The second exhibition for Artcore International’s newest gallery, Crow’s Nest Gallery, features contemporary art from a diverse selection of international urban artists, many of whom have developed from writing illegal graffiti and have risen in popularity to exhibit at esteemed art establishments like Victoria & Albert Museum, Moniker Art Fair, Miami Basel Art Fair, Nuart Festival and Cans Festival organised by Banksy.
From LA to London, StolenSpace Gallery & ThinkSpace LA are joining forces to co- curate a group show in London at StolenSpace Gallery, opening Thursday 3rd September.
With a roster of over 100 incredible artists between us, this is due to be a show to remember!
For those of you who missed it…
WB Games UK teamed up with twenty of the most exciting contemporary artists and media celebrities to celebrate the launch of Batman: Arkham Knight with a new exhibition reimagining the Caped Crusader’s iconic Cape and Cowl headpiece, running at Kachette, Shoreditch, London back in June.
Using life-sized replicas of Batman’s famous costume as a blank canvas, each artist and celebrity will produce their own unique interpretation of the Dark Knight’s attire.
Featuring celebrities from the worlds of TV, film, music and fashion, such as Jonathan Ross, Noel Clarke, Eliza Doolittle and Jodie Kidd and high profile artists such as Nancy Fouts, Lauren Baker, Hayden Kays, Inkie, Pam Glew, INSA, The Connor Brothers, Zeus, Matt Small, Jon Burgerman, Case, CRASH, Cyclops, Kid Acne, Logan Hicks and Pure Evil, the exhibition will run through the launch week of Batman: Arkham Knight.
Produced and curated by Moniker Projects.
Picture: Tom Dymond/REX Shutterstock
We all know Wednesdays are horrible middle of the week, no-mans-land days, but thankfully Londoners are in luck and can find salvation this evening at Matt Small’s show, presented by Nelly Duff at Hoxton Hotel.
“Nelly Duff is proud to announce ‘The Radiant Ones’ an exhibition of paintings, etchings and sculpture with Matt Small, the BP Portrait Prize nominee and one of the most important young British painters of our time. The lovely Hoxton Hotel on Great Eastern Street will be our venue for the exhibition opening Wednesday July 3rd 6.30pm..
Small uses found objects sourced from the urban environment as the canvas on which to base portraits of overlooked and underprivileged youngsters. In this way, Small re-invigorates discarded items, and people, once set aside by mainstream society, now reborn in his highly emotionally charged artworks.”
Not to be missed!