This week is a busy one for killer art shows. Here are our top picks.
Tizer – Pure Evil Gallery
A new body of work from infamous graffiti legend Tizer will grace the walls of Pure Evil Gallery tomorrow night and run until 30th March. Not to be missed!
Sweet Art – The Crypt Gallery
Crypt Gallery are teaming up with wearesweetart.com to bring us a group show in aid of International Womens Day and to raise money for female survivors of domestic violence. With over 30 female artists exhibiting, what better cause to put your money towards in exchange for some art. Expect amazing art, from paintings to films, performances and installations, plus drinks from Asahi and Black Cow. They will also be raising funds on the opening night for the charity WISE DOLLS who support female survivors of domestic violence through art therapies.
Private View – 8th March 6-9
Exhibition continues 9-14 March
THE CRYPT GALLERY, LONDON, NW1 2BA
MORE AFTER THE DROP
SOBEKCIS – Rabbit Eye Movement, Vienna
Rabbit Eye Movement presents the first solo show of the Serbian Graffiti Duo SOBEKCIS.
The Serbian graffiti duo made their first footsteps into the graffiti scene in the year 2005. Being inspired from several artists and urban and graffiti illustrations they developed their personal style which is significant for various shapes and multicoloured designs and the signature of psychedelic aesthetic. Beside being well known in Vienna’s art scene they are also part of the international graffiti crew “Heavy Artillery”.
Private view – 7th March 7-10
Rabbit Eye Movement, Vienna
Ben Slow – Exposure Gallery
‘New Endings’ is the debut show from Ben Slow and marks a fresh take on his classic style, mixing more traditional materials with spray paint. Ben says “The idea with this show was to collate a body of work that expresses where I am right now as a painter. I feel that with my previous work I have taken it as far I wanted. It’s a step away from the safety of what I know and into something new and exciting. It’s important for me to experiment and to be uncomfortable, to question things and go seeking answers. It’s been a challenge collating a body of work that I am proud to showcase for the first time. There has been a lot of trial and error, plenty of mistakes made but that’s a good thing, it’s healthy to fuck a painting up every now and then.”
Private View – 7th March
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Exhibition continues 8-29 March
Exposure Gallery, Mayfair, London