“I don’t know how you all see it, but when it comes to the children, Wu-Tang is for the children. We teach the children.” ODB, Grammy Awards Show, 1998.
From 3rd April, Howard Griffin Gallery presents a retrospective of the life and work of infamous artist Thierry Noir. In 1984, Noir was the first artist to illegally paint mile upon mile of the Berlin Wall.
Last week we were invited to attend the London Art Fair 2014 courtesy of Infiniti, who provided a chaffeur driven car and VIP entry to the preview evening.
The Howard Griffin Gallery have a stormer of an exhibition coming up with one of our favourite artists, Phlegm.
“Outside In” is the name of the new exhibition that the two graffiti artists, known as Mef and Kem, are holding later this month at Gallery 150, Leamington Spa and it features loads of new work by them. If their last show (entitled “Steel Horses”) is anything to go by, then you are not going […]
Herrods* is a complex art installation and is in no way trying to ‘pass off’ any brandalism or subvertising of existing corporate entities as itself.
The new exhibition from Jake & Dinos Chapman opened this week at The Serpentine Gallery, the show is called “Come and See”.
The first solo exhibition from Cyclops opens on Friday at The Outsiders on London’s Greek Street.
Opening on 5th December at 6.30pm, the show will give you an insight to the mastery behind SHOK-1s work, delicate spraypaint technique that looks x-ray-like.
Skate Interiors launches it’s first ever furniture exhibition, a showcase of conceptual furniture made from brand new or recycled Skateboards and components, a collaboration of talent and bespoke skateboard art from Barry Kay, Si Skipp and Scott Horsey Walker.