO33 nos hará un recorrido de su trayectoria y obra con una amplia selección de documentación audiovisual y con invitados de excepción como Henry Chalfant, Miguel Angel Rolland y Fernando Figueroa.
SUSO33: Summer program at the University Menendez Pelayo, Santander
The term of request to attend to the Skillful Course "The autor and its work", which will be taught by SUSO33 is already open. The course will take place at “the urban art like vanguard”. University Menéndez Pelayo in Santander.
The Course starts on July 14th and ends on July 18th in which SUSO33 will do a tour of his career and work with a wide selection of audio-visual documentation and with guests of exception like Henry Chalfant, Miguel Angel Rolland and Fernando Figueroa.
14 de julio
Dirección: Miguel Ángel Rolland
Género: Cortometraje documental
(Nominado a los Premios Goya como Mejor Cortometraje Documental 2005)
Escritura con imágenes es el punto de partida de este documental, en el que se retrata a cuatro escritores de graffiti de Madrid y Barcelona que forman parte de una generación pionera e ilustrada en el street art: SUSO33, ISRA, SIXE y KAPI.
Style Wars (1983)
Dirección: Tony Silver
Productores: Tony Silver y Henry Chalfant
(Gran Premio al Mejor Documental en el Festival de Sundance 1984)
Legendario documental que muestra la explosión de la cultura del hip hop en los años dorados del Nueva York de los ochenta.
Fernando Figueroa, historiador
Miguel Angel Rolland, periodista, escritor y director
Suso 33, artista urbano multidisciplinar
16 de julio
Del mambo al hip hop: un cuento del South Bronx (2006)
Dirección: Henry Chalfant
Fábula urbana del Bronx, un hervidero de inmigración latina y afroamericana que, gracias a la tradición musical de ambas culturas, forjó estilos musicales que han cambiado las pistas de baile, las calles y la manera de hacer música hoy en día.
17 de julio
Style Wars, Revisited (2002)
Dirección: Tony Silver y Henry Chalfant
Los protagonistas de la primera versión de Style Wars se reencuentran con el director y discuten el sorprendente auge de un movimiento callejero nacido como una expresión más bien marginal, y que para entonces ya es materia de la gran industria del espectáculo.
Henry Chalfant, fotógrafo y productor
Berkeley (San Francisco / Oakland) CA: July 12, 2008
Graffiti 4 Charity
We have a show coming up on Saturday July 12, 2008 from 12 am to 5 pm
in Berkeley, California, USA at People's Park (Next to Amoeba Records)
2526 Haste Street, Berkeley, California, USA.
There's going to be 5 LIVE hip hop acts performing and 1 jazz band.
The show will benefit an organization called STRONG (Standing To
Represent Our Next Generation, wearestrong.org).
There will be different booths set up. Clowns for the little ones.
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN DOING A LIVE PIECE DURING THE PERFORMANCES
OR IF YOU HAVE A PIECE YOU WOULD LIKE TO DONATE PLEASE LET ME KNOW AS
SOON AS POSSIBLE. You can email me at
Riverside (Los Angeles) CA: July 12, 2008
Sea No Evil
Art benefit to preserve and protect the oceans of the world
On Saturday July, 12th 2008 the Sea No Evil Art Benefit will take place at the Riverside Art Museum located in the historic Downtown District of Riverside, California . To Die For is once again proud to work with Monster Media and give something back to the beautiful creatures of our ocean . This Art benefit is to raise money and awareness for Captain Paul Watson Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, a non-profit organization that is passionately dedicated to preserving the health of the worlds ocean and saving endangered mammals that are needlessly and mercilessly hunted and brutally slaughtered for nefarious purposes.
All of the staff at To Die For feel very passionately about this cause and the importance to help create public awareness . After the success we had with last years event featuring artists such as Shepherd Fairy form OBEY and our very own DEPH from To Die For we have kept the momentum going and have brought together what we think are some of the best tattooists in the world to donate artwork. On top of this, RVCA have also donated their time and art with some amazing pieces . All of the the donated art will be available for purchase through silent auction bidding on Saturday 12th July 2008.
Everything about this benefit is amazing, says To Die For co-owner Jason Welsher. To see this many people come together for such a special cause is inspiring and the support we've had from the To Die For artists donating their art and time is something we are truly grateful for.
Captain Paul Watson , Founder of the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, will speak about the importance of his life's work. Renowned artist Shepherd Fairey will DJ in the art gallery and acclaimed singer songwriter Matt Costa will Perform on the roof of the museum. Free drinks will be provided to guests compliments of Sambazon, VeeV, and Imperial.
By supporting an event like this you'll walk away knowing you have done something positive and helped an amazing cause. With your help we can make a difference . We look forward to seeing you all on July 12th .
Sea No Evil came about when Riverside residents Derric and Erin Swinfard decided to take up a cause and use their networking for the good of the worldâ€™s oceans. They rounded up friends, artists, and business owners to create an art benefit that raised more than $30,000.
Screwed In is a collaborative
installation and exhibition
featuring 7 artists who hail from St. Louis.
Peat Wollaeger, Justin
Tolentino, Bryan Walsh, Chris Burch, Stan Chisholm, Chris Sabatino
and David Langley will combine their talents and diverse influences
to create a large-scale installation and an exhibition of their
DJ Mahf (StL/Earthworms) and DJ Expo (L.A./The
Root Down) will be rockin' the house with the b-boys providing the
An international graffiti festival in Kala Nera, Greece
This summer, the municipality of Kala Nera in Volos, Greece is organizing Color Your Life festival and graffiti contest. The festival will take place on the 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th of July, 2008 in the picturesque sea-side village of Kala Nera, situated on the foot of Pelion mountain, and just a 20-minute ride from Volos city. The graffiti contest will feature writers from all over the world as well as live performances of electronic, reggae and hip-hop music and art workshops for children.
The artists will create a new work of art each of the three days of the contest based on the themes Humanity and Communication in the 21st Century, Planet Earth in Danger and Tolerate the Different and will compete for the prize of 10.000 ? for the top position, 5.000 ? for the second and 2.500 ? for the third. The judges will be the acknowledged German graffiti writer Sat One, the professors of architecture Giorgos Tzirtzilakis and Iordanis Stylidis, the painter and art professor Alexandros Psychoulis and the psychologist Galini Iliopoulou. On the last day of the contest there will be a special auction where the visitors will be given the chance own some of the art created on the festival.
For more information about visiting Kala Nera and experiencing Color Your Life as a visitor or as a contestant see http://www.coloryourlife.gr
Artists participating in the contest must register by completing the registration form.
440 broadway / SOHO . NYC / GALLERY SHOW / opening 9 th JULY / 8 PM-2 AM
STREETART & more featuring:
i love ally
Graffiti Research Lab Vienna
Puerto Rico: July 7 - 20, 2008
GRAPHOPOLI: World's 1st Urban Art Biennale
The Puerto Rico Museum of Art (MAPR) announced last May the selection
of the artists for its upcoming project, Graphopoli, the World's 1st
Urban Art Biennale, which will take place in Puerto Rico this summer
from July 7th to the 20th. This innovative cultural program curated by
Celina Nogueras Cuevas, will impact many of the main cities of Puerto
Rico's including San Juan, Ponce, Caguas and Mayaguez which supported
the event as host municipalities, assigning outdoor spots where
simultaneous interventions will take place by urban artists.
With an open call for entries, the MAPR and the selection committee
have drawn the best urban artists to participate in a contest where they
will paint giant-scale structures. The jury composed by international
figures like infamous Miss 17 from NY and artist/editor of Swindle
Magazine, Sonik (Boston) and local professionals selected from over 40
submissions. The selection is composed by two categories which include
Solo and Crew.. The first include artists such as: Bik-ismo, Sofía,
Justsez, Larregui, Pun18 and Nepo; and the second composed by ADM,
Corografico and OS. The artists would have an exceptional opportunity
to intervene large scale uncommon places such as a water pump, a student
residence building, sport center roof, a lighthouse viewpoint and a
water tank, among others.
"This is an unprecedented event that will transform Puerto Rico into
a World Capital of Urban Art", stated Celina Nogueras Cuevas, curator
and coordinator of the project. Since the 90Zs, Puerto Rico has
captivated the attention of Urban Artists from around the world. Many
international personalities such as, Brasilian artist Os Gemeos, and
American artists Shepard Fairey and Swoon, had come to the island to
spread their art, exhibiting their unique urban style and techniques in
alternative spaces.. "These important pieces have become part of the
Urban Art Movement legacy, enriching our artistic patrimony created by
Puerto Rican artist like Lee Quiñones, Dzine and many emergent figures
that are defining the new generation of urban artists."
Graphopoli, the 1st urban art Biennale of Puerto Rico and the world
is a project developed by the MAPR with the collaboration of UBS
Financial Services of Puerto Rico and CEO Miguel Antonio Ferrer. In
addition of the hosting municipalities, Graphopoli count with the
support of brands like Glidden, Snickers, Montana Colors, Lo Nitido, and
the program "Vive Cultura!" in the Mayor City. For information visit
www.graphopoli.com or email us at
ZDB - galeria zé dos bois,
rua da barroca 59,
day 4 from 18 to 21 hours
day 5 and 6 from 14 to 18 hours
Envisioning the future of "Bairro Alto" walls through the opinions of
graffiti writers, street artist, architects, sociologists,
anthropologists, politicians, merchants, neighbours...to get to know the
different points of view just by talking, and showing works, trying to
put an action in place.
Pedro Soares Neves
new paintings with free hand and stencil spray paint on walls and any material we can find..
installations with sculpture and also you can get limited edition screen prints.
come and check it out...
Prince Albert street,
Brighton UK: July 4 - 13, 2008
Rising Styles Block Party
London UK: July 3 - July 31, 2008
Barcelona Spain: July 3, 2008
New York: July 3, 2008
"TST" THE SUPREME TEAM PRESENTS:
URBAN LEGENDS GRAFF SHOW
"EL PINTANTE DE LOS PINTANTES"
Showing art from some of the 1980s' most prolific NYC subway writers and their special invited guests.
Come celebrate in honor of "AC and BETE NYC".
LOCATION : SKI BAR - 7314 5th Ave BAY RIDGE BROOKLYN, NY (CLOSED SUBWAY: THE "R" TRAIN TO "BAY RIDGE PKWY")
DATE: THURSDAY JULY 3rd, 2008 - 7PM TO 12AM
NO ONE UNDER 21 ALLOWED!
Hammond IN: June 16 - July 11, 2008
IUN Gallery for Contemporary Art will be hosting the "INDY WINDY LOVE" group exhibition.
The exhibition provides Northwest Indiana with a glimpse of 23 active Midwest graffiti and street artists.
Curated by Ismael Muhammad Nieves (aka ISH) of CISA Gallery, the line-up for this show is of historic impact.
It reflects the Midwest contribution to the graffiti/street art/urban culture.
Opening Reception: June 20th
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Music Provided by DJ Edikut of Hip-Hop Collective Norph
Location: IUN Gallery for Contemporary Art
Indiana University Northwest
Gary, IN 46408
After Party: June 20th
Time: 9pm - 12am
Location: CISA Gallery
6725 Kennedy Ave.
Hammond, IN 46323
Photos by Ish:
Seattle WA: June 13 - July 5, 2008
BLVD Gallery is proud to present for the month of June
"Hairy Metal Vengence"
new works by Bigfoot
June 13 - July 5, 2008
Reception June 13 6p - 10p
BLVD Gallery is proud to present the work of Oakland based artist Bigfoot.
Bigfoot is a Bay area Graffiti legend and has been a major influence in the skateboard
industry for close to a decade. Originally from New Jersey ,young Bigfoot fled to California to be closer to big trees . Disassociated from art school and human society, in 1994 he started writing "Bigfoot" in the streets of San Francisco with relentless fury .Working often with house paint and wooden panels ,his work depicts the conflict between the respect for nature held by the artist's cast of Bigfoot characters and the destructive agenda of mankind. Despite his reclusive nature, Bigfoot has managed to stay active in society ,designing skateboard graphics and footwear ,showing in galleries in America and Japan,and the release of his vinyl figure with Strangeco in 2004. His eponymous character and his love of heavy metal play a major role in his studio work as well as his highly recognized street art. Please join us at his opening reception Friday June 13 to Meet the artist and Ride the Lightning.
It's going to be hot, we've got 10 different artists from all over the
globe showing. Award winning Scottish artist, Kirsty Whiten, alongside
SuzyQ, artist in residence at Central St.Martins, who makes work
inspired by her Scottish heritage.
Ali Wyllie, co-founder of Recoat will
be showing again, under his alias REKOR, plus two well-known, prolific,
Glasgow based Graffiti artists, GAZMAC and EJEK.
We've invited ASKEW, a
writer we met out in New Zealand, to show some of his new photography
work. John Grider is sending stencil work over from Minneapolis, he just
took part in the huge Stencil Festival that happened in London.
also showing, an Argentinian street artist, illustrator, photographer
and graphic designer and Swampdonkey, a young American artist from
Santa Cruz is showing some of his weird drawings.
Katie MacKinnon is the
final exhibiting artist. She makes large-scale paintings based on the
interior of the human body, they're beautiful.
The exhibition is sponsored by Carhartt and Red Bull
Concours de graff‚ Plus de couleurs contre le racisme, Terrasse du « off »
Exposition de pochoirs et animation DJ - Place du Centre-Ville
Sound System pour la Fête de la musique ˆ Terrasse du « off »
Kosmopolite, Festival International d’art mural & de graffiti
Le festival international de graffiti de Bagnolet, trouve son fil artistique grâce à deux collectifs locaux de graffeurs, MAC et Douze12, rassemblés dans une association, Kosmopolite. Aujourd’hui soutenu par la ville de Bagnolet, cet événement fait figure d’apprentissage mutuel, ouvert sur la ville.
Particulièrement représentée dans les villes d’Athènes et de Thessalonique, la scène picturale hellénique est sans aucun doute la plus décalée d’Europe. Artistes français et internationaux, expositions, films, performances, concerts, spectacles… rendront tour à tour hommage à la culture du graffiti.
Exposition M.A.C. Crew
Mercredi 18 juin au 13 juillet 2008 à la Médiathèque de Bagnolet
(Vernissage le Mercredi 18 juin à 19h avec signature du livre Stencil History X)
Pour cette 7ème édition de kosmopolite, le collectif de peintre M.A.C. rend hommage à l’esprit de mai 68, et plus particulièrement à un autre collectif d’artistes Bagnoletais, la Coopérative des Malassis.
À l’heure où le Président de la république remet en cause les acquis de mai 68 et le vent de liberté qui l’accompagne, le collectif M.A.C. remet en avant des idéaux et une critique sociale pertinente. À travers fresques, toiles, graffitis et pochoirs, l’exposition met en avant cette approche collective et la diversité picturale de ses auteurs.
*Inaugurazione evento con concerti*
sabato 14 dalle 18:00
sabato 14 dalle 18:00 alle 23:00
domenica 15 dalle 14:00 alle 23:00
*Orari della mostra*
sab14 e dom15: 10-12 e 15:30-24:00
lun-mar-mer-gio: 9-12 e 14-18
Via Dante Alighieri, 49 - Crema (CR)
Centro Culturale S.Agostino
Nuove Sale espositive "Agello"
New York NY: June 14, 2008
Channel 1 presents
"The Block Party"
in association with Mass Appeal Magazine, Play New Haven, Prestel
Publishing, Upper Playground, Old Gold, Gourmet Kickz, Red Bull, and
Channel 1 presents "The Block Party" for Ideat Village at Pitkin
Plaza on Saturday June 14, 2008, the first day of Festival of Arts and
Ideas . Join Channel 1 for one of the most unique urban experiences to
transpire in recent New Haven history. We teamed up with graffiti
writers, breakdancers, Gourmet Kickz, and Ego Trip's Sacha Jenkins and
to produce an event that plays back to the community spirit of the early
Channel 1 has secured 100 ft of wall space for an aerosol jam.
Pre-registration suggested for wall space. B boys and B girls will be in
full effect for our breakdancing competition. Eight crews will compete
in a 3-man jam for prizes and fame.
For those with literary interests,
we present a book signing with Sacha Jenkins and Dave "Chino" Villorente.
Sacha Jenkins is a member of Ego Trip, the hip-hop media collective,
and a producer of VH1's new reality contest Miss Rap Supreme and The
White Rapper Show. Chino is a graff writer, journalist and published
author who has been illuminating the NY landscape with his art for over
20 years. These two will be doing a live signing of their recently
released collaborative title called "Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of
For more event schedule call 1(888) SHOP-CH1 or goto www.channel1online.com for further details. Rain date
for event is Sunday, June 15.
Pitkin Plaza (next to Koffee)
141 Orange St
New Haven, CT 06511
media sponsors: Play New Haven and Mass Appeal Magazine
product sponsors: Channel 1, Upper Playground, Old Gold, and Red Bull
service sponsors: Prestel Publications USA, Gourmet Kickz
Los Angeles CA: June 14, 2008
Saturday June 14th
Start Time Is At 7:00 p.m.
GCS Proudly Presents
A Signing Session With
Author STEVE GRODY
Along with Artists Featured In:
Street Style And Art
Artists Attending Book Signing:
For More Information
Please feel free
to visit or call us
168 West 3rd St.
Pomona CA, 91766
The U.S. Department of Homeland Graffiti Liquidation Sale!
The United States of America is going out of business! But here at the U.S. Department of Homeland Graffiti, we want to turn this moment of national embarrassment and hard times into real savings for you and your family. From June 4th through the 28th, the U.S.D.H.G and the Graffiti Research Lab are liquidating all confiscated, high-tech graffiti artifacts and tools, expunged evidence, court exhibits, anti-graffiti technology and office furnishings, priced to sell. So grab a handful of Euros or Mao Bucks and head on down to Anno Domini located between U.S. Routes 101 and 280 in Silicon Valley, California. Don't miss out on these sub-prime deals,because just like our empire, bargains of this nature won't last forever! Offer void in Maryland, Michigan, New Jersey, Tennessee, Utah, Virginia, and North Dakota. Local sales tax and service charges may apply.
The Graffiti Research Lab is dedicated to outfitting graffiti writers, artists, pranksters and protesters with open source tools for urban communication. The goal of the G.R.L. is to technologically empower individuals to creatively alter their surroundings on the scale of advertisers, corporations and the state in order to reclaim public space from both authoritarian and consumer culture. GRL Weapons of Mass Defacement (WMDs) are the result of numerous grants, awards and commissions from rogue governments, educational institutes and arts organizations. They have shown their work on five continents and will be featured in the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Tate Modern in London and the National Art Museum of China in Beijing in 2008. Their first documentary video, "GRL: The Complete First Season", recently premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. They have been featured in or contributed to publications, books and other mass media, like the New York Times, Time Magazine, Time Asia, The Taipei Times, Excelsior, Time Out New York, the Village Voice, Rolling Stone, Esquire, Wired, Il Corriere Della Sera, NBC, ABC, CNN, Boingboing.net, Digg.com and on the front page of Youtube. But more importantly, thousands of ubiquitous, clandestine agents have been trained, via the web, to use GRL tools and techniques to create their own public interventions all over the world. Graffiti Research Lab splinter cells have formed in Amsterdam, Vienna, Barcelona, Toronto, Tijuana, Hong Kong, Taipei, Minneapolis and Australia and the GRL NYC is honored to be New York's elected representative to the U.S. Department of Homeland Graffiti. The GRL is a Free Art and Technology (F.A.T.) production headquartered in the County of Kings: Brooklyn, NY. We are the GRL and we approve of this message.
Artist's Reception: First Friday, June 6th, 2008
8 p.m. 'til late - free and open to the public
Exhibit ends: June 28th, 2008
Join us for subZERO a SoFA arts & culture festival First Friday June 6th from 6pm - midnight. 2 music stages, 50 artists on South First Street between San Carlos and Reed Street. Free and open to the public.
This exhibition coincides with 01SJ, the 2nd Biennial Global Festival of Art on the Edge, in San Jose California June 4-8, 2008.
Anno Domini // the second coming of Art & Design
366 South First Street, San Jose, CA 95113 www.galleryAD.com 408.271.5155
Laemmle's Sunset 5 Theatre presents award winning director Jon Reiss'
latest documentary, Bomb It, a global graffiti film.
Reiss traveled to 5 continents and interviewed almost 200 artists.
Personalities such as Cornbread, Lady Pink, KRS One, Shepard Fairey, Os
Gemeos, and others share their lives with the camera.
Globally comprehensive as well as politically relevant, "At the core
of the film is a poignant social statement about public space and the
war being waged for it" (IGN.com). The myriad complexities regarding
public space were explored in New York, Philadelphia, London, Paris,
Amsterdam, Hamburg, Barcelona, Berlin, Cape Town, São Paulo, and Tokyo,
and Los Angeles.
The 93-minute film screens June 6-12 in Los Angeles.
To celebrate the LA premiere of Bomb It at the Laemmle Sunset 5 there
will be a premiere party on June 6th at The VineBar in Hollywood. Both
Garth Trinidad and Jeremy Sole from KCRW are DJing and there will be
free goodie bags too!! A ticket from any of the movie screenings will
get you into the party.
Premiere Party 10pm - 2am **free with movie ticket
1235 N. Vine St
Los Angeles, CA 90038
DELTA is renowned for his complex three dimensional styles and visually spectacular, architecturally structured lettering.
Elms Lester Painting Rooms are pleased to present a much awaited exhibition of DELTA' s latest work: a showcase of the Dutch master's graphic and architecturally inspired works, including new paintings, 3D constructivist pieces and complex collages.
Boris Tellegen, aka DELTA, is an internationally acclaimed contemporary artist from Amsterdam who skilfully experiments with a variety of mediums in order to create his amazingly intricate paintings, prints, 3D sculptures, video works and installations. His work reminds the old Utopists and Constructivists and can be seen as portraits of industrial architecture.
The first DELTA tag appeared on the streets in 1984: through the years this Netherlands based artist has developed a complex and unique style that resembles isometric plans and plays with ideas of architecture and high tech futuristic vehicles.DELTA introduces an alien and idiosyncratic aesthetic into graffiti art that escapes the common logo-like word IDs. He has influenced writers all over the world for decades with his 3D letter style.
Boris Tellegen was born in 1968.
He became one of the pioneers of the European graffiti movement, in 1984, when he made his tag DELTA for the first time.
His work shows the hallmark of his time at the Faculty of Industrial Design at the Technical University Delft, from where he graduated with a degree in Industrial Design Engineering in 1994.
Delta's fine art paintings and sculptures have recently been exhibitied in Singapore / Malaysia, London and Italy. He has also produced work for musicians such as Linkin Park, Dj Vadim (Ninja Tune), Rima project on Jazzanova Compost Records, Dub Records and Alex Cortez.
DELTA has exhibited with Elms Lesters Painting Rooms since 2003 and this will be his first solo show in UK.
MONDAY - FRIDAY : 11.00 h - 19.00 h
SATURDAY : 11.00 h - 18.00 h
New York: June 2, 2008
Monday, JUNE 2nd, 6pm until 1am
'70s Graf King Shadow Presents...A Bitchin Reunion of the Lost Classic Graffiti Film...
"STATIONS OF THE ELEVATED" by Manny Kirchheimer
TO BE HELD AT: FT GREENE / CLINTON HILL, 5 SPOT LOUNGE, 459 MYRTLE AVE
The Cast: Blade One, Lee Quinones, Kit 17, Mark 198, Butch, Kase 2, Duke Nine, Shadow
with special '70s Graf Guests: Shadow, Flint, Lava I-II, Tracy 168, Team, Lil Soul, 159 EXP, BAMA, SE-3-HAZE and surprise guests!
(no artist guaranteed due to conflicting schedules)
1st showing of the film at 6:15pm, followed by Q & A
2nd showing of the film at 7:15pm, followed by Q & A
after that get ready for an AWESOME 1970s OLDSKOOL SOUNDTRACK by DJ Copasetic & DJ Easy One
DJs will spin until at least 1am
GRAF KING SHADOW will be your MC for the evening and will be signing copies of the DVD Stations of the Elevated.
Opening reception Saturday, June 7th from 5 to 9 PM
UNDERGROUND/OVERGROUND a group show and collaborative exhibition featuring the works of graffiti artist CERN, street artist Billi Kid, photographer Elisha Cook Jr., and photojournalists, James and Karla Murray.
Individual works of underground art and photography will be displayed along with large-scale photographs by James and Karla Murray in which the photography has become giant environments for CERN, Billi Kid and Elisha Cook Jr. to install their work. From this unprecedented collaboration of various media and styles, exciting and powerful collages will emerge, further challenging what is perceived as underground / outsider art by the art community at large.
195 Grand Street,
2nd floor (between Bedford Ave. & Driggs Ave.)
Take the "L" subway to Bedford Ave. and walk south to Grand Street.
Open every day from 1-7 PM, except Tuesday.
Los Angeles CA: May 24 - June 21, 2008
LA Style II
Breda Holland (The Netherlands): May 23 - June 29, 2008
Saturday, May 17,2008,7-10pm
Bucheon Gallery 389 Grove St.,San Francisco,CA. www.bucheon.com
Jersey City NJ: May 16 - June 14, 2008
es ORO POLYMEDIA PROJECTS PRESENTS BAMA
Jersey City, NJ-es ORO Polymedia Projects will present a showing of
works by contemporary painter and legendary graffiti writer Rich "Bama"
Admiral on Friday, May 16th, 2008.
The show will include never before seen paintings by the self
-proclaimed "Nightcrawler". Bama pioneered as a graffiti writer in the
Bronx, he began selling his work in New York galleries in 1973.
The exhibit will run for one month, with an artist talk reception on
May 24 th, 2008. This is the third installment of a series of shows by
es ORO. The space has already been dubbed the hottest young gallery in
the area. es ORO will have works by Bama and other artists available on
the website during and after the show dates.
Opening Reception Friday, May 16th 7:00PM to 10:00PM
Afternoon Reception w/Artist Talk Sunday, May 24th 3:00PM to
5:00 PM EST
Closing Reception Saturday, June 14th 7:00PM to 10:00PM
Es ORO Polymedia Projects
107 Brunswick Street
Jersey City, New Jersey
Hours of operation are Thursday to Saturday
12PM - 6PM and also by private appointment.
From my beginnings as a graffiti artist in the early 70's, I've been on a quest to find my true inner voice; to try and get beyond the label of just being a "street artist". Yes I am the second person to sell a painting as a graffiti artist, (Razor Gallery - 1973). This boxed me into the graffiti art movement, but I was always searching for a more unique take on aerosol art. I never turned my back on my graffiti past, but I always wanted to do more than paint my name or please the gallery heads. To express myself from my heart and mind (I am so I paint). It is what I live for. I love to paint, I need to paint and I love to be different. With luck people will like the Bama I've become.
Gallery Statement by Eto Oro, Director es ORO Polymedia
Rich "BAMA" Admiral is a Bronx based contemporary expressionist painter and graffiti pioneer. He began "writing" in the New York subway system in the early 1970's. He then moved on to showing his work in the gallery system. Since then his work has been exhibited around the United States, Switzerland and Holland. In his self-titled solo installation Bama presents a small series of tonal paintings that resemble softened abstractions of Swiss surrealist H. R. Giger's work. Bama's show will also include a video installation and live DJ set by the artist.
Magnan Emrich Contemporary is pleased to announce the debut solo show of Puerto Rican artist Sofia Maldonado. The exhibition presents video, paintings, and a large sculpture installation. The exhibition will be on view from May 15th - June 23st, 2008.
The Tropical Storm is a three-part project blending elements of street culture like skateboarding, punk rock and graffiti with a feminine Latina aesthetic and the chaotic natural energy of the Caribbean. The different elements of the project -The Bowl, Broken Boards and The Skate Bags - originate from the artist's objective to open a dialogue on the renovation of neglected public spaces and how fashion and consumerism influence counterculture youth movements (particularly how these movements are integrated into products and industries).
A skate mini-ramp will be installed in the center of the gallery designed and painted by the artist and will be available for local urban daredevils to attempt during the opening (thanks to the help of http://rockstarbearings.com
Sofia Maldonado was born in Puerto Rico in 1984. She received her BFA from Escuela de Artes Plasticas in San Juan and will complete her MFA in Painting from the Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY this spring. She has taught various workshops on murals, as well as exhibited in Europe, New York, and Puerto Rico. Her collaborations with the exit collective were recently included in the "S" Files" Biennial at El Museo del Barrio in New York, NY. She lives and works in Brooklyn.
Paris France: May 15 - June 10, 2008
galerie LJ beaubourg
Opening reception has been cancelled because of complaints about tagging near the gallery.
Saturday May 10th 2008
Runs Through June 7th 2008
White Walls Gallery
835 Larkin Street SF CA 94109
Kelsey Brookes is a former biochemist who attributes his raw style
to an educational system that refuses to teach scientists how to draw. With this his paintings explode with
a figurative nature that is influenced by Hindu an Buddhist deities, exotic animals and sex as well as rustic American quilts.
Each Figure is adorned with ghostly representations of the natural world... animals and plants that unfold from the body into the surrounding canvas. His chimeras are frozen with animalistic intensity in explosive and sometimes tortured positions.
AJ Fosik's eclectic handmade and intricately designed wood animal sculptures and paintings, combined with cryptic symbols, intrigue and provoke. Fosik creates an experience that at first glance evokes a questioning of familiar concepts and then pushes the viewer to look and think deeper. Inspired by subversive cultural influences which shift complacency, he creates pieces that suspend comfort while at the same time offer recognizable symbols and images. In this dynamic tension the art and the viewer hopefully come together in an expanded definition of culture and assumption.
que se encuentra en Garcia (a lado de la plaza Revolucion) C/Mare de Deu dels desemparats 14-16!
Os espero alli a las 20 00 de la tarde!
Seattle WA: May 9 - June 7, 2008
For May BLVD Gallery presents
"Combine, A group show of Cut Paper, Collage, and Assemblage"
The title "Combine" refers to Robert Rauschenbergs name for the assemblage work that
he made starting in the 1950's. For this show we are presenting work by Greg Lamarche, Chris Yormick,
AJ Fosik, Robert Hardgrave, Peter Taylor, Damon Soule, Matthew "Bonifacio" Rodriguez, Monica Canilao,
Fankult, George Estrada, and Mark Atherton.
"Combine" Runs from May 9 - June 7, 2008
Opening reception May 9 6p - 10p
LADY PINK SHEONE WEST
MAROK BEN TOUR CAMILLA D'ERRICO
SEVER THE DARK PETER TAYLOR
SLICK VIRUS JESSE RENO
EWOK MISK BOB KRONBAUER
RIME HENSE LANI IMRE
AXIS JEFF HAMADA DAVE BARNES
SMITH SNEKE JORDAN BENT
HAZE KWEST CHRISTOPHER ALLEN
GHOST ALISTER LAUREN JAVOR
CHINO CR TIM BARNARD
SACHA JENKINS MILAN BASIC DEDOS
Opening Night Reception Friday May 9th 7-11 pm
Reception Saturday May 10th 9pm-12am El Kartel
NEW GASTOWN LOCATION
49 Powell Street (btwn Carall and Columbia)
Canada V6A 1E9
Wiesbaden Germany: April 27 - June 14, 2008
GRAFFITI -AEROSOL -STREET; URBAN ART on canvas
Philipp Kabbe, Hamburg
SMASH137, Basel (CH)
Stefan Strumbel-Deine Heimat, Offenburg
Thierry Furger, Zürich (CH)
3 STEPS, Giessen
EFAS 1, Düsseldorf
Opening: 27.04.08, 04.30 p.m. CET
Place: Wiesbaden-Naurod, Wilhelm-Kempf-Haus
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: March 8 - June 8, 2008
Grafiteiras pela Lei Maria da Penha
é um projeto promovido pela COMCAUSA que vai formar Promotoras Populares da Lei Maria da Penha através do graffiti entre as mulheres.
As ações da COMCAUSA na Baixada Fluminense para a aplicação, por parte do Estado, da Lei Maria da Penha atuam na difusão da Lei e seus mecanismos para que as mulheres possam exercê-la. Os projetos culturais sempre incentivaram a produção artística e intelectual feminina na cultura Hip Hop. Assim surgiu o projeto “Grafiteiras pela Lei Maria da Penha” para criar uma nova forma de debater a questão da violência contra a mulher através do contato de jovens mulheres das comunidades com a arte pública do graffiti.
O Lançamento do projeto nos municípios de atuação será nos dias 08 de Março – São João de Meriti – e 09 de Março – Nova Iguaçu. Celebrando o Dia Internacional das Mulheres – 08 de março, o SESC São João de Meriti recebe a capacitação de cerca de quinze grafiteiras e a abertura da exposição de suas obras “Minas do Graffiti”. No domingo, dia 09 de Março, o Lançamento promove o 2° Encontro de Grafiteiras do Rio de Janeiro, com graffiti do muro da Praça dos Direitos Humanos e apresentação do COMCAUSA Sound System, projeto comandado pelos rappers Dom Negrone e Vinícius Terra que convidam as rappers Sista Wolff, JC e Ultimato á Salvação e o DJ Boneco.
Oficinas de Graffiti e Formação de Promotoras em Comunidades
Após a capacitação, entre os meses de março a maio, as grafiteiras irão percorrer quatro comunidades da Baixada Fluminense (Nova Iguaçu – Rosa dos Ventos, Carmary e Bairro Grajaú - e São João de Meriti - Vila Rosali), divulgando a Lei que beneficia vítimas de violência doméstica através de oficinas de graffiti e da pintura de muros dentro dos bairros.
15h - Abertura da Exposição Minas do Graffiti do Projeto "Graffiteiras Pela Lei Maria da Penha" da ONG COMCAUSA;
16h - Abertura: Palestra TR
Apresentação do livro: "Acorda Hip Hop! - Despertando Um Movimento Em Tranformação";
20h - Palca Aberto Especial Hip Hop: Lançamento do Single de André Ramiro: "As Crônicas do Rato Careta".
Pocket Show com Geração Hip Hop - Apresentção Open Mic: Vinícus Terra/ Toca-discos: Marjan B.
15h - Exposição "Minas do Graffiti"
16h - Performance de Graffiti com Marcelo Eco;
Apresentação e workshops com oficinas de Rap, DJ, Break e Graffiti com Geração Hip Hop (Vagas Limitadas);
17h - Apresentação do livro: "Hip Hop a Lápis" e Exibição do Longa metragem - "É tudo Nosso!" pelo autor e produtor Toni C
20h - Debate sobre o tema do filme com: Toni C, Giordana Moreira(COMCAUSA), TR, tendo como mediadora a pesquisadora Cissa Gomes.
13h - Exposição "Minas do Graffiti"
14h - Performace de Graffiti com OM (TPM Crew)
15h às 21h - Duelo Mcs e B-boys (Inscrições até 15/5, vagas limitadas).
Intervenções com Show do grupo "Monumento Inverso".
LIVE MUSIC BY - Phenomenauts + Scissors For Lefty + Maldroid + The Frail + Dj Tarzan
ART EXHIBITS & LIVE MURALS PAINTED BY 8 BAY AREA ARTISTS
Ricky Watts vs JP87
Ricardo Rodriguez vs Kevin Nguyen
Meph One vs Matt Linares
Christine Benjamin vs Sprocket
Tempe AZ: May 30, 2008
Brand X custom Tee Shirts and Disposable Hero present:
Academics - Art, Music & Fashion
ac·a·dem·ics -learned or scholarly but lacking in worldliness, common sense, or practicality. That is a great way to explain the art world of yesteryear. Yet in this time and age there seems to be many pseudonyms for contemporary art and urban mediums.
When an artist starts in a street or public setting and then brings that medium inside we aim to label it "Street Art." As to avoid labeling it what it is, Graffiti. Friday May 30th we welcome back an Arizona local who was notorious in the street scene merely 12 months ago. Pandas are the driving force that the viewer draws familiarity to witnessing in his work. This weekend that friendly smile and tenacity for "getting over" come to Brand X Clothing. This show is packed with multi mediums that thread together the exhibit like a tapestry of tastes throughout a visual stimulus for the observers taking.
The art displayed is ranging from Wheat paste to silk screen & water colors.
When fusing street art into the gallery format you often risk losing the look and feel that appeal to the work. Yet with this exhibit Disposable Hero brings a group of heavy hitters to support. Additional art featured: Local legend Mad One, HMPH, DOVE & FVS. There work combined can be seen on many street corners, back alleys and street stop signs covering the Arizona landscape.
Come join us for an evening of Art, Music & Fashion.
Details: Brand X Custom Tee Shirts - 414 S Mill Ave. Suite 120. Tempe AZ
Friday May 30th. Time 7PM - 11PM www.brandxstore.com
Sao Paulo, Brazil: May 29, 2008
Urban Art: fresh air
Brazilian street artists show their new artworks.
GEN, Cena7, JoaoH, Nick and Emol
29may08 - 19h
Rua dos Pinheiros, 493, Sao Paulo - Brazil
A celebration of the formation of the artist collective SMBLC showcasing their work and featuring live art, tap dancer Jason Samuels Smith and DJ sets from Akalepse (Truth & Soul / APT), O Spindles & $aucey. 9pm-10pm featuring Uluvka cocktails with Colin of Cocktail Kings!
When: Saturday, May 17th, 2008 / 9pm-6am
Where: 87 Ludlow, the heart of NYC's L.E.S. between Broome & Delancey
Traverse City, MI: May 17, 2008
Jam and Call for Artists
On May 17th there will be a Street Art Jam at the Insideout Gallery in the Warehouse District of Traverse City. Juried Art Exhibition, Prizes for 1st 2nd 3rd. Cash and Paint. Come enjoy our artists, paint and skateboarding demonstrations, and global street food.
Looking for graffiti, mural artists, etc., with an edge for an onsite painting competition May 17th at Insideout Gallery, Warehouse District, Traverse City. To register call Mike at (231) 929-3254.
The Upset, a collective of artists and photographers from Chicago and
New York City with roots in graffiti, is pleased to present a
self-titled multi-media art show at Co-Prosperity Sphere in Chicago. The
show features over thirty artists with work ranging from photography,
paintings, illustrations, street art, and video installations. The show,
which aims to champion the work of underexposed artists, runs for two
weeks from May 16th- 25th.
Artists include: Chris Kerr, Google Eyes, Caroline Voagen Nelson, OMG
Crew, Overconsumer, Plasma Slug, Suckadelic, Thor, and many more.
**Opening Night Party: Friday May 16th, 2008, 6-11pm Features Pop-Up
Shop from NYC boutique Coat of Arms selling vintage streetwear from the
80s and early 90s as well as the release of The Upset's first magazine
featuring an interview with street photographer and co-author of Subway
Art, Martha Cooper. Opening night performances by Gutter Butter (Chi),
Porkchop of Exceptor (NYC), and Intel (Chi).
Co-Prosperity Sphere 3219 South Morgan Street Chicago, IL 773.837.0145
Beacon, NY: May 16 - 17, 2008
On the weekend of May 16th, twenty artists of large-scale ephemeral
work, will descend upon Beacon, NY, and help transform an old, electric
blanket factory into an art destination. The now boarded-up windows of
One East Main Street will turn the concept of a gallery
inside-out--displaying eight foot by twelve foot work by artists with
all different backgrounds, from Beacon's own Rick Price to
world-renowned Pop, Street and graffiti artists, such as Ron English and
This painting and installation will be open to the public with most of
the artists painting live right in front of the building. Coinciding
with Dia Beacon's fifth anniversary, this promises to be an exciting
May 10, 6 pm - 9pm - opening reception for Electric Windows exhibition
May 16, 17 & 18 - Electric Windows installation
May 17, 6 pm - 8 pm - second opening reception
510 Main Street
Beacon NY 12508
This year's artists include: Andrew Pommier, Andy Mueller, Angela Boatwright, Blaine Fontana, Blek LeRat, Books llll, Caia Koopman, Chris Yormick, Cody Hudson, Dalek, David Choe, Eye One, Francesco LoCastro, Freddi C, J. Shea, James Jean, Jeff Soto, Joshua Krause, Kelsey Brookes, Kenton Parker, Kofie, Mel Kadel, Michael Sieben, Mike Giant, Rammellzee, RETNA, R. Grimes, Ron English, Sam Flores, Sage Vaughn, Skwerm, Tim McCormick, Travis Millard and more.
The final tour stop and auction will be in Los Angeles, at the new Scion Installation L.A. space in the Culver City Arts District. All of the artwork will be auctioned off to the public, and 100 percent of the proceeds will go toward art related charities. In previous years, the auctions have raised more than $110,000 for charity.
Una verdadera oportunidad para coleccionistas y público general.
La venta se abre el jueves 08 de mayo de 2008 a las 19:00 hrs con un Vino de Honor.
Viernes 09 y Sábado 10 de 10:00 hrs. a 19:00 hrs.
Domingo 11 de 10:00 hrs. a 12:00 hrs.
Magallanes 036 - Providencia
(Metro estación Salvador)
Houston TX: May 9 - ?, 2008
Growing up in Mexico, Death Head was greatly inspired by the annual holiday known as "Day of the Dead". Taking this century old tradition of celebrating life and death, and embracing it with a Punk Rock lifestyle and "fuck you" attitude, Death Head emerged as a cultural hybrid…forging the colors, sounds, spirituality, political and economical traits of these genera's. Interpreting life through the brutal, animalistic, primal side of humanity, Death Head began abstracting human faces (including his own) into a diversity of animal skulls, creating the inner man we all try to hide or deny. Death Head views himself as a shaman of sorts, as the doorman for the truth seekers looking for the occult, the macabre and spiritual awakening. His work brings the viewer closer to nature and helps bridge the gap between life, death, and the universe as a whole.
Aerosol Warfare is proud to showcase Death Head in his 1st solo exhibition. Come out and experience a full interactive installation in Houston's premier gallery space.
Opening Reception for the artist: May 9th, 2008, 6pm to 11pm.
Crewest Gallery will host an opening reception for "FOTOGRAFF," an
urban photojournalism exhibit, on Saturday, May 3, 2008 from 7pm to
Curator Vyal One brings together many talented individuals for an
insightful glimpse into the actions and daily realities of graffiti
110 Winston St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
tel (213) 627-8272
fx (213) 559-0525 www.crewest.com
Columbus OH: May 3 - 31, 2008
The evolution of life and physical change
A Solo art show dedicated to growing, changing, and maturing to adapt
to life's little curve balls. Represented through works in spraypaint,
acrylic, and pigment markers on canvas as well as an in-shop
When: OPENING RECEPTION- May 3RD (SHOW RUNS THROUGH the entire month of MAY)
Where: Stained Skin - 1255 N. High St / Columbus,Oh. 43201
Brandenburg, Germany: May 3 - 4, 2008
GRAFFITI CONVENTION AM KNAST
Über 600 Meter Wand!
Location: Mauer der JVA Brandenburg (Brandenburg Prison wall)
Brandenburg in Richtung Genthin (driving: head toward Genthin from Brandenburg and you will see the prison on the way)
Anmeldung (registration phone): 03381-300026 (outside Germany, call: +49 3381300026)
Website: www.jukufa.de [not at all helpful]
Justizvollzugsanstalt Brandenburg a. d. Havel
14772 Brandenburg a. d. Havel
The Threat of Chance art exposition is based on the temptation of possibility. The possibility of change in the face of stagnation, the possibility of hope in desperate times, the possibility of alternative thought and lifestyle in the doldrums of complacency.
For this installation a railroad shanty town will be recreated to further emphasis the struggle between hope and despair. Amidst a gallery filled of shacks made with found material and walls decorated with freight trains and decaying industry you will find photographs by boxcar culture enthusiast the Polaroid Kidd. Proletarian signs, flags, prints, and banners from author/activist Josh MacPhee. Interactive sculptures, drawings, paintings and stencils, from graffiti artist Billy Mode, and the sociological display of hand cut stencils by Chris Stain. The Threat of Chance art exposition is pure socialist propaganda , (at least that's how the mainstream will see it) , so stop by opening night and they'll tear you a new asshole.
Afterparty from 10pm until 4am at
Wreck Room Bar
940 Flushing Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11206
London UK: May 2 - 31, 2008
THE ADAM AND RON SHOW
featuring new work by the UK's rapidly rising star, ADAM NEATE, and the
billboard-hijacking, pop surrealist superhero of the genre; US legend, RON
To mark this important exhibition, a 72 page catalogue has been published
by Elms Lesters Painting Rooms, containing over 60 beautiful full colour
illustrations of both Adam Neate and Ron English's work.
On Saturday 3rd. May between 10am and 12 noon, Adam Neate and Ron English
will be at the gallery, signing copies.
New York: May 1, 2008
Le Femme Sole Presents:
A Glow-in-the-Dark Charity Art Exhibit. Featuring The Works of 13
Female Street Artists
The first solo show by London-based artist Blam. Widely known for his classic Oscar the Grouch painting in Shoreditch, his style has since evolved into photo-realistic images with a twist.
The very nature of graffiti art is a snapshot of an image captured in time before the wall is reclaimed by another artist. This is an opportunity to see new works in real lfe - a visual feast of colour and creativity range of styles that Blam has developed over his years of painting.
Come along for your chance to check out the wide variety of work in a range of exciting mediums.
New Cross Gallery
3 Lewisham Way
THE OLD CINEMA will host an exhibition of urban art from 1st May with a private view on the first night. British and international street artists will showcase their work at the west London department store giving the public a rare opportunity to buy fresh art ahead of the galleries.
THE OLD CINEMA has become well-known for blending iconic styles of the past with contemporary design and hope that participating artists will relish the concept of placing their modern work with formal antique, vintage industrial and retro furniture.
Following the success of the young directors at the Short Films Night late last year, THE OLD CINEMA is hoping to bring more creative talent to a wider audience with its urban art show.
Featuring Andrew Pommier, Irina Troitskaya, Karen Preston, Ken Garduno, Mel Kadel, Michael Hsiung, and Parskid
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 26, 2008, 8 PM - Midnight
1257 N. La Brea Ave
West Hollywood, CA 90038
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art presents Witnessed From Afar, a showcase of artwork by Andrew Pommier, Irina Troitskaya, Karen Preston, Ken Garduno, Mel Kadel, Michael Hsiung, and Parskid. In an atmosphere of effervescent quietude, gorgeous misfits and delicate animals float across paper, cardboard, and wood - lost and lonely, but swelling with emotion and extraordinary grace. Evoking forgotten pains and philosophical yearnings, the artists contemplate the oddities of life and death with warmth and sincerity, yet always maintain their distance. Witnessed From Afar will be on view April 26 through May 18, 2008, with an opening reception held on April 26, from 8 p.m. to Midnight.
Sanremo Italy: April 25 - May 3, 2008
NON-STOP: Sanremo - New York
Curated by Marzia Taggiasco
Gianfranco Bertolotti - Paola Zampa - Gianni Lodi - Franco Zulian - Angelina Chavez - Eleonora Scarpellini - Lucia Arena - Paolo Loschi - Antonella Ciliberto - Adelino Lyoi - Maria Grazia Palermo - Eugenia di Lorenzo - Giulia Terenzi - Andrea Taddei - Angela Vinci - Sara Bernocchi - Alberto Magrin - Daniangela Battisti - Marco Tronci Lepagier - AleAndrew Wany and Ale!- Frank Jordan
Opening Saturday April 26th, 6 - 9 pm
Aprile 25 - Maggio 3, 2008
Ex magazzino ferroviario
" ITALO CALVINO"
Marzia Frozen is pleased to present a group exhibition of new generation of artists working today in Italy. This will be a group exhibition at the Italo Calvino Old Station and will feature a selection of paintings, pictures, sculptures and works on paper. The exhibition will be traveling to New York.
Antoine Gamard (France), Jérôme G. Demuth (France), Gökçe Celikel (Turquie), L’Atlas (France)
Luis Rodrigo Medina (Mexique), Nasty (France), Nicolas Berthier (France), O’Clock (France)
Whan Nam Goon (Corée du Sud)
Martha Cooper du 22 avril au 2 mai
Darco du 3 au 13 mai
Anjuna Bijoux du 3 au 13 mai
Alex et Tieri TDM du 14 au 24 mai
Commissaires d’exposition :
Valériane /Taxie Gallery et Antoine Gamard
Vernissage le mardi 22 avril, de 18h à 21h
Du lundi au vendredi de 9h30 à 13h et de 14h à 18h30
Le samedi de 12h à 18h.
San Francisco CA: April 19 - May 3, 2008
Things I Picked up Along the Way
Opening reception: Saturday, April 19, 7 - 10pm
White Walls Gallery is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in San Francisco by New York collage artist Greg Lamarche.
This exhibition celebrates 27 years of writing graffiti and making collages with the new series 27 Tags. The deceptively simple collages from old and discarded papers form an autobiographical survey of hand-style. The series illustrates the progression from past to present and how graffiti, text, letters and hand-style are the basis of all his work.
In the site-specific installation Things I Picked up Along the Way, uncut papers and other found materials are tacked to the walls of the gallery making a larger than life size collage. The accumulation of material is central to his artistic process and each element has particular significance and meaning. The installation also reveals the sources and inspirations which result in the surrounding collages.
Born and raised in New York City, Greg Lamarche has been collecting crap and making collages since the sixth grade when he used spent fire works, rolling papers and empty bags of angel dust he gathered from the local schoolyards as material. He began writing graffiti in 1981 (SP one) and published Skills magazine during the early 90s. He has worked both as a designer and artist since 2000.
Recent commercial clients include Nike, Roxy/Quiksilver, VH1, Prestel and Six Pack. He is profiled in the June issue of Print magazine. This spring and summer his work will be featured in the Happening a traveling multimedia exhibition and festival in Hong Kong, Sydney, London and Paris.
Shawn Barber, Crash One, Mike Davis, Ron English, Jeremy Fish, Blaine Fontana, Futura, Robert Hardgrave, Naoto Hattori, Kenji Hirata, Zach Johnsen, Jessica Joslin, Josh Keyes, Koralie, Kris Kuksi, David Choong Lee, Travis Louie, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Chris Mendoza, Aiko Nakagawa, Pat Rocha, Greg Simkins, Damon Soule, Stash, Heidi Taillefer, Ben Tour, Mark Dean Veca, Oliver Vernon
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is proud to present Streichelzoo, a solo exhibition featuring the artwork of German street art duo, Herakut. The occasion will mark Herakut's first solo show in the United States. Artwork featured will include a combination of spray paint with charcoal, watercolors, and other paints on a variety of media, including wood, canvas, and paper. The gallery will be transformed into a work of art in itself, as Hera and Akut run wild and create a large scale installation in the space.
ABOUT CARMICHAEL GALLERY
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Avenue
SW corner of La Brea and Fountain
West Hollywood, CA 90038
BLVD Gallery is proud to present new works from NYC Graffiti Legend GHOST a/k/a Cousin Frank, a pioneering influence for many graffiti artists around the world. Having started writing in the golden age of the late 1970's, Ghost has first hand knowledge of the many adventures and accomplishments of the NYC subway graffiti movement. The original style, vibrant color combinations, and strong sense of satire of his graffiti has managed to ease the transition naturally to his more gallery oriented pursuits.
Ghost has spent many years dedicated to the formation ( or deformation ) of the standard English alphabet creating limitless possibilities for him to subvert the language in his unique style. He has managed to create work that bears the unmistakable mark of an accomplished draughtsman without it being either overbearing or overwrought. The humor that permeates Ghosts' work comes from the underground comics tradition from his youth, more Zapp! Comix than Marvel. Ghosts' improvisational approach to graffiti, he never planned ahead what his work would be like, gives his current series of paintings a lightness and spontaneity that has the feeling of an inside joke between old friends.
Ghost has shown his work in galleries across the globe and has become a major part of the visual aesthetic of companies like respected streetwear brand Stussy. There is also a documentary in production chronicling the many contributions Ghost has made to the global graffiti movement. This show will be the second time that BLVD Gallery has been privileged to work with Ghost whose amazing mural in the "Claimin' Space" exhibition was a highlight for many at the 2007 Bumbershoot arts festival.
Opening Reception April 11 6p - 10p
2316 2nd ave
In the Belltown Neighborhood
Seatttle Wa, 98121 www.blvdart.com
St Ingbert, Germany: April 4 - May 31, 2008
The opening reception: april 4. at 7:00 PM
gallery hours: monday-friday 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
San Francisco CA: April 3 - May 1, 2008
LUCY McLAUCHLAN 'Restricted Freedom' & SLICK 'Ceci n'est pas Graffiti'
FIFTY24SF Gallery is pleased to announce the opening solo exhibition of UK-based artist, Lucy McLauchlan as well as Ceci n'est pas Graffiti, a solo exhibition of new graffiti-related work by Los Angeles-based artist, Slick. This will be the first solo show of Lucy's work in the US in which she will present a collection of new paintings incorporated into a site-specific installation that will literally transform the gallery. Working in a style that combines illustrative linework, bitonal colors, figurative subject matter, and primal stylings, Lucy's work is both graphic and subtle at the same time. Expressive faces with delicate expressions inked in black blend together amidst abstract deisgn elements that sweep across the page giving her work a sense of movement and flow.
Slick will present large-scale acrylic, marker, and spray paint works on canvas as well as sculpture and a series of smaller, panel pieces. For the subject of this series, Slick uses the train - an urban canvas foreign to him as a youth growing up in Hawaii. Through this series, Slick is able to explore an era of train painting while paying homage to the East Coast graff writers who transformed it into a phenomenon. When known for his graffiti, Slick worked in a highly rendered, 3-dimensional style. For Ceci n'est pas Graffiti, he works in a more gestural style, taking it back to the essence of graff where simpler strokes enabled the artist to work under time constraints.
Lucy McLauchlan was born in Birmingham, UK and has shown extensively with international shows at such illustrious galleries as BLK/MRKT Gallery, the Eclectic Gallery in Tokyo, the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, the prestigious Victoria and Albert Museum in London, and a recent solo show at Lazarides Gallery. Lucy has been featured in numerous publications, but amongst them are I-D, Vogue, Relax and Lodown magazines. Lucy is also one of the founding members of Beat13, an artist collective that began in Birmingham in 1999 and whose collaborators list includes the animated pop band Gorillaz, Banksy's Pictures on Walls, Keep A Breast Charity and the Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery.
Slick was raised in Hawaii and moved to Los Angeles at the age of 18. He attended Otis Parsons, and later received training at the Art Center College of Design. It was at Otis Parsons where he met his crew K2S (Kill to Succeed). Slick has founded prominent streetwear companies such as Third Rail Clothing™, Fuct™, Shaolin Worldwide™, Dissizit™, and the toy division STD™. He has worked on special projects with corporations such as Levi's and Nike, and with recording artists, The Pharcyde and Booyaa Tribe. Slick's utilization of computer graphics, painting techniques, and aerosol techniques has presented a style uniquely, and respectively his own.
Gallery Hours are 12pm-6pm Tuesday-Saturday or by Appointment
Riverside (Los Angeles) CA: March 30 - May 17, 2008
Clare Rojas & Barry McGee
The Big Sad
Opening Reception: Sunday March 30, 4-7PM
Riverside Art Museum is in Riverside, CA about an hour east of downtown LA
Peggy Honeywell (Clare Rojas) will be performing at the opening.
In addition to this exhibit, we will be opening 2 other shows:
Thank You For Staying: Raymond Pettibon
It's About Time! and space: J. Roach and Demonslayer
Lee Tusman, Adult Education Curator Riverside Art Museum
3425 Mission Inn Ave
Riverside, CA 92501
+1 951.684.7111 x307
A catalogue has been produced for the exhibition and is available both as a signed
and numbered edition of 100, and as an unsigned edition. For those of you making the
trip to Genova they can be bought here in person or otherwise from the site. The book
itself is hardback, 136 pages and is printed in full colour, featuring essays by Greg Tate
and Franco Sborgi and is a mixture of old and new work and photography.
We will also have some copies of José's Cityscapesbook from his show of the
same name at ArtBasel Miami Beach, from 2006.
Greensboro NC: April 26, 2008
Los Angeles CA: April 26, 2008
QUIT YOUR SOBBING & CALL ME IN THE AFTERNOON
Anthony Lister is a well-known painter and installation artist. His work shows influence from a number of genre's including street art, expressionism, and pop art from Francis Bacon to Futura 2000. His work often illustrates the marginal aspects of life we'd rather not linger on - people down on their luck, convicted criminals, the drudgery of the daily grind and occasionally drawing from television and such themes as "misguided role models" that result from it. The message is illuminated further in an homage to the late Heath Ledger depicted as the Joker addressing the less glamorous aspects of society and popular culture making it all too real. His most recent works emphasize vagrant superheros exploiting the trite nature of the everyday while exposing its place in the hairy underbelly of society.
Lister hails from Brisbane, Australia. He's shown throughout Australia and has held solo shows in NYC and London. He's prolific on the street and on gallery walls and has won many art awards. Lister's work has been collected by National Gallery of Australia, David Roberts Collection , TVS Partnership, Brand and Slater Architects, and BHP Collection.
Sat. April 26th
7 - 10pm
New Image Art
7908 Santa Monica Blvd. (@ Fairfax)
Los Angeles, CA 90046
New York: April 25, 2008
Book Release & Charity Auction
Ad Hoc Art is thrilled to be hosting and supporting a special silent auction benefit Free Arts NYC and to celebrate the launch of Brooklyn Street Art, a new book of photographs by Jaime Rojo, designed by Steven P. Harrington, and published by Prestel.
Ad Hoc Art is generously donating their gallery space for the celebration and silent auction of approximately 25 works by well-known, emerging, and yet to be discovered artists who know no boundaries and follow no rules--their artistic turf is the public gallery of the Brooklyn streets. The artists, whose work animates the pages of this new full-color book, are donating their original or editioned works to be bid up and auctioned off, with all proceeds from the winning sales going directly to benefit Free Arts NYC's creative arts and mentoring programs for at-risk children and families in New York.
Some of the artists whose work will be available for sale include Armsrock, DAIN, Elbowtoe, Gaia, Judith Supine, MOMO, Skewville, Swoon, WK Interact, among MANY more amazing artists! Some of the artists have participated in Free Arts NYC's programs previous to this event and are creating original work to donate to this benefit event to generate significant support for Free Arts NYC.
The auction will be the only silent portion of the celebratory evening. DJ Flub will be enthralling the crowd with his razor wit and rocking decks as the benefit guests enjoy both the Ad Hoc Art gallery and the Ad Hoc Art studio, opened to the general public for the first time to highlight the screen-printing facilities and educational programs that instructors from Peripheral Media Projects call home, as well as many local and international artists.
Brooklyn Street Art Silent Benefit Auction
Friday, April 25th, 2008, 7-10 pm (last bids at 9:30 pm)
Press preview from 6-7 pm
Ad Hoc Art, 49 Bogart St. Bushwick, Brooklyn
Immediately following the Free Arts NYC benefit auction guests are invited to continue celebrating three blocks from Ad Hoc Art with a booty-shaking Afterparty at Wreck Room. The afterparty will feature DJ Mojo, Stay High, live art performances by the collective ArtBattles, projections, sign spinning, and surprise guests.
Closing Reception: Sunday April 20th, 6pm - talk with the artists, and SprayMasters screening
Lady Pink & AIKO will be in the gallery to talk about their artwork and the experience of working together on this incredible exhibition. This is also the last chance to see their work as this is the last day of the exhibition. Please stop by early as space will be limited. We will be open from 1pm-8pm. The talk will begin around 6pm.
Immediately following the lecture, Ad Hoc Art is pleased to present SprayMasters, the new graffiti film by Manny Kirchheimer, starring Lady Pink, Lee Quinones, Futura 2000, and Zephyr. The movie, which features revealing new interviews and rare subway art from 1977, sold out its premiere screenings at the Museum of Modern Art in February.
Lady Pink was born in Ecuador, but raised in NYC. In 1979 she started writing graffiti and soon was well known as the only female capable of competing with the boys in the graffiti subculture. Pink painted subway trains from the years 1979-1985. She is considered a cult figure in the hip-hop subculture since the release of the motion picture "Wild Style" in 1982, in which she had a starring role. While still in high school she was already exhibiting paintings in art galleries, and at the age of 21 had her first solo show at the Moore College of Art. As a leading participant in the rise of graffiti-based art, Lady Pink's canvases have entered important art collections such as those of the Whitney Museum, the MET in New York City, the Brooklyn Museum and the Groningen Museum of Holland. She has established herself in the fine arts world, and her paintings are highly prized by collectors. Lady Pink continues to mature as an artist, producing ambitious murals commissioned for businesses and creating new paintings on canvas that express her unique personal vision. Lady Pink recently starred in a documentary film (along with Lee Quinones, Zephyr & Futura 2000) entitled Spraymasters, which recently had it's world premiere at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in Manhattan. She will also will be taking part in an exhibition at the Bronx Museum almost simultaneously with her show here at Ad Hoc Art in Brooklyn and has a vinyl figure coming out through Kid Robot in May of 2008.
This is CRAZY FREDDY, NBW ALLSTARS and BRIAN LIFE,
We will all be at COMIC-CON on the this Sat, the 19, at Booth# 1057
And we are there with SOUTHPEAK video game company.
And we are Representing a new game coming out called,
(BBOY) So be on the look out for us rocking live, we will also be doing Autographs as well.
Above image is a test of the artwork done for the new COVER by Brian Life. We will have posters to be signed,
So be on the look out for that, Thank you so much and see you there. [Check it out, it's amazing!]
710 S. Santa Fe Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90021
Noon - 11pm every day. All events are free and open to the public.
SPECIAL LIVE PAINTING EVENT: SATURDAY APRIL 12:
Live painting by Unification Theory live painting band
Saturday April 12, 2008
8pm to 11pm
Featuring: Man One / Favianna Rodriguez / Ritzy Periwinkle / Vyal / Overton Loyd / Gustavo Alberto Garcia Vaca
All live paintings will be for sale. This live painting event is curated by Crewest.
The environmental inspired exhibit features the works of designers, painters, muralists, photographers and master gardeners. The exhibit planned for April 5th will commemorate Earth Day. “SALVAGE” reveres and takes pride about the importance of, reusing, or salvaging.
The art exhibition with an Earth Day theme will highlight artist who care about the Earth. The challenge for the artist and designers is to create their art from found objects and to reuse materials usually disposed of or otherwise considered “trash.” The artists included in this art show are both established and up-and coming.
Participating Artist: Ernesto Vasquez, Brenda Quintero, DUKE, Angelo Logan, Javier Orozco, Angie Brynski, Al Sanchez, FRAME, Emilia Garcia, Ivan Godinez, Mike Gonzalez, TIMOI, Melissa Gutierrez, Jesus Soto, Senia Argumedo, Hugo Martinez Tecoatl, Raul Gonzalez, Sugey Salazar, Eriberto Oriol, Joe Galarza,Vanessa Teran, KAURA,Ofelia Esparza, Elena Esparza,TUF C, ENIK ONE
Window Installation by Edward Escamilla & ZAN…e.l.a
Moving Garden Installation by Melissa Gutierrez, XUI & Participants from Girls Today Women Tomorrow
April 5th will feature an experimental music project featuring found instruments made by band members from El Haru-Kuroi along side local Boyle Heights alongside groovy sounds of DJ PONCHO and Eric(NO)
Roots Deep Fellowship will kick off “Knights of Word” a monthly open mic session’s with dj’s, live painter’s, digital projections and other guest’s performer’s.
Final Closing event for “SALVAGE” will feature a recycling fashion show.
Participating Designers: Virginia De La Luna, OROZCO, Mamahoneybee, Rossana Aherrns a.k.a ZAN…e.l.a, Edward Escamilla, Marcel Dejure “Cinnamon Roll Gang”, Hilda Marquez, ORCHID, TIMOI,She Blooms featuring an avante-garde walking installation by S.P.A.C.E Intruderz,Josefina Lopez, Hilda Marquez,TUF C
Con Sin Kill Radio streaming live on the web. Musical beats and song by Los Angeles very own hybrid MEZKLAH & Guest band
This event will be taking place on Saturday, April 26, 2008 from 7-10 pm. All proceeds for this event will go towards a solar panel fund for First Street Studios.
Ending with a hands-on perma-culture workshop at Caracol Marketplace Sunday April 27, 2008.
New York: April 5, 2008
Agents of Style Skateboard Art Show
Saturday, April 5th at 8:00 PM Featuring - COPE2, Indie, JEZ, SEN ONE, NECK9 and over 36 Writers. Free event, Brooklyn Tea Lounge, 837 Union Street (bet. 6th & 7th Ave), Park Slope Brooklyn. Trains: Q to 7th Avenue, 2/3 to Grand Army Plaza or M/R to Union Street. Source: Sen One & Out To Bomb.
Steady Baltimore Presents a group show featuring 70s era themed
works on canvas by emerging Baltimore, Philadelphia, Boston and Virginia
graffiti and street artists:
Jazirock, Blister, Under Water Pirates, Ride, Kepoh, Bob, El Toro,
Benny Sars, 5003, Ners Boogie, Adam Neubauer
In the '70s, art and music exclusive to the streets and YMCA's of the Bronx personified an inner city environment that begged for an escape from crime and poverty. While POSE 2 designed the fliers and Afrika Bambaataa controlled the crowd with the ones and twos, people from all over NYC for one night forgot about gangs, poverty and politics.
Should it be a surprise that with those same hip-hop founding conditions existing in Baltimore today, that it too is seeking an outlet? Steady Baltimore and DIG's "Nothing But the Breaks" has become that outlet for an emerging sub-culture of street and graffiti artists and lovers of funk and soul music.
Politics, poverty and crime aside, Nothing But The Breaks is Baltimore's answer to its vices and ills.
Jon Schnepp - Roman Dirge - Nathan Cabrera - Greg Craola Simkins - Chris Devious Gliebie - Matt Danner - Alex Pardee - Tomi Monstre - Kyle Ng - Jeff McMillian - Reginio Gonzales - Matt Bone - Gea* - Adam Hathorn - Jim Koch - Joe Benitez - Jonathan Wayshack - Steven Daily - Rygar - Gill - Jim Mahfood [Food One] - Mike Kelley - SPRFKR
Amongst artists born in a certain period of time there is an affinity for the animated iconography of the 1980's. In April Meltdown Gallery presents GAG ME WITH A TOON, a new works exhibition that will showcase the work of more than twenty creative souls who have been tainted with the neon fruit stripe of Morning in America. Utilizing everything from the saccharine funk of Strawberry Shortcake to the disciplined fashion fervor of the Baroness of Cobra these artists will explore the sketchy in-betweens of animated femininity. In the gallery we shall weigh the sins of Scrappy-Doo and balance them against the irreligious inclusion of Godzuki, Baby Plas and 7-Zark-7. A measure will be made of thunderous barbarians and thunderous cats and of friends both super and amazing. Be ye short and blue or bionic, a real he-man or just your average joe, you will find yourself transformed after having stood amongst the time-displaced art of these stellar talents.
Curated by Steven Daily
7:00 p.m. to Midnight
7522 Sunset Blvd Los Angeles CA 90046
April 5 - 6, 2008 @ 7pm in Scott Hall, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Saturday April 5, 2008 at 7pm:
Fenceart (2002, 5 min., Czech Republic) by artist Martin Zet
Xzistance on the Edge of Chaos (2007, 15 min., USA) art by Mr. Maxx
Moses (a.k.a. Pose 2), Chor Boogie and Joshua Mays
Tats Cru: The Mural Kings (2006, 60 min., USA) directed by Mark Kotlinski
Sunday April 6, 2008 at 7pm:
Big Foot: Stand Up for Your Life (2007, 9 min., Japan) directed by
ABOVE: Sign Language Tour (2007, 13 min., USA) art by ABOVE
Casa Del Luchador + Bill Hilly the Stencilbilly (2007, 5 min., USA)
art by Peat Wollaeger
City Space (2004; 47 min., Canada) directed by Craig Noble
Philadelphia PA: April 4, 2008
Leon Rainbow presents
Glitz & Grime
A Special One Night Exhibit @ The Khyber
DJ Madd Tronix on the 1's and 2's
First Friday, April 4th
7pm till 9pm
56 South 2nd St, Philly
Where:@ HoodRide 918 N. 5th st. Downtown Phoenix, Az.
When: 1st Friday April 4th 2008 6pm-?....
With artists: Akayo,Branded,Billi Kid Brand,Dave, Evil Design, Killer Gerbil,Mad One,Third Vision,Sikes, Robots Will Kill, DumperFoo,Under Water Pirates and many MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Limited edition sticker design by: "Jaber" and Printed by Sticky Rick.
With sponsors: SprayGraphic, Red Hot Robots, Day in the Lyfe, Synthetic Compound, Sticky Rick
New York: April 3, 2008
An installation by Timid
Nancy Victor Gallery is proud to present The first ever solo exhibition by installation artist and photographer - Timid.
Timid's credentials within the graffiti movement are qualified by his close friendships and collaborations with artists like Joker, Remi/Rough and Stormie.
His first solo outing into the gallery world will be an unforgettable and out there event, not to be missed!
Gravity - The natural force of attraction exerted by a celestial body, such as Earth, upon objects at or near its surface, tending to draw them toward the center of the body.
This show is the culmination of a long held obsession with the movement of liquids. As a child I would spend long hours traveling to school on trains - winter was my favourite time to do this. As the rain tore down outside in the dark streaks of water would appear on the windows and the acceleration of the train would curve and warp these into fantastical patterns that would occupy for hours on end. As I grew up I could often be found failing to concentrate at the back of chemistry class whilst pouring purloined liquids of different colours and viscosity onto the work surface in front of me. It is the implication of movement frozen in the drops and streaks, that draws me to creating large scale representation of gravity's inevitable draw on liquids. Using techniques picked up over the years of photographing and filming graffiti artists "Gravity" will be an installation created using materials that best represent the acceleration of colour over a surface.
Timid started life as a photographer, perhaps literally. Both his father and sister earned their livings as aerial photographers - often bringing their work home with them to be displayed right across the kitchen table. Having spent years only experiencing images as seen from above he rebelled and began photographing buildings and faces close up and defocused. A love of decaying architecture led to Timid onto demolition sites to capture buildings as they expired, here he came into contact with other artists making use of the space. Graffiti and it's relationship to these buildings have fascinated him ever since. Over time through friendships with graffiti artists Timid has progressed from merely photographing them and their work to working alongside them - contributing sculpture and prints to be combined with the form. His art is both a reflection and a progression of this modern artform, combining new materials and techniques of representation - LED lights, latex paints, sculpture and video.
Marka27 will release the new MG2 Mexico (200 pcs) @ Munky King Melrose
on Thursday, April 3rd 2008 (7-11 PM). Come out for the new figure
and stay for the art. Marka's been working 'round the clock on
original paintings, custom toys, and prints. Plus, special guest
artist Jesse Hernandez will thrown down as well.
MG2 Mexico follows up on the success of MG1 Brazil with an all-new
head sculpt and of course has a working speaker. MG2 is even bigger
at 17" (versus 15" for MG1) and has been improved with an external AC
adapter port for extended play without batteries.
Also exclusive limited MunkyKing Minigod print will be available during release.
THE SHOWROOM GALLERY - 117 2ND AVENUE - NEW YORK CITY 10003
Curated by Cope2, Come Correct is where graffiti and fine art collide exploring different aspects of
visualization. This exhibition samples a wide range of artists, both classic and contemporary, well-known
and recently noticed and respected.
THE SHOWROOM GALLERY
MASS APPEAL MAGAZINE
London UK: April 3 - 12, 2008
PHIL FROST book launch
Thursday 3rd April 2008
We are honoured to be hosting the exclusive UK book launch and signing of
this eagerly awaited monograph, dedicated to the inimitable,
internationally acclaimed painter, Phil Frost.
published by Damiani Editore
text by Carlo McCormick
ISBN 978 88 6208 024 8
italian / english
release: spring 2008
"During the '90s Phil Frost devised an immediately recognisable art on the
streets of New York, covering walls and scrapped materials - old doors,
tables and objets trouvés - with a white texture that fuses primitivism,
graffiti, street art and graphic design. Following this trace of
extraordinary visual impact, which recalls Australian and Hawaiian
pictorial languages, the book Frost reconstructs the evolution of a graphic
cipher rich in abbreviations, symbols and stylised logos that give this
self taught artist‚s works the primordial character of tribal articles. If
it is true, as Phil Frost believes, "that within every person there is an
indigenous expression of themselves," his artistic action consists of
"tattooing" the greatest possible number of surfaces, be they an old
baseball bat or a girl's skin. After working extensively on the streets,
gaining fame among the musical community and skateboarders, Frost's
popularity was confirmed in 1995 when PBS did a documentary about him. This
won him admission to the gallery and museum circuit."
The Japanese artist duo KAMI and SASU (husband & wife team) is known world-wide for their unique productions at exhibitions and their live performances. They create many pieces together and their aesthetics and expressions of form link together with a special kind of harmony. They let themselves be influenced by the impressions and the dynamics of their environment.
This exhibition is gonna be Kami's solo show which has been 7 years since his last one in 2002.
Over the Easter holidays SIN Cru in association with Cambridge City
Council are running intensive dance, art and music workshops at The Centre
at St Pauls, Cambridge, UK. This years Cambridge Hip Hop Week runs
Monday 31st March until Friday 4th April 2008.
Courses include B-Boyin' (Breakdance), Locking, Popping, Hip Hop Dance,
Graffiti Art, Graffiti Production and Graffiti Customisation, Beatboxing,
MCing, DJing, Physio for Dancers, Body Conditioning and Yoga.
The week ends with the offical afterparty Urban Sinfonie on Friday 4th
April 2008 featuring 2on2 and Individual B-Boy battles and Poppin' battle
featuring dancers from throughout the UK and Europe as well as
performances and exhibitions from the week.
A fusion of the chaos of metropolis and the sensation of oriental balance - this is the conception of Oriental Roots, Bruno Bogossian's first individual exhibition. The artist, also known as BR, is member of the Flesh Beck Crew. His graffiti works on walls have been admired by Rio's locals throughout the city. The exhibition opens on March 27th, which is the National Graffiti Day. The Movimento Gallery is one of the first and exclusive places for artists who use a contemporary language toward the graffiti segment.
As a Manga fan, BR reveals the influence of Japanese comics in the Oriental Roots exhibition. Besides his distinctive trade mark as a member of the Flesh Beck Crew, the public will can see a new style, in which volume and color effects are allowed much more freedom.
BR believes that the graffiti art is not linked to a standardized esthetic. Hence, it is possible to apply several social and cultural concepts to the paintings. This idea is also valid to Street Art - technique transposal from walls to canvases . Unlike the forerunners of the Spray Art, who used to shrug off traditional methods, like canvas usage or use of diverse techniques, BR believes that refinement is necessary.
"Graffiti on the street walls does not necessarily intend to please the society. It is like an artistic vomit. They are reviews of the consumer society. When you pass, however, from walls to canvases, there is a concern to associate technique to a drapery that catch public's eye. Even though Street Art determine a distance limit and use a shape focused on beauty and harmony, such graffiti segment is allowing the professionals of spray to access the competitive Art Market.", said BR.
Address: Galleria Movimento / Avenida Atlântica, 4240 suite 211 - Copacabana - Rio de Janeiro - Brazil
Telephone: 55 21 2267-5989
West Hollywood (Los Angeles) CA: March 22 - April 20, 2008
CARMICHAEL GALLERY PRESENTS –
Anything Could Happen...
Faith47, Johnny Yanok, Joulu, Mike Kershnar, and Misery
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 22, 2008, 8 PM - Midnight
There will be paintings, drawings, stencils, skate decks, screen prints, and posters on display. Hailing from South Africa, Ohio, Ukraine, California, and New Zealand, the artists in this exhibition paint five extraordinary worlds of dreams, beauty, fantasy, and violence. The possibilities for exploration and discovery are endless within their wondrous scenes; though some sparkle with hope and others are tinged with a dark pain, all are lit with a magical spontaneity that leaves you wondering: whatever could happen next?
ABOUT CARMICHAEL GALLERY
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art
1257 N. La Brea Avenue
SW corner of La Brea and Fountain
West Hollywood, CA 90038
You are all invited to come along between 7-10pm, sip on some rum, and enjoy the work of one of our favourite artists, ELPH. It is a solo exhibition that will include massive paintings, mural work in the space, beautiful drawings, screen prints, a full size sculpture of one of his characters, and the launch of his latest publication of drawings and paintings. We're all going to paint a mural together at the Art School on the afternoon of the 19th, so pop down if you want to see ELPH paint.
ELPH is a Scottish illustrator, animator, graphic designer and graffiti artist based in Edinburgh. He is famous worldwide for his big nosed, "wino" characters that now float and stroll around the streets of the UK. He'll be painting one of these characters in a mural at the Glasgow School of Art on the 19th March in conjunction with the Mural Society as part of the exhibition. He has exhibited across the UK and internationally and was recently included in the Tristan Manco, "Street Sketchbook", published by Thames and Hudson. ELPH says, "There are many mixed ideas in the show, a bit like changing the channel on your cable television every 2 minutes. The show goes from war reportage to booze Britain and then to some weird fashion programs.
Parskid's work focuses on his interests in dark rituals,
mythology, sacrifice and spirituality in a world of lush forests and
natural surroundings. This is greatly influenced by the forests of the
Pacific Northwest where he works and lives. Parskid's painting style
utilizes a unique detailed way of painting only with spray paint by
using various techniques of masking, stencils and brushwork. His work
has been exhibited in many cities in the United States including LA
and NYC and abroad in Australia, Taiwan, Spain and the UK. His work
has been published in the following magazines: Hi-Frustose, King
Brown, Overspray, Art Prostitute, Cool'eh, Novum, Beautiful/Decay, Day
in the Lyfe, and Dirty Soup as well as published books, Dot Dot Dash,
Canceled Flight, War of Monstars, Pictoplasma 2 and Monstaah!. Parskid characters are no strangers to the streets of Seattle and freight train lines of the United States.
Chip7, also with a background in freight train art and graffiti hails from the opposite side of the US. His work explores brightly colored confessions of a clutter brain through science fiction psychedelic fantasy. Chip7 was trying to paint pretty much everything he could shake a stick at around industrial New Jersey,and where ever the wind took him.Years of painting got him some wonderful memories and adventures, people who hate him, like him, and his work in a few books. Fun and some legal problems go hand and hand. His studio work deals with a range of sources including memories and
dreams. Subjects range from both personal and historical using a range
of materials including found printed matter collage, animation cel
paint, oils, and spray paint. While his nickname remains there are no
silver block letters being painted on canvas, and he can no longer be
found in the layup all weekend. The ensemble cast that are scattered
across the many layers,and shapes of his work range from his own
creations of eyeball droids, and neon monsters to a few cameos by
Asian heroes inspired by his time living in South East Asia. The semi
obsessive ''paranoid'' nature of his current work also deals with
theories of global commotion,and catastrophe of the past, present, and
possible near future in a somewhat playful manner.
Artist Reception March 14, 6p - 10p
2316 2nd ave
In the Belltown Neighborhood
Seatttle Wa, 98121 www.blvdart.com
Miami, FL: March 12 - April 12, 2008
"Mayaimi" also known as the Magic city was incorporated in 1896. The
nickname came about later on due to the city's accelerated growth and
131 projects invites you to an art exhibition dedicated to Miami and
the wide variety of local talent that resides in the thriving city. Over
30 creative minds will be showcasing new work reflecting their
innovative interpretation of what the city means to them.
The opening will take place Wednesday, March 12th, from 7pm to 12am.
Launching February 23 at The Bronx Museum's new Project Space, Made From Love explores the myths that surround the graffiti movement. Graffiti as an art movement has transcended age, gender, race, culture, and class, which is revolutionary in a world that finds boundaries with all these issues. From pioneers to inspiring new artists, graffiti writers have been transforming walls in New York and around the world since the 1970's with the intent of creating their work from love.
The use of the Project Space is kindly made possible through the generosity of Gordon Roth.
The Bronx Museum of the Arts receives ongoing general operating support from The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs with the cooperation of Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion, Jr., and the Bronx Delegation of the New York City Council; New York State Council on the Arts; Bronx Delegation of the New York State Assembly; and private supporters.
For more information, please contact 718.681.6000
Los Angeles CA: February 16 - April 19, 2008
Opening reception Feb.16th
7 - 10pm
New Image Art is pleased to announce the first Los Angeles solo
exhibition by SWOON, "Drown Your Boats." Partially inspired by Angela
Carter's "Burning Your Boats," this show, and much of SWOON's work is
not only a momentary glimpse in contemporary life; her work speaks of
tales, legends, and variations on mythic themes, sparked by great
vitality, inventiveness, and a deeply macabre imagination. Having
recently participated in an armada of sorts SWOON along with other
fellow Pittsburgh "boat punks" constructed their own flotilla and
sailed down the Hudson and Mississippi Rivers. For this new
exhibition SWOON will be executing a canoe as her central
installation piece that will later become part of a Deitch Projects
show this Fall.
Please note: We will retain 20% from the actual selling price mainly to
cover a few expenses such as the spot to host this show, framing for
those pieces that may require it, and the shipping of your piece from
location TO location until it either sells or ends up back with you!
San Francisco CA: March 29, 2008
ART SF gallery, 6 - 9pm
16th and Capp(top floor)
Bode Broad Surf Boards, mural and birthday party for Randolph
Auckland NZ: March 28, 2008
Eric Orr & Martin Poppelwell
Come join in the atmosphere at the Turnaround this coming Friday, 28 March.
Bronx artist Eric Orr and Martin Poppelwell are painting live.
Delft, Holland: March 22, 2008
Wall Crush Crew: Graffiti Jam at Delft
Dublin Ireland: March 22, 2008
ALL CITY RECORDS Dublin Ireland in association with the TIVOLI Theater presents:
All City Jam
The 2008 B BOY/GRAFFITI/DJs and MCs Easter Throwdown
UK, Spanish and Irish Graffiti writers OKUDA DIBO PONK
INSA ASTEK TDA KLANN (RASK MASER SUMS..) FOES (KUBE OMIN ASKER...)
JOR ARTZ DCIPHER and MORE painting on
the largest city center site in the history of
2 on 2 B Boy battle. Judging and showcase by
world famous B Boy MOUSE.
Funk and Hip Hop DJs & MCs all day long.
22nd March 2008 11AM - 7PM
This is an all day event open to all ages.
Using her signature blend of hyper stylised characters, hip-hop slogans and sometime callous symbolism Forsyth questions the black magic and white lies of today's visual communication through the use of select representations of pop and religious iconography and folklore.
HEX is the artist's most comprehensive exhibition to date. Works on display will include an aerosol installation, over 300 hand drawn cards, 50 acrylic paintings on used paper bags and a range of illustrations.
Black and Blue Gallery
302/267-271 Cleveland Street
Redfern NSW Australia 2016
+612 9699 6038
Paul has worked tirelessly promoting the positives of aerosol art for well over ten years. Braking down many barriers for other artists as well helping to change the negative stereotype associated with street/graffiti art. Receiving praise for his work from high profile organisations such as: the Cities of Adelaide, Unley, Mitcham, Onkaparinga, Port Adelaide Enfield and West Torrens, ARTS SA & Country Arts SA, The Office for the Southern Suburbs, The Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA, SAPD, KEESAB, TransAdelaide and Neighbourhood Watch, as well as countless Schools and Students that he has worked with over the years in metropolitan & regional areas. In recent times Paul has been invited to be a guest lecturer at the Adelaide TAFE campus, delivering a 2 hour history and analysis of the graffiti culture to students.
There will be a reception with the
artist between 6pm and 9pm.
Los Angeles CA: March 7 - 21, 2008
Jersey Joe Graffiti show opens Friday, March 7, 2008. Please join us from 7P-11P for the opening reception. Exhibition will remain on display for two weeks. We'd love to have you.
2380 Glendale Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90039
323 912 0008 ph
Utrect, Holland - The Netherlands: March 1 - 30, 2008
CES53 started graffiti bombing in 1985 becoming a king of Europe in the early 90s not only because of his unsurpassed creativity but also because he was the one of the hardest trainbombers of his time, easily matching up with the New York kings and painting with them. Think of SENTO, WANE, REAS, SEEN, DASH, PURE en CESFX . He was especially famous for his one man colour whole cars which are among the very best ever painted.
Picking up classical oil painting in 1987.studied at an Art academy in the 90s were he refined his oil and acrylic techniques and expanding them stylistic into impressionistic and expressionistic works, also he got a taste of conceptual modern art.
Between 1999 and today he has been studying sculpturing including jade carving, stone carving, ceramic working and metal casting in Guatemala, Mexico and Birma.
The last couple of years he’s got big in the steetart scene also featured by the world-famous LASTPLAK COLLECTIVE.
CES53 has done over 2000 works of art including practically any discipline you can name and is already a true legend.
From 1 march until 30 march a selection of his work is shown and for sale at the Lock & Load gallery.
You are invited to the opening night of Readerswives Collective's 'Paper View' a 2 week group exhibition to celebrate the opening of the Centre Fold Gallery on Saturday 1st March between 6pm - 10pm. FREE BOOZE while it lasts.
Week 1. features framed original works on paper by Choobi. Ster, Rostone, Decal, Melon, Kitten Soft and Vinyl Matt. All works are a bargain price of £10 so don't forget your wallet.
Week 2. will see all sold paper works removed to reveal a collaborative wall painting.
Centre Fold Gallery
Trinity Square Centre
St Peter Port
Exhibition opening times
Mon - Fri: Evenings (unless we are in the pub)
Sat & Sun: 10:30am - 6:30pm
everyone is welcome and entry is free
We will also be selling a few design related products including sticker packs, artist series t-shirts, collectible plush toys and magazines.
Bursins, Switzerland: March 1 - 29, 2008
The Speerstra Gallery presents:
John CRASH Matos
"The Art of the Line"
The Gallery Speerstra is located between Geneva and Lausanne, on the Route de l’Etraz
in the Canton of Vaud.
By car: From Geneva: Highway exit Gland and then follow direction Luins and
go strait ahead untill Bursins.
From Lausanne: Highway exit Rolle and then follow direction Bursins.
Address: Chemin des Cerisiers 1
CH-1183 Bursins, Switzerland
Tel : + 41 (0) 21 824 20 10
Gallery opening Hours
thursday -saturday from 2 to 6 pm and by appointement
New York: Call for participation: deadline March 7, 2008
5 Years: Artists' Reflections on the War
Java Studios invites artists to participate in a collective gallery
exhibit 5 Years: Artists' Reflections on the War on Friday, March 21,
2008, on this fifth anniversary of the U.S. invasion and occupation of
On March 19, 2003, in the face of massive global opposition, the U.S.
made the decision to invade Iraq. Five years later, with the world only
in stronger opposition to the U.S.'s increasing war drive and with
estimates of a over a million lives lost so far in the wars in Iraq and
Afghanistan, Java Studios in joining with artists, individuals and
organizations hosting events around the world against the continuing
war. We invite you to share in this evening of art and music.
Artists interested in contributing work to the show should contact John
Baber, Java Studios curator, by phone or email by March 7. We invite
artists out of New York City to mail prints or small pieces to submit.
We invite everyone to attend the opening on March 21, 7 -11 p.m.
John Baber, curator
Java Street Studios
Greenpoint, Brooklyn , NYC
London UK: February 29 - March ?, 2008
Number 8 Greek Street
London UK: February 29 - March 5, 2008
Saber: Upper Playground
The new store in the UK is located in the classic Carnaby shopping
area in the Mayfair district.
31 Kingly Street
0207 734 8705
Bristol UK: February 28 - March 2008
Guerrilla Galleries' latest show opens its doors on Thursday 28th February at 7pm for the private view - and the exhibition continues through March.
Following on from the acclaimed first showing, Guerilla Galleries' new exhibition showcases even more of Bristol's - and the UK's - finest artists from established names, to underground, controversial, and breaking new artists including Inkie, Cheo, Ghostboy, Mr Jago, Rowdy, Andy Council, Pure Evil and Monsta.
Guerrilla Galleries is Bristol's only dedicated graffiti and street art gallery and fast becoming one of the freshest and most exciting contemporary art destinations in the West Country.
The exhibition has a variety of original art from one off canvases through to limited edition screen prints. All artworks are for sale and can be purchased from as little as £25.
Guerrilla Galleries is open midday to 7pm Wednesday to Friday, midday to 5pm Saturday
I have been given the opportunity to curate a sticker art show here in Phoenix, Arizona USA. I'm writing you this to see if you would be interested in contributing in some way or another. Let me know and or send something to the listed address before March 25th 2008. I will not be able to return the artwork to you unless you send it prepaid or prior arrangements are made. If you want whatever you send back.. It's up to you.... So send something you won't miss. It will be taking place downtown Phoenix in the arts district at a local boutique/gallery. There will be an array of artists contributing locally, nationally, WORLDWIDE. Send your art in!!! Support the sticker art movement!
MAD INK DESIGNZ
305 S McKemy ST
Tempe AZ 85281
INSA is a major player in the London Graffiti scene, well known
worldwide for his technical spray-can abilities as well as his iconic
posters of abstract ladies' legs in fetish heels.
But INSA is more than a Graffiti Artist. Since graduating from
Goldsmiths College of Art in 2001, he has developed the themes within
his work. He depicts fashionable, iconic images and objects that modern
society craves and obsesses over, alongside the objects commonly
associated with fetish, to encourage the viewer to critically appraise
what arouses and excites them. He not only makes aesthetic, well crafted
pieces of art that have value in their own right, but also weaves layers
of critical meaning within each piece, challenging the viewer and
particularly the sub-cultures he subscribes to. Within his work he
expresses the confusion of a generation who have grown up bombarded with
brands, products and sex.
INSA is a rising star in the graphic art, product, graffiti, and design
worlds, having already exhibited in London, New York and LA, undertaken
private commissions from NIKE and Carhartt and worked on product
collaborations with Kangol, Oki-Ni and Kid Robot. His work is highly
collectable, so this exhibition should not be missed as
producing limited edition prints on stretched PVC exclusively for
Recoat. Not only this, but INSA will be giving a free limited edition
"Buy My Love" T-shirt to the first 20 people through the door at the
opening on the 15th of February at 7pm. Plus due to themes within his
work and the kind sponsorship from 'Violate', the first 10 people to
arrive in full fetish outfits will win tickets and year long memberships
to the club night.
Los Angeles CA: February 9 - March 2, 2008
Crewest Gallery is serving out a bittersweet assortment of art and limited edition mementos for "Fatally Yours," a show featuring work by artists disheartened with Valentine's Day, during the opening reception on Saturday, February 9, 2008 from 6pm to 9pm. Instead of sugarcoated visions of hearts and Cupids, co-curator Delae and over forty artists share their personal observations and experiences on "Singles Awareness Day." Their artwork including paintings, mixed media and photography explore the darker effects of love like obsession, loneliness, depression, jealousy, and rejection. As tokens of love for that special someone, Stencil and Graffiti Chocolate Box sets and Limited Edition "LOVE"-inspired tees, buttons, and cards are available too. Couples and singles are invited to spend Valentine's Day at Crewest for the Downtown Art Walk on Thursday, February 14, 2008 from Noon to 9pm with a live musical performance by MEZKLAH starting at 8pm. "Fatally Yours" will run until March 2, 2008 after Crewest hosts a closing reception on Saturday, March 1, 2008 from 6pm to 9pm which will include live painting by select artists.
Myla, Delae, Rapes, Devious, Chucho, Van Saro, Downtimer, Heather Gabel, Adam Hathorn, Lolita Gunslinger, Sophia Pottish, Everett Ching, Vam Potna, Nose One, Faith 47, Gunnar, Views, Dabz, Zoso, Ohm, Musa, Ritzy, Itch, Eski, Surge, Vyal, Reset, Kozm, Jon Gill, ZZZ Sleep, Claire Reid, Gunz and Knives, Rick Rodriguez, Aaron Jasinski, Passenger, J.Fuchs, Gimiks, Jorger, Eye One, Venus, Mecro, Brezo, Dyzla, Mythos, Serk, and more.
110 Winston St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013
tel (213) 627-8272
Seattle WA: February 9 - March 8, 2008
Angel 179 and Mateu Velasco
in the Mezzanine
Opening reception February 9 with special performance by The Saturday Knights
BLVD Project Room at Triple
5227 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle Wa 98107
The BLVD Gallery Project Room is a collaborative effort between BLVD Gallery and TRIPLE, a new boutique in the Ballard neighborhood on Historic Ballard Ave.
The goal of "The Project Room" is to Create a small venue for emerging artists to develop and expand on concepts through Site specific installations.
The first Installation in the Project Room is "Arterial Lines" by Nhon Nguyen, a Seattle based artist who is using the opportunity to create a mural
that reflect on his experiences living in Osaka Japan over the past 3 years. This piece will continue to be worked over the course of the installation, eventually incorporating audio of field recordings in Osaka and the contributions of a variety of local artists. There will also be a serigraph created to coincide with the installation.
"Today's modern society is so dependent on technology that it has become so important in our everyday existence. Modern cities are hardwired to support and supply people with the power and communication sources that they need. Having lived and worked in Japan I feel that no where else in the world this is more evident than the major cities of Japan.
What fascinated me about living in Japan was how efficient everything was as a result of their advanced technology. The downside to all this technology is that it requires a lot of power and all the cables and wires to carry it. In the US, we bury most of our power cables but in Japan, they are run above ground due to the threat of earthquake damage. The title Arterial Lines is in reference to how this system of power and communication lines are comparatively important to the functioning of the city, much like our own circulatory system that keeps us alive. These wires are the veins and arteries that keeps the city alive."
Walnut Creek (San Francisco Bay) CA: February 8 - March 22, 2008
Matt Jacuzzi and Jared Roses
Seattle WA: February 8 - March 8, 2008
Trade Bloc: A group show of Global Ambitions
Featuring new work by Kofie, Other, NISHI, Nhon Nguyen, Erik Abel,
Hannah Stouffer, Mateu Velasco, and Acorn
BLVD Gallery is proud to present "Trade Bloc", a group show that
aims to present the global flavor of the urban art milieu. The concept
of this show came out of a series of conversations about globalism and
art. What are the benefits of a truly Global art market? What are the
effects of the internet on artists ability to gain recognition without
the participation of the traditional channels of media exposure? We
have assembled a group of great artists from Asia, North America, South
America, and Europe whose work we feel perfectly illustrate this new
borderless world in which we live.
Upper Playground In Association With FIFTY 24PDX Gallery Presents
FIFTY 24PDX Gallery presents "Dolores, Las Lagrimas Y Las Rosas", an exhibit of new paintings and works on paper from Chilean artist Basco. Featuring a two-dimensional realism that is striking for its simplicity and confrontational playfulness, Basco works in his Santiago studio and on the streets of various South American cities. He is a young artist, influenced as much by "traditional" painters such De Kooning, Rothko, Motherwell, and Miro as he is by his South American contemporaries like Herbert Baglione, Vitche, Os Gemeos, Nunca, and Blu.
For his first solo show in Portland, Basco (Vazko) has brought together a selection of works on paper and new paintings in his signature style. Some months ago he stumbled upon a vast collection of vintage magazines from Argentina & Chile. Using the hand-drawn images by "manterola" artists and hand-painted photographs from the vintage ephemera, Basco moved his work in a new direction of mixed media, restructuring the faces and images of 1930s- & '40s-era South America.
An opening reception for "Dolores" will be held Thursday, February 7th, from 6:00-9:30pm. Basco will be in attendance, along with music from musician Erik Beats and libations from Redhook. "Dolores" runs through March 29th, 2008.
Andrew Schoultz, Chris Lindig, Ed Templeton, Evan Hecox,
Cody Hudson, CR Stecyk III, Eric Elms, Gary Benzel, Geoff McFetridge,
Jo Jackson, Jose Parla, Josh Petherick, Kaws, Killpixie, Michael
Leon, Kevin Lyons, Michael Perry, Parra, Phil Frost, Perks, Peter
Beste, Peter Sutherland, Richard Colman, Ryan Waller, Shepard Fairey,
Todd St. John, Steven Harrington.
@ Pool Gallery
Tucholskystrasse 38 10117 Berlin Germany
* Opening Reception: Jan 30th 5pm-12am
Presentation of catalog, artwork installations
Selected artists will be in attendance
Arkitip is a limited-edition, hand-numbered art book for which excellence in production is of primary importance. The magazine publishes site-specific artworks at a low cost to make art available to collectors at all economic levels. The magazine;s founding principles are (1) support the arts, (2) promote freedom of expression, and (3) make art affordable and accessible.
Each issue is treated like a group gallery show, "curated" by founder Scott Andrew Snyder. Artists are given a specific number of pages to create whatever they wish. They are asked to create site-specific work for the magazine, which changes in size every year. This ensures that the work will be original thereby making it more valuable to the readers. For the Artist, making a contribution to Arkitip is like creating an installation that is distributed around the world. It's a traveling exhibition that art devotees can take home with them to look at again and again.
Gathering past, present and future contributors, Arkitip uses the aforementioned principles as a foundation to pull together a motley crew of diverse artists for a group show entitled HIGHMATH. The title fits as it explains the relationship between the artists, which is multifaceted. Consisting primarily of work on paper including silk screens, lithographs and hand-done originals. Artists will exhibit both existing and never before seen work.
For the first time ever Arkitip will hand over the design responsibilities for the issue edition to an outside source. That source being the design trio Wood Wood. Arkitip will also produce their 44th issue edition as the working catalog for the exhibition. The Danish design collective Wood Wood was founded in 2002 by Brian SS Jensen, Karl-Oskar Olsen and Magnus Carstensen. They initiated their business as a limited t-shirt label and opened their first small shop in central Copenhagen.
For further information, please contact:
Rike Doepp, firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone +49 30 280 99 039
[Trailer should be on the myspace link above, along with screening info.]
SprayMasters, the new film by Manny Kirchheimer (maker of Stations of
the Elevated - 1980), coproduced with Gabe Kirchheimer, will be opened
MoMA's Documentary Fortnight series on Feb. 13 and has been scheduled
for a second showing on February 29. [Check the flyer for details
Get there early. It filled up last time.]
The film features interviews with seminal graffiti artists Futura 2000,
Lee, Lady Pink, and Zephyr, plus rare footage of painted trains from the
Holladay UT: February 29, 2008
This year's event will be the first ever FORUM 29. The venue is a small warehouse donated for use by the managing and consulting firm Wright Mind LLC. 11 artists are currently onboard to exhibit at the show, all with an extensive background in graffiti and aerosol art.
During the month of February these artists are working to create artworks directly on the walls inside of the Wright Mind complex. Collaborating on variously themed works, the artists are slowly transforming the interior of the warehouse into a beautiful, richly colored, expression of cooperation and creation.
Many sponsors, artisans, and creative individuals have already offered their talents and products to this years show.
All of the artists from the show (BURCS, KIER, WERST, LEVER, YUKON, KUHR, STEM, MASK, GUTS, CHEW, RIKTOR) will offer individual works for show, as well as painting live the day of the exhibition. Nationally recognized DJ ICON is donating her services, TIGHTLINES hip-hop group will perform, and THE GROUND HOUNDS break dancing crew will be exhibiting.
Sponsors: URBAN DENIAL, GHETTOSLIDER CLOTHING, WRIGHT MIND LLC, ALL SAINTS WEB DESIGN, RIKTOR PEEPS, UPROK, 801 CULTURE.COM, EXILE EVENTS, and RED BULL have all graciously offered services, funding, and merchandise to the event.
The national non-profit charity The BOYS and GIRLS CLUB will be collecting donations at the door to help benefit the 4.8 million children they serve. Kim Henage, the Special Events Director of the Boys and Girls Clubs of South Valley, will be on hand the night of the show to accept private and public donations.
FORUM 29 is currently still accepting contributions of any kind to help support the event. Funding, products, and service, for the show or donations of any size made to the Boys and Girls Club will be graciously accepted. Sponsors who would like their name or company presence known in connection to the event will be offered a place on the official flyer for the show as well public recognition the night of the function. Silent private contributions of any kind will also be accepted and are deeply welcome.
For more information regarding this year's FORUM 29 contact:
NEXT se estrena en Chile
Pablo Aravena un Chileno Canadiense
El primer documental que retrata la realidad de los artistas del
graffiti a nivel internacional. Un recorrido por nueve países que
describe la comunidad hip hop y el arte mural de las ciudades.
El 23 de febrero el Cine Arte Alameda presento el avant premiere NEXT
de Pablo Aravena, teniendo una excelente acogida del publico, la
celebración continuo con una fiesta "Graffiti Party" con dj Flex y dj
Pi en el Living del Centro Arte Alameda.
El documental se adentra en el mundo del graffiti. Es una exploración
documental del arte visual basado en el graffiti como cultura mundial.
Retrata las formas de expresión urbana en nueve países: Estados
Unidos, Canadá, Francia, Holanda, Alemania, Inglaterra, España, Japón
La comunidad de hip-hop y graffiti que existe en Chile ya le dio una
excelente recepción en el Festival SANFIC 2007 y, es por ello, que
ahora se abre a todo tipo de público.
Estreno comercial 28 de febrero Cine Arte Alameda. Horario, todos los
días: 17:00 y 21:00 hrs.
En Estados Unidos será estrenada en marzo y luego será comercializada
en formato DVD. La distribución en Estados Unidos estará a cargo de
Arthouse Films, compañía liderada por David Koh y Lilly Bright. En
Chile, por su parte, será la asociación entre PorqueFilms de Nicolás
Labra y Roda Producciones de Sebastián Bustos, quienes se encarguen de
Para conocer más info, premios y reconocimientos que ha recibido NEXT,
pueden visitar www.nextthemovie.com.
The long awaited Bode Broad toy is out. There will be a launch party
at Double Punch in SF last Sat of the month in Feb. These will be
available for sale on Mark's site for around $89.00 starting in Feb. Only
1000 made in various colorways. Also Planet6.com will
sell them as well.
and Matthew of Planet 6 did an awesome job, well worth the wait.
New York: February 22, 2008
James Top, a controversial and legendary Graffiti Artist from New York City, will host his first solo show of the New Year, "Afrology" at the new Essex Street Gallery on Friday February 22nd, 2008, 6pm-Midnight. Special invited press will get a sneak peak of the compelling collection on Thursday February 21st, 2008, 6-10pm. Afrology debuts as seventeen artistic variations of the 1970's hairstyle, the "Afro", and depicts controversial, nostalgic and historical messages of the African-American experience via mixed media and graffiti art.
Better known by the media as "The People's Graffiti Artist," James has gained his legendary status as a founding member of the The Odd Partners (TOP). As a graffiti crew, TOP would come to dominate the New York City subway system during the mid to late 1970's. Later, James evolved from the "tags" on the subways to elaborate canvas pieces such as those displayed in Afrology. Today James is an art instructor with his latest graffiti workshop having been the subject of controversy within the national and international media. While serving as an example of expression for younger artists, James Top hopes to use the Afrology exhibit to express what he calls "The Black Experience" united by sports, music, historical and current events.
"I take great pride in capturing what I feel is the African American experience in America," says James Top about his solo exhibition here in New York. "It is my time not only to be the voice of graffiti art but also to be the voice of the people in my community." The Essex Street Gallery is located in the Lower East Side, where the heart of graffiti explosion is synonymous with rebellion, controversy and talented artistic expression. "Our [gallery showings] create a window into [the] artists brought together to inspire and support each other in an often hostile environment," says gallery owner, Jordan Cory Sorman.
Afrology is anticipated to be one of the most widely attended street art shows not only because of the significant talent of James Top, but because of his profound messages about being an African-American man in New York City. For fans, it is a true display of how far your street credibility can propel you into an artistic position of prestige and respect.
About James Top: After spending 10 years using New York City trains as murals, James Top has been hailed as one of New York's legendary graffiti artists by the media and street aficionados alike. Since his mural works on trains back in 1986, James is now working as an instructor and consultant with schools, charities, and youth based organizations. James Top is also the producer and host of "Graffiti NYC," a New York City weekly cable TV show which explores the impact of graffiti's history in different neighborhoods.
About Essex Street Gallery: Opened in November of 2007, the Essex Street Gallery has housed a variety of creative artist from around the world such as Pedro Cuube Arieta and Jordan Schaps. Jordan Cory Sorman is the owner of Essex Street Gallery and has dedicated the gallery to opening its doors every month for new innovative artist. The Gallery is located on 27 ½ Essex Street in the Lower East Side.
Die Ateliergemeinschaft getting-up begann zusammen mit dem Stadtteilbeirat vor acht Jahren mit der Planung eines riesigen Graffitiwandbildes in Rothenburgsort. Nachdem die ideale Fläche für das Bild, eine 270 sq.m. große Hochhausfassade, direkt am Marktplatz, gefunden war, konnte gemeinsam mit Hilfe etlicher Sponsoren und unzähligen Unterstützern aus dem Stadtteil Ende 2007 der Startschuss für die Bemalung gegeben werden. Nach zwei kalten Monaten Arbeit, in denen die drei Künstler Gerrit Peters, Heiko Zahlmann und Mirko Reisser hunderte Sprühdosen leerten, freuen Sie sich nun darauf, das Bild mit dem Titel „Identität“
am Mittwoch, den 13. Februar 2008 um 14:30 Uhr
der Öffentlichkeit zu präsentieren.
Adresse: Billhorner Röhrendamm 132, Giebelseite
Als Redner zur Einweihung sind Herr Schreiber, Leiter des Bezirksamtes Hamburg-Mitte, sowie der Vorstand von SAGA GWG, Herr Sachs, eingeladen.
Alle Einwohner Rothenburgsorts und Interessierte aus anderen Stadtteilen sind dazu herzlich willkommen.
getting-up bedankt sich ganz herzlich bei dem Bezirksamt Hamburg-Mitte, Fachamt für Stadt- und Landschaftsplanung, der Saga-GWG, BGFG, Wohnpark Rothenburgstrasse, Hamburg Wasser, HANSA Baugenossenschaft und Siemens für die freundliche Unterstützung und die ausgezeichnete Zusammenarbeit und wünscht Rothenburgsort viel Freude mit dem neuen Wandbild.
The studio community Getting-Up with the District
Advisory Council began eight Years ago to plan a huge graffiti
mural in Rothenburg place. The ideal surface for the image, 270 sq m, a
large high-rise building facade, directly in the marketplace,
was donated late in 2007, with the help of many sponsors and countless supporters
from the district.
After two cold months' work, in which the three artists Gerrit Peters,
Heiko Zahlmann and Mirko Reisser emptied hundreds of cans, into the mural called "Identity."
The inauguration speakers are Mr. Schreiber, head of the District
Office in mid-Hamburg, and the Board of SAGA GWG, Mr. Sachs,
All residents of Rothenburg place and interested people from other parts of the
city are welcome.
Getting-up warmly thanks the district office in mid-Hamburg,
Fachamt for urban and landscape planning, Saga GWG, BGFG, Wohnpark
Rothenburg, Hamburg Water, HANSA Housing and Siemens for their friendly
support and excellent cooperation, and wishes Rothenburgsort great enjoyment of
the new mural.
Madrid Spain: February 12 - 18, 2008
San Francisco Bay Area, CA: February 10 - 13, 2008
White Walls Gallery featuring artwork from Andrew Schoultz, Richard Colman, Mike Giant, Usugrow, Shepard Fairey, Sylvia Ji, Kill Pixie, Curve, Shawn Barber, Ian Johnson, Aj Fosik, Alex Lukas, Matthew Pallidino and a few surprises. All the proceeds will go to funding the music program at George Washington Carver Elementary School in San Francisco. The show will be held at White Walls from 7pm to 11pm on Saturday, February 2nd and for more information about Hip to Help you can check out their website www.hiptohelp.com or contact us at White Walls for questions or a preview of the artwork.
Thanks and hope to see you at the show.
Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art is proud to present Pretty
Decorating, Bristol-based artist Nick Walker's first solo exhibition in
the United States. Pretty Decorating will feature Walker's most
intricate stencil paintings to date, all related to the satirical
narrative of the English Vandal from his "Morning After" series. Walker
presents some 30 new works in the exhibition, revealing the exploits of
a character whose mission is world domination through artistic
expression. Pretty Decorating will be on view February 2 through
February 24, 2008, with an opening reception held on February 2, from 8
p.m. to 12 a.m. A custom-designed, 20-foot hot air balloon, the Vandal's
mode of transport, will be tethered outside the gallery and scheduled to
launch over Hollywood air space as part of the exhibition.
Pretty Decorating follows the path of one man - the Vandal. Each
painting represents the character's endeavors to bring the dull
architecture of the world's largest cities back to life, animated with
color - a more dramatic turn on the term 'painting the town red'. The
paintings reveal the Vandal's chosen cities (including Bristol, Sydney,
London, New York, and Los Angeles), his tools, and clues as to how he
sets about achieving his ultimate goal, but never disclose his true
identity. The series of works entitled 'The Morning After' illustrate
the Vandal taking a moment to observe his achievements from the night
before. "He is the quintessential Englishman," states Walker, "observing
something he shouldn't have done, getting away with it - a good night's
reflective moment. Up close or at a distance, he's scott free." The
Vandal is the archetypal practitioner of urban art, and an ironic symbol
of the myth that now surrounds this worldwide phenomenon. The show will
unfold like a story, each painting depicting another page in the
The gallery is open Wednesday through Friday, 3:00PM - 8:00 PM, Saturday and Sunday 2:00PM to 7:00PM and by appointment.
Contact us by email or call 323.969.0600 for more information.
Canturbury, Kent UK: February 2 - 29, 2008
Girls On Top
UK's first female Graffiti show, in Canterbury, Kent UK.
The next big thing, Girls on Top, is holding an exhibition of their art. The show,
taking the same name as the collective, is the first all female Graffiti show to
be seen in the UK. The show aims to celebrate the feminine style in Graffiti,
which is rapidly gaining popularity and respect. GOT’s style is funky and fresh
and they are here to rule the dance!
Founded in 2000, Girls on Top was brought back to life in July 2007 with new
members - some being introduced by Thames and Hudson, publishers of
‘Graffiti Woman’, the “who’s who” of female street vandals - at a Graffiti jam
held at Stockwell, one of the last remaining London “Halls of Fame” – Ken
Livingstone does not like illegal art very much, except for street art guru
Bankski (spelling intended!).
The crew is united through a shared passion for Graffiti but GOT members
are also involved in fashion, illustration, community art, fine art, break-
dancing, tattooing and photography. Members are based all over England and
various parts of Europe.
Luna, Sabe, Mira, Lyns, Peaches, Anala and Clear.
The McCaig-Welles Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by artist Michael Alan. The exhibition will open with a reception on Friday February 1st from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm.
Michael Alan, also known as the infamous graffiti artist "Fade" has painted the NYC streets for the past 17 years. A native New Yorker and figure artist, Alan incorporates mixed media and intense crosshatching, ultimately creating figurative hybrids and a surreal, dark narrative.
His current work "The Time Travelers", depicts creatures that are caught in the past, present, and the future, surviving in a alternate reality.
Alan studied art at Pratt Institute and graduated from The School of Visual Arts. Alan's work has previously been exhibited on The Today Show, The Village Voice, The New York Times, Art World Digest, Elemental Magazine, Time Out NY, N.Y Press, N.Y ARTS and many others. Alan has exhibited in solo and group shows both nationally and internationally.
We are located at 129 Roebling Street. Take the L train to the first stop in Brooklyn, "Bedford Avenue". Walk two blocks South to N. 5th Street. Make a left on N. 5th and walk one block to Roebling. Make a right on Roebling, we are located between N. 4th and N. 5th Streets. 718 384 8729 .
129 ROEBLING STREET
BROOKLYN, New York 11211
Phoenix AZ: February 1 - 29, 2008
Indianapolis IN: February 1 - ?, 2008
Bomit and Peel Magazine proudly present
A Bandana Art Show - Indianapolis - Feb 1st 2007 at ALIAS GALLERY.
Featuring the artwork Top Worldwide Street Artists on the canvas of Bandanas.
All of the remaining unsold works from the very successful Houston Show will be featured along with new submissions.
Alias / PEEL
1043 Virginia Ave, Ste 4
Indianapolis IN 46203
Any questions should be directed to Z James:
New York: January 24 - February 21, 2008
The First Ever Mash-Up of Street Artists, Art Geeks and New York's most infamous Graffiti Vandals all asking the following question: What would you do without us?
Illegal street artists serve important civic, commercial and artistic purposes. They beautify decaying urban neighborhoods. They re-imagine and lend creativity to uninspired city landscapes and utilitarian surfaces. They provide imagination, wonder and a style to be co-opted by corporate advertisers. They counter the overbearing messages of billboards, signs and other invasive marketing techniques. They reclaim public space, providing a voice for the people in the midst of a city at an ever-further remove. Yet, they still practice their art in secret, hiding from overzealous police and a legal system that punishes their democracy, seeks to handcuff their art, stifle their creativity and silence their voice.
WRITERS STRIKE will display all "illegal" work alongside and in comparison to blank walls, unadorned objects, intrusive advertisementsand the boring paraphernalia of urban life. Let the viewer decide the value of our art.
Drive In 24 Studios / Lott Gallery
443 West 18th Street, 2nd Floor
New York, NY
Santa Monica (Los Angeles) CA: January 19 - February 11, 2008
ROBERT BERMAN GALLERY
2525 Michigan Ave, D5
Santa Monica, CA 90404
Bursins Switzerland: January 17 - February 23, 2008
Sigi 'DARE' von Koeding
'Dare to be different'
Graffiti artist for over twenty years, Sigi von Koeding, education in typography and calligraphy, sprays under the name of DARE.
Born in Basel in 1968, Dare is one of the most prolifi c artist of his generation. He has already realised more than 1000 graffi tis in 13 countries all over the
world. After several exhibitions in Switzerland between 1992 and 1995, Dare exhibited at the Art Frankfurt fair and at the Kallman Museum in Munich in
His works can be interpreted as written selfportraits, every letter is unique and has it's own expression, refl ecting the artists daily feelings and representing
his name. Dare Induces his own writing style, punctuated by elegant and fl uid poses. Always exploring new posibilities and techniques on his canvases.
Qualifi ed as « branding », his style has an unique identity, including letters outlined with extreme precision, layers of bright colours and original
Always in experimentation through a growing career, in the spring of 2007, he painted the appartement of Gunter Sachs in Velden (Austria) together with
Ata Bozaci (Toast) and is today the curator of the Carhartt Gallery in Weil am Rhein (D).
Vernissage Jeudi 17 janvier 2008 / de 18 à 21 Hrs / En présence de l'artiste
Sigi 'DARE' von Koeding 'Dare to be different'
Artiste Graffi ti depuis plus de vingt ans, Sigi von Koeding, a fait son apprentissage dans le domaine de la typographie et spraye sous le nom de DARE.
Né a Bâle en 1968, il est l'un des artistes les plus doués de sa génération. Il a déjà réalisé plus d'un millier de graffi tis dans plus de 13 pays à travers le
monde. Ses premières expositions eurent lieu en Suisse entre 1992 et 1995. Il exposa par la suite ses oeuvres à la foire de l'art à Frankfort et au Kallman
Museum à Munich en 1996.
La Gallery Speerstra est située à Bursins sur la route de l'Etraz entre Genève
et Lausanne dans le Canton de Vaud.
En voiture:De Genève : autoroute sortie Gland puis suivre direction Luins.
De Lausanne: autoroute sortie Rolle puis direction Bursins.
En train: De Genève: Prenez le train jusqu'à Nyon, puis le bus direction
“Nyon Rolle“. Descendez à Bursins.
De Lausanne: Prenez le train jusqu'à Rolle, puis le bus direction
“Rolle-Gland“. Descendez à Bursins.
Adresse: Chemin des Cerisiers 1
Tel : + 41 (0) 21 824 20 10
Email : email@example.com
Horaires de la galerie:
Du Jeudi au Samedi de 14 à 18 heures, et sur rendez vous.
The Gallery Speerstra is located between Geneva and Lausanne, on the Route
de l'Etraz in the Canton of Vaud.
How to get there:
By car: From Geneva: Highway exit Gland and then follow direction Luins and
go strait ahead untill Bursins.
From Lausanne: Highway exit Rolle and then follow direction Bursins.
Exhibit focusing on the graffiti art movement in the early '80s
works from Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Ero, Fab 5 Freddy, Francesco
Clemente, Basquiat, Chris Parker, Futura and others.
Gallery 151 [151 Wooster St, 2nd Floor].
New York: December 13, 2007 - February 17, 2008
New York's foremost aerosol style master presents his latest works on paper and canvas at the newly opened Tuff City gallery.
Since the mid 70's PART has showcased his detailed letter forms and
pioneering style on the subway trains and walls of New York City. In the
90's the El Barrio born resident began producing large works in and
around his neighborhood while reviving the famed Hall of Fame. Today
PART is as active as ever, painting globally and producing art works
that conjure up a New York of yesteryear, one filled with Wild Style
Burners and Puerto Rican outlaws. This is PART's first solo show in New
December 13th 7-10pm
Showing through February 17th
Tuff City Gallery
650 Fordham Road
Bronx New York
Phoenix AZ: September 22, 2007 - February 24, 2008
Graffiti Art and Fashion
Phoenix Art Museum
The Kelly Ellman Fashion Design Gallery
September 22, 2007 - February 24th, 2008
This exhibition explores the art form's origins and its evolution in
fashion and graphics, with early jackets and clothing painted by
original graffiti artists Haze, Cey, Phade and Lady Pink; artist
collaborations, such as that between Stephen Sprouse and Louis Vuitton,
and Keith Haring and Vivienne Westwood; and high fashion interpretations
of the style by designers Martin Margiela, Viktor & Rolf, Moschino, Marc
Jacobs and Walter van Bierendonck, among others. Over 20 rare examples
of this colorful and original movement on loan from artists, stylists
and collectors will be on view together for the first time.
Special graffiti event October 5th from 6-10pm - FREE
Performance by Furious Styles Crew and local
Featuring the work of: Ron English, Anthony Ausgang, Gary Baseman,
Sket-One, KRK Ryden, Andrew Brandou, The Brothers McLeod, Ryan Bubnis,
Michelle Valigura and Amanda Visell.
Los Angeles (Long Beach) CA: January 26, 2008
Hello My Name Is
This Saturday January 26th we will be opening the ISM: gallery in a fresh
approach to art and social activism. The ISM: gallery is a familial center
exhibiting creative installations, artistic seminars and informative lectures
that will both educate and entertain while presenting an opportunity for
January 26 // 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
"Hello My Name Is" the grand opening exhibition will feature artists
Aaron Israel, Adrien Biosse Duplan, 2H, Brian Viveros, Chet Zar, Derek
Hess, Famous When Dead, Grace Chee, Inky Dreadfuls, Haubs, KMNDZ,
Mark Murphy, Munk One, Sheesh, Stephen Anderson, The Dead Beatnik,
Yuka Yamaguchi, Zoso and over a 100 more artists.
ISM: a community project is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization dedicated
to benefiting the youth of our society through the artistic enrichment of
NRW / Essen Germany: January 26 - February 2, 2008
Braik, Shedstar, Birne: Writing Meets Design
Gainsville FL: January 25 - 27, 2008
GuerillaNoise.com Presents: GuerillaFest '08
GuerillaFest will be a 3 day celebration of experimental &
underground music, art & culture. Events will take place at public
parks, local clubs, coffee shops, street-corners & private residences
through-out Gainesville. Focus will be on a wide variety of styles,
including but not limited to: Noise, Glitch, Jazz, Downbeat, Circuit
Bending, Acoustic, Abstract, Punk, Hip-Hop, Performance Art, Funk,
Graffiti, Futurism, Digital Art, Dance Music, Dadaism & Technology. In
addition to the 6 scheduled GuerillaFest events, there will be multiple
afterparties, art shows & gatherings, aimed at promoting the future of
the underground though culture & community.
Flip, Tinho, Thais, Pato, Titi Freak, Zezao and others
Phoenix AZ: January 12, 2008
Lady Pink and Carlo McCormick
San Francisco CA: January 11 - February 1, 2008
January 11th Thru February 1st @ Suite 100
2222 2nd Ave Suite 100
Seattle, WA. 98121
Opening reception January 11th 6-10pm
Featuring Andrew Hem, Deuce Seven and a bunch more.
Contact the gallery for purchase inquiries
Phoenix AZ: December 5, 2007 – February 2, 2008
Daryll Peirce, Lesley Reppeteaux, Angelina Wrona, Darren Goldman,
Saratoga Sake, Danielle Rizzolo,
Patrick Fatica, Jasmine Worth, Caia Koopman,
Sheesh, Andy Haynes, Isaac Pierro, Josh Taylor,
Joshua Clay, Jenna Colby, Daniel Fleres, Walt Hall,
Alex Willan, Scott Saw, Isaac Bushkin & Haubs.
Urban art is everywhere. More and more we see media, their products,
and design in general inspired by this still young and new artform.
Experiencing graffiti and street art for many years ourselves, we
believe that this artform has not yet earned the appropriate recognition
it deserves. We wanted to give this controversial art an opportunity to
claim its high artistic integrity.
The exhibition wants to show all people, walking, moving, and living
in a urban landscape a different perspective on streetart. Advertisements and political propaganda material are the eyecatching
marks of urban landscapes in our time.
The basic ambition of the project is to demonstrate the meaning and
benefit of this artform for the general public. We want to highlight
the phenomenon streetart and illustrate its beauty and variety.
Who owns the public space? Who is allowed to shape and arrange it?
PART I - Jan. 5 - Jan. 17, 2008
Opening reception with a live musical performance by Katia Moraes
Saturday, Jan. 5, 8 pm - 12 am
PART II - Jan. 19 - Jan. 27, 2008
Opening reception with a live Capoeira Demonstration
Saturday, Jan. 19, 8 pm - 12 am
Os Brasilerios is a month long celebration of Brazilian culture with Street
and Outsider art, Bossa Nova music, Capoeira dance and Caipirinha drinks for
Brazil has one of the richest and most layered street art communities in the
world and Os Brasilerios features work from the largest number of Brazilian
street artists ever assembled outside of Brazil. The show includes a wide
range of pieces from various schools, styles, regions, ethnic and economic
divides; from young artists who have never shown in a proper gallery to
internationally recognized artists.
Featuring over 40 artists including Akeni, Alexandre Anjo, Alexandre Yassu,
Andre Firmiano, Binho Barreto, Binho Ribeiro, Bruno Kurru, Cena7, Ciro Schu,
Dalata, Daniel Bileu, Dask Two, DOC, Does, Flavio Morais, Flavio Samelo,
FLIP, Graphis, Hyper, Jana Joana, Jey, Kaleb, Marcella França, Mateus
Bailon, Milo, Pankill, Pato, Paulo Ito, Petite Poupee7, Prila Paiva, Raquel
Schembri, Rodrigo Villas, Sesper, Suzue, Tatiana Guid, Thais Beltrame,
Thiago Syen, Tiago Fazito, Tikka, Vitché, Yá!, and Zeila Trevisan. The
artists' works feature a mixture of media on canvas, paper and found
material, in all sizes and price ranges.
A group show celebrating street art through photography, painting, collage, graphic design and body painting. This show will take place in Manhattan from the 15th of December, 2007 (opening reception) to the 11th of January, 2008.
Col, Jake Dobkin, and more
Trenton NJ: December 14, 2007 - January 8, 2008
Annual Holiday Show
Curated By Leon Rainbow
Reception:December 14th 6pm-9pm
Open for submission. 2 pieces at time per artist. Cash and Carry. Group
Show marked for sale. Something for every Art Lover on your list. For
Aiko, Blek le Rat, Martha Cooper, Michael De Feo, Elbow Toe, ELC, Shepard Fairey, Ellis G., Eltono, Ron English, Jean Faucheur, John Fekner, Flying Fortress, G, Richard Hambleton, Keith Haring, Maya Hayuk, Jace, Logan Hicks, Mark Jenkins, Lady Pink, L'Atlas, Don Leicht, Lister, Momo, Caleb Neelon, Nuria, PMP, Lee Quinones, Leon Reid, RIPO, JM Rizzi, She Kills He, Skewville, Ian Stevenson, Judith Supine, Swoon, Thundercut, Tofer and Dan Witz.
Goggleworks Center for the Arts
201 Washington Street
Reading, PA 19601
December 7th- VIP Opening
December 8th- First Day Public Opening
December 9th- Public Meet and Greet
Portland OR: December 5 - January 27, 2008
Upper Playground In Association With FIFTY 24PDX Gallery Presents
FIFTY 24PDX Gallery presents "Owlex", an exhibit of new paintings,
drawings and installations from San Francisco artist Alex Pardee,
completed over 31 consecutive sleepless nights. Alex's style is one
conceived through watching years of horror movies, writing graffiti, and
listening to gangster rap. His work best represents that of a vibrant
undead circus sideshow. Final pieces are often brought to life by
translating random shapes and colors into signs of torment and
absurdity. By juxtaposing these two conflicting moods, Alex makes his
works more personal to his viewers, forcing them to project their own
feelings and emotions onto each character in his twisted universe.
Alex Pardee's devotion to his art has gained the attention of Warner
Bros., Reprise Records, Upper Playground, Hurley International, RIDE
snowboards, DefJux, and more. In 2004 he was tapped by the gold-selling
rock group The Used to design the artwork for their album, In Love and
Death, as well as the band's merchandise, Website, marketing campaign,
and a music video. He is currently working on an animated movie for
Warner Bros based on the Chadam character that he created for The Used
in 2007. The film should be finished around Summer 2008.
Cern began writing graffiti in the early nineties. For the last
several years he has been focusing on large collaborative murals with
the YMI crew and many other artists around NYC and other parts of the
While exhibiting canvas works in various mediums in numerous solo and
group shows. Cern has also been included in such books as Burning New
York and Graffiti World.
Cern's talent has made him one of the rising stars in Graffiti
and while you're there check out...
"NAUGHTY OR NICE"
Naughty or Nice is a special holiday show featuring fine art products
for Urban and Fine art collectors. Check out our potpourri of offerings
in the the Pilots Lounge, from trading cards, figures, Qee's, watches
and pens to sculpture, wallets and more. Artists include Shepard Fairey,
Ghost, Ewok 5MH, Corey Marc, Daze, Crash, Yoshitomo Nara, Futura and
It's a unique show with unusual and exciting pieces that will enhance
your collection and also make perfect holiday gifts.
Los Angeles CA: November 6, 2007 - January 12, 2008
One is the Magic Number
Sao Paulo Brazil: November 6, 2007 - January 20, 2008
GALERIA PLASTIK APRESENTA A COLETIVA
MADE IN CHINA
ANDRÉ MONTEIRO "PATO" , FELIPE YUNG "FLIP" E THAIS BELTRAME
APRESENTAM OBRAS INÉDITAS EM
XILOGRAVURA , SERIGRAFIA E GRAVURA EM METAL
NA COLETIVA MADE IN CHINA
André Monteiro "Pato"
O paulistano André Monteiro ganhou fama com o apelido de Pato, e com esse nome fez carreira como artista plástico ligado ao universo da street art e ao audiovisual. Suas caixas e objetos cinéticos já impressionaram os quatro cantos do Brasil, além de muitos países do mundo, onde já foram expostas, assim como seus vídeos e grafites.
Felipe Yung "Flip"
Mais conhecido como Flip, o artista plástico paulistano Felipe Yung é um dos grandes talentos de sua geração, e desenvolve uma produção com forte ligação com o universo da street e toy art. Seus trabalhos já foram expostos na França, Espanha, Inglaterra e EUA, além de em inúmeras mostras no Brasil, onde já protagonizou e assinou trabalhos dentro e fora de galerias.
Bacharel em artes plásticas pela Columbia College, de Chicago, e com cursos na City College of San Francisco, a paulistana Thais Beltrame já participou de exposições coletivas por todo o mundo. Seus trabalhos já foram vistos em cidades como Londres, Lima, Chicago, São Paulo e Brasília. Artista plástica e ilustradora, Thais já teve trabalhos publicados em revistas como Bons Fluídos, Coquetel Molotov, Superinteressante, Trip, Vida Simples e Zupi.
Sobre a Plastik
Inaugurada em dezembro de 2006, a Plastik é o endereço e a grande referência quando o assunto é Toy Art. Além de loja, o espaço, localizado no coração dos Jardins, abriga também a Galeria Plastik, espaço criado para hospedar arte contemporânea em uma agitada agenda de exposições.
MADE IN CHINA
Felipe Yung "Flip", André Monteiro "Pato" e Thais Beltrame
De 6 de novembro de 2007 a 20 de janeiro de 2008
Ci piacerebbe bere qualcosa assieme nell'occasione del primo evento promosso:
Giovedì 4 ottobre dalle 18:30
Nhow Hotel, via Tortona 35 - Milano
Ci sarà un'esposizione di tele ed installazioni a cura di Verbo, Rae Martini, Wany, Filippo Minelli, Kayone, Leo, Cano, Pho.
Saranno presenti anche opere di Haring, altri artisti e designers: Alana Grossman, Alex Turco, Campana Brothers.
L'esposizione sarà visitabile gratuitamente al primo piano del Nhow fino al 4 gennaio 2008.
In the MIAM also in Séte (Musée des arts Modestes
(director: Hervé Di Rosa) will have a vernissage on the 29th, the same
night as the In Situ Show, below. (5 minutes walking distance)
Artists include Alëxone from Paris;
Esmaeil Bahrani, Téhéran; Dzus, Kaohsiung; David
Ellis, New York; Maya Hayuk, New York; Jonone, Paris;
Nunca, Sao Paulo ; Reach, Taipei; Zonenkinder, Mainz.
The artists will paint all the walls of
the museum and will of course be back for this special