The Lurkers have dropped a very limited run of their Lurkers Logo on heavyweight, hand pulled screen printed, T-shirts. Get em quick from their online store here fof £25.
Chloe Early's latest body of work features a collection of oil paintings, echoing the radiant splendour of Renaissance religious art whilst depicting contemporary figures seemingly suspended between a rise and a fall. Showcasing a series of small works alongside large-format ethereal canvases Early transcends the mundane and elevates her figures into an otherworldly space.
To coincide with the exhibition The Outsiders will be screening a short film collaboration between Chloe Early and filmmaker Andrew Telling, a meditative response exploring the characters, colour and motion within the new work.
The private view will take place from 6pm to 9pm on Thursday 3rd April.
Suspended is open to the public from 4th April to 3rd May 2014.
Gallery opening hours are 11am to 7pm, Tuesday to Saturday, admission is free.
The Outsiders, 8 Greek Street, London, W1D 4DG
Check out this RUN installation for the Hang-Up Gallery Exhibition " Wall to Wall " currently running at the gallery space until the 27 April 2014.
Lazy Oaf have teamed up with East London shoe label Miista for the ultimate Sample Sale. Join them on Friday 28th March & Saturday 29th March for a weekend of trying, buying and discount dealing.
Head over for:
Up to 80% off samples, one-off designs and styles from previous Lazy Oaf men's and women's collections with prices starting at £5.
Up to 80% off Miista shoes from current and previous collections with pairs priced from £10.
Open 11am-8pm on Friday and 10am-6pm on Saturday.
Find them at Dalston Pier, 2A John Campbell Road, London N16 8JZ right near Dalston Kingsland Station. This is a CASH ONLY event.
Since the mid-80s, he has focused on his canvas work through a mixed use of acrylic, oil and spray paint. Striving for perfection, CEET pays meticulous attention to each canvas’ detail and uses every inch of space to reveal his expression on life. The quality of his creations have not gone unnoticed, as invitations from galleries, contemporary art shows and lifestyle brands have confirmed his place on the international stage of contemporary art to watch and follow.
A trip to China captivated his love for raw energy and in 2003, CEET left France to share his talents and passion for contemporary art with China. Since 2003, he’s been very active in China with diverse exhibitions, events and artistic performances.
Advertising companies and lifestyle brands also call on his talent and he has been an art ambassador to global brands such as Adidas, Airbus, Ecko, Loewe, Moiselle, and Prada. As an artist CEET belongs to the group of internationally acknowledged contemporary artists, his work is shown in numerous international graffiti and street art exhibitions around the globe.
I believe I can touch the Sky runs from 7 – 13 March 2014
The Barbara Stanley Gallery -27 Connaught Street - London - W2 2AY.
Gallery opening hours: Mon-Sat 11am to 6pm, Sun 12 - 4pm
Private view: Tuesday 8 April, from 6 – 8 pm, RSVP essential
"Reeps One AKA Harry Yeff was labelled with A.D.D at a young age. Named as a disorder, the attributes of this condition have been the very reason his creations have gathered global attention, with fans in the 10’s of thousands and online views in the multi-millions. Reeps One's exhibition will bridge the gap between concept, music, performance and art, designed to enter you into his dark and exciting world world, where no sensory stimulation is enough and more fun and surprise is always an option"
Opening times: 12pm - 7pm on weekdays, 10am - 6pm at the weekend. Exact times & schedule of events TBC.
MARCH 22nd // Day of games 1pm - 6pm – Reeps One Performance in COMPLETE DARKNESS. Come and do something you have never before. Body painting, pitch black, chess and test your minds to win original art. Reeps will flex his vocal muscles perform the Reeps One Show.
MARCH 26th //Open. Your. Mind. OYM talks – Curated by Reeps One, we will open our doors to talented minds sharing their ideas and the legendary HOWARD MARKS will headline the evening.
MARCH 20th // PRIVATE VIEW *Guest List Only* – showcase his audio and visual vocal experience during the opening and private view
Full details can be found via the Facebook event page here.
Check out a preview of Lionel's work for the show in this lovely video:
Private Viewing: Thursday 20th March, 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Cumulus opens to the public on Friday 21st March, until April 30th.
For further enquiries please contact email@example.com
Rook & Raven — 7 RATHBONE PLACE, LONDON, UK - W1T 1HN
Centrefold Magazine and Nokia Lumia 1020 push photographic parameters with “Beyond” issue, featuring models Sam Rollinson, Lily McMenamy, Zuzanna Bijoch and Eliza Cummings. In an exciting partnership, Centrefold Magazine, the limited edition large format fashion, art and design publication, has collaborated with Nokia. Commissioning nine international photographers to shoot a complete issue of the magazine, cover to cover, exclusively on the Nokia Lumia 1020. The result is beautiful and impressive, revealing the phone’s incredible capabilities for striking, vivid imagery that is printed to A2 poster size.
Launching March 2014 in London with an exclusive exhibition featuring all nine of the photographers’ work alongside behind the scenes films, Centrefold Issue 10 celebrates emerging photographic talent and the faces of the future with the theme of "Beyond". The four unique covers and pages take us from the gritty New York art scene shot by Vanina Sorrenti, to UK wunderkind Damon Baker shooting models Eliza Cummings and Sam Rollinson, to young London musicians in an exclusive Saint Laurent shoot by Centrefold founder and Editor-in-Chief Andrew G. Hobbs.
Centrefold “Beyond” will be available at:
Dover Street Market - London, Tokyo, NY
Claire de Rouen Books - London
Magma - London
Wardour News - London
Colette - Paris
In this exhibition, Joe explores the idea of 'Memento Mori'. This Latin phrase translates as 'remember your mortality', dating back to times of antiquity, the idiom was used to describe artworks that featured a 'figure of death'.
Often captured with their eyes open, the recently deceased were once captured in post mortem photography as a last remaining memory for those left behind. Joe pays homage to this beautiful and often haunting practice in breathtaking, hand-drawn portraits.
The show centres around a collection of new work, exploring centuries-old reverse glass mirror painting techniques, updated for the modern day to create beautiful and haunting one off pieces. These pieces will be available for sale throughout the show along with a selection of screen printed paper editions.
A number of older pieces of work and original drawings will also be on display, with a limited number for sale.
Joe's unique drawing style attracts a mixture of different clients from editorial to fashion. He has produced work for clients such as: The Guardian, Faber & Faber, Film4, Saatchi & Saatchi, Adidas, Johnnie Walker, 21st Amendment, Little White Lies, Arrow Films, London Fashion Week and Visa.
24 March - 4 April 2014
Private View - 27 March 6 - 9pm
The Coningsby Gallery - 30 Tottenham Street - London - W1T 4RJ
Following the steady progression of the movement from the urban surface(s) to the white gallery walls, the show willfeature eclectic mix of rare and unseen original works and limited editions from some of the finest and most exciting inthe scene such as: Banksy, KAWS, Faile, Swoon, Futura, Matt Small, Shepard Fairey, David Choe and Ben Eine.
The downstairs room will feature the gallery’s first Street Art installation by celebrated Italian artist RUN, who will beholding his first solo show at Hang-Up Gallery in June 2014.
The main gallery space will recreate the organised chaos of a street artist’s studio to intensify the viewing experience. Expect to see paint splattered walls, empty spray paint cans, collage material cuttings and tools of the craft transportingthe viewer deep into the creative process of how and where art is made.
The exhibition will explore the multilayered aesthetic of street art to create a fuller appreciation of the art form.
22 MAR - 26 APRIL 2014
Private View | Fri 21 Mar 2014 | 6 - 9pm Drinks Reception | RSVP to
Part retrospective, Adaptations showcases selected artworks from the Kid Acne archives, which pay dividends to seminal moments in popular culture, such as his re-imagined versions of Wizbit, The Beastmaster, Paul’s Boutique and The Adventures of Baron Munchausen – many of which are being shown in London for the very first time. Alongside such pieces are new and exclusive works made specifically for the show. Expect a heady mix of 80′s flashback and B-Boy decadence.
Duration: 7th March – 30th March
Opening Night – 6th March 6.30pm. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
The Graffiti Life Gallery, 26 Cheshire St, London, E2
Canal180 : a TV Channel based in Portugal focused on Culture Arts & Creativity were in London and interviewed the gang over at street art magazine Very Nearly Almost (VNA) and put together this short documentary. Check it out.
Through a process of deconstruction, CYRCLE. inverts specific symbols to signify an overthrow of the reigns of power. According to the artists, the aim is: "a subliminal call to action... to overthrow the powers of doubt and oppression in the mind so we, the individual, can let go of fear and take power back!"
STOLENSPACE GALLERY - 17 Osborn Street - London E1 6TD United Kingdom
“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.
Having recently celebrated 20 years since the release of the iconic album Enter the Wu-Tang 36 Chambers, this exhibition celebrates the influence Wu-Tang Clan’s music, lyrics and legacy has had on art, illustration, fashion, film-making and graffiti.
Fifty artists have come together to draw inspiration from Wu’s monumental back catalogue to create a multi-media exhibition of artworks ranging from ceramics to animation to embroidery to graffiti, showing how truly universal and influential Wu-Tang Clan are.
Featuring art from: Gina Baber, Jack Binnie, Florence Blanchard, Paul du Bois-Reymond, BRK 192, Buk Burdus, Uslan Cevet, Mark Drew, Dscreet, Lucas Dupuy, Josh Earle & Zophiel Webb, EGS, Farrell, Harry Fieber, Daniel Gentile-Hurst, Andrew Gillman, Rene Gonzalez, Freddie Goodchild, Ziggy Grudzinskas, Jane Kenny, Andrew Khosravani, Kid Acne, Kieron Lee, Benjamin Liebenhals, Chris Mackenzie-Gray, Rob Mathieson, Malarky, Karl McCaughey & Ciaran Delaney, Mellie, David Mendez Alonso, Niels Shoe Meulman, Nema, Henny Overbeek, Buddy Peace, Mr Penfold, Mr Phomer, Maria Pizzeria, Protect Ya’ Neck BHHC, Pubze, Pau Sampera, Silkey, Chris Stead, Claudine O'Sullivan, Ventsa, Joseph Ward, Wolfmask, Christian Wood and curated by Gemma White.
Private View: March 6th, 6-9pm. Refreshments courtesy of Jameson UK and Brew Dog.
Open: March 7th-14th, 11am - 6pm
Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch Street, London, E2 7DP.