Spanish fine artist Pejac comes to London this July with first-ever major global show. The Barcelona-based fine artist will be hosting his first ever major exhibition at the Londonewcastle Project Space, London from 22nd to 31st July 2016.
CLET (Brittany, 1966) is an Italian artist with Breton origins working in the urban context with installations over buildings and (always removable) modifications to road signs.
The artist’s main purpose is to actively claw back public spaces.
This is a self-published print release with the aim of creating a new series of work produced at affordable prices for everyone. The concept of this piece is based on people watching and some of the characters racing around London engrossed in their own lives and agendas.
Copyright – One Red Rose Forever – Lawrence Alkin Gallery – Soho – 14th February to 8th March
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Alex Lehours is a hugely talented, massively prolific artist, designer and illustrator. Originally born in the UK, he emigrated to Australia at a young age, where he promptly got amongst it.
Lehours is pretty French-sounding, what’s your family background?
Lehours is a French name. My dad is French and my mum is English. Both my brother and I were born in England (Maidenhead, 40 mins outside of London) and we moved to Australia when I was 4. A bizzare mix dont you think??
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Australian stencil artist E.L.K has made it into the runnings for one of the countries most prestigious awards, the Archibald portrait prize.
E.L.K., aka Luke Cornish, has made the news with the first ever stencil art to be entered into the awards and is hotly tipped to be a finalist, watch this space…