Rabbit Eye Movement Art Space Opening – Vienna
The Rabbit Eye Movement art space has invited 30 national and international artists with urban illustration background to come together, jam and celebrate their first event called “DRINK’N’DRAW”. All the artists, including The Weird, Jukebox Cowboys, Lords, Sobekcis & Michael Hacker have already been there a few days creating drawings together which will be shown at the opening.
The opening will also see Michael Hacker will release his first screenprint collaboration with Nychos called: “TOO MUCH METAL FOR ONE HEAD”.
For those in Vienna, the new space can be found at Gumpendorfer Straße 91. The RABBIT EYE MOVEMENT wants their new Art Space to be a platform in Vienna for local and international urban and graffiti artists. Their ambition is to give graffiti illustration the same level of recognition within the art scene as it does in cities like London, New York and Paris. Yet it will be more than a gallery; it will be a meeting point where in addition to exhibitions, all kinds of events such as concerts and art festivals will be held there.
We wish we could be there to support this opening but hope to get out their soon and check out the new space. For those of you lucky enough to be in Vienna, head down on 6th December for a night we don’t think you’ll forget in a hurry.
More shows after the drop ——>>>
Deck The Walls – Stolen Space
Stolen Space’s famous Christmas group show is back for another year, celebrating the art of Christmas cards. It will feature brand-new originals from the likes of D*Face, David Bray, Will Barras, Word to Mother and many more. The show’s original pieces will include reworked vintage designs, religious and holy depictions, and newly imagined traditional scenes on a range of different media from canvas and paper to wood and collage.
Drinks and snacks provided by The Bread Street Kitchen – opens 6th December and runs until 23rd December.
The latest venture from the 90’s hip hop night ‘Scratch’ is labeled “SCRATCH EXPO 17.” An audio/visual retrospective exhibition from 1996 and beyond. The Expo will divide the gallery venue into two spaces. On display will be new canvas works from international graffiti-inspired artists including 123Klan, Remi Rough, Robi Walters, Kid Acne, Inkie and Shok1.
The show opens on 6th December at Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch and runs until 16th December.