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Robert Proch is opening “545 Days” solo show in Paris

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Robert Proch is returning to Paris with another solo exhibition showing for one week only @ Openspace gallery. From May 23rd Polish artist will be showing “545 Days”, his second solo show with the gallery.
After the success of “Turn the Corner” almost 2 years ago, Proch is back with his probably most important show to date. On a personal level the exhibition marks the period between the birth of his first child and the opening of the show (545 days). Career wise, this large exhibition will include forty works on canvas and paper, that will be displayed in 600 m2 space of the Bastille Design Center. With this body of work the artist is continuing his works that are balancing halfway between abstraction and figuration, using warmer colors and harmonious compositions showing personal moments from his new family life. His seemingly unfinished visual language that is based on deconstruction and defragmentation, is pushing the observer to create his own story and complete the image with his own vision. Along with the show, the gallery will be releasing a limited edition lithograph that the artist recently produced with Print Them All studio.

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Jednakowo/Różni – Polish Urban Artist Group Show @ The Outsiders

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The Outsiders gallery in Newcastle recently opened a group show following the global recognition and success of young Polish artists and muralists. Lead by the Etam Cru’s Sainer and Bezt, Polish street art scene bloomed in the recent years, bringing us couple of big events as well as recognizable new styles and names. Jednakowo/Różni (Equally/Various or Same/Different) is featuring original works by Robert Proch, Chazme, Sepe, Nawer, Pener, M-City and Otecki.

Mostly presenting abstract works, the exhibition is showcasing the best new contemporary urban talent from the country. From Robert Proch, Sepe, or Otecki’s more figurative works that are bordering with abstraction, Chazme’s architecture influenced creations, Pener and Nawer’s futuristic dynamic, geo based, bright colored abstract paintings, all the way to M-City’s bold stencils. With most of the artists coming from a graffiti background, having some impressive, often collaborative murals behind them, the step into gallery works was a logical and natural way of progressing. What is pretty impressive is the ease that these young talents transferred their work on a new medium, and the quality of the works created for this show.

The show opened on 31st of October 2014 and will stay on view until 29th of November 2014 @ The Outsiders in Newcastle. (Photos by Pener)

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Robert Proch // Chazme // Sepe // Nawer // M-city // Pener // Otecki

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