We missed the opening for this one, but it’s on till 14th Nov, so you’ve still got time to check out the new exhibition from JR at the Lazarides space on Rathbone Place in London.
Vhils has been in town recently and to coincide with his new exhibition at Laz Inc, he’s been out on the streets crafting walls in the fashion we’re all familiar with – sterling work! This shot captures the intricate work whilst he’s at work. Check out the Laz Inc website for further details on the […]
“Hell’s Half Acre” is the Lazarides Galleries‘ new off-site exhibition, which will be open for viewing from October 12 to 17 2010. The labyrinth of tunnels beneath London’s Waterloo station have been converted into a large-scale evocation of Dante’s Inferno. Visitors will be able to explore a unique interpretation of the nine circles of hell […]
Faile and Bast will be taking over London’s Lazarides Gallery on Greek Street from February 12. Faile and Bast fans can expect an experienced based on 1980s popular culture. Faile works will be on sale, starting from a measley £2! Faile will also be mounting a retrospective exhibition at Lazarides Rathbone space. We’ve got some […]
Go get some.
You’ve seen the street pieces, felt the hype and tried to sneak past the bouncers at the private view…well, now Lazarides’ star-studded ‘Grifters’ show is open to the public. For more info check lazinc.com. Or read the press release after the jump.
Lazarides‘ bevvy of talent have been taking to the wet and windy streets of London town in the run up to their new 4-floor show, Grifters, taking over Lazarides’ Rathbone Place Gallery from December 3-January 16. Keep your eyes peeled for these and other works all over London. All pics from Wallkandy, check his flickr […]
Not much info floating round about this one just yet, except that the show, entitled ‘Becoming Animal’, will run from September 25-October 22 at Lazarides’ Rathbone Place outpost. More details and hopefully pics to follow shortly.
It’s a sik show, catch it at Lazarides Gallery on Rathbone Place in London until September 17. Full gallery after the jump. Pics courtesy of No Eyed Dear, check all his sets here. More from Invader here.
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