Monthly Archives: April 2008

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The Cans Festival 3-5th May 2008 – London

As we speak, some of the world’s most amazing stencil artists from all over the world are flying into London to create new work at an undisclosed location for the Cans Festival that will take place this weekend. Artists include Bsas Stencil, Prism, Roadsworth, Blek, Sten, Sadhu, Lex, Faile, Logan Hicks, and many, many, more. […]

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Blek Le Rat solo show – 08.05.2008 @ The Black Rat Gallery

Blek Le Rat, father of stencil graffiti will be the star of our forthcoming Blek Le Rat solo show \’Getting Through Walls\’. The show celebrates over 25 years of work by this remarkable artist and will mark the UK launch of a new book being published by Thames and Hudson on Bleks lfe and work. […]

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Blek le Rat ‘Getting Through The Walls’

Considered to be the father of stencil street art, Blek Le Rat (aka Xavier Prou) has had a profound influence on today’s current crop of street artists. Almost all of whom arrived a whole generation after Blek started hitting the streets of Paris back in the early eighties. Banksy is on record as saying that, […]

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Coming soon: Blam! at the New Cross Gallery

Starting on the 1st of May at the New Cross Gallery (London) is the first ever solo show by artist Blam, most famous for his ‘Oscar the Grouch’ piece (seen above). The exhibition is set to run until the 24th of May. gALLery 3 Lewisham Way, New Cross, London, SE14 6PP 0208 469 1415

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The Adam and Ron Show

May 2nd– 31st 2008 Tuesday – Saturday 12 – 6pm, Thursdays ’til 9pm 1-3-5 Flitcroft Street, London, WC2H 8DH 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 ENGLISH To accompany the exhibition, Elms Lesters is publishing a beautiful 72 page […]

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Street art at the Tate Modern?

Street Art @ The Tate Modern – Free Entry 23 May – 25 August 2008 An awesome line-up of acclaimed street artists have created gigantic new art works on the external walls of Tate Modern overlooking the Thames. An eclectic group of artists from New York, São Paulo, Barcelona, Bologna, Paris and London, who have […]