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Openings: ‘The Many Faces of David Bowie’ @ Opera Gallery (London)

Opera Gallery London is pleased to present a collection of David Bowie-inspired art, in parallel to the Victoria and Albert Museum milestone retrospective David Bowie Is. The group exhibition The Many Faces of David Bowie is featuring a contemporary vision of ‘Bowie Mania’ with one-off masterpieces including tributes from some of today’s leading contemporary and street artists. David Bowie has endorsed the exhibition on both his official Facebook page and official website. The participating artists are: Lita Cabellut, David Mach, Joe Black, C215, The London Police, Mac1, Jimmy C, Kid Zoom, Mr. Brainwash, Kan (Da Mental […]
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Rewind: April 30 – May 6

We start this week’s summary of videos with a timelapse from Colin M. Day of German duo Herakut in action. Watch as Jasmin & Falk aka Hera & Akut get their paint on for a piece in their Loving the Exiled showing in San Francisco (covered). Other worthy videos include: Christie’s is auctioning Yves Klein’s legendary Fire-Color Painting FC 1. A closer look at Tim Biskup’s part of the Emoticon Project. A chance to win a Thomas Campbell flower courtesy of HUCK Magazine. Talking to […]

Seventh Letter Crew for MBW Building Project

Last weekend, Mr. Brainwash invited the Seventh Letter Crew over in order to kick off his largest Los Angeles exhibition to date. Beginning on October 9th, the building that sits near the La Brea and Santa Monica will open it’s doors to artists around the globe and will offer over 80,000 square feet of blank walls and concrete. The long talked about project had been circling around for months without any sense of progress but clearly things are now moving forward. The staircase that sits […]

Streets: Trustocorp vs. Mr. Brainwash

It looks like Trustocorp (who recently held his first exhibition) takes exception to the fact that Mr. Brainwash had spread his imagery onto the streets of New York. He’s “stamped” MBW pieces with his logo and the words “Locals only, No Fakes, No Phonies”. Although, in general, this is a poor form to go over somebody else’s work on the streets (Exhibit A), we wonder what everyone’s reaction is in the special case of one Mr. Brainwash. More pics after the jump…

Openings: Ron English – “Nimbus Vapor” @ Opera Gallery

Ron English has been a busy man since his show at Elm’s Lester (studio visit and opening). Last month, he “tagged” the skyline of NYC with clouds (here) in preparation for his curated show “Nimbus Vapor” at Opera Gallery (previewed). Last week AM attended the opening of Ron’s curated take on the most important street artists of our time consisting of a hall of fame lineup consisting of names such as Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Banksy, Blek Le Rat, Daze, Crash, Shepard Fairey (featured), Faile, Futura, Logan […]

Openings: XXI @ Urban Angel

Urban Angel in London currently has a wicked group show entitled “XXI” on view through February 27th. The exhibition features both new and secondary market pieces from over 21 street artists including: Aiko, Anthony Lister, Antony Micallef, Banksy, Bast, Blek Le Rat, DFace, Faile, Herakut, Hush, Judith Supine, Mr. Brainwash, Nick Walker, Sixeart, Swoon, and Titifreak. The show presents a unique opportunity to check out a large number of really strong street art pieces under one roof. See the rest of the photos from the […]

Preview: Cut Copy @ T&P Fine Arts

T & P Fine Arts is opening their new stencil themed show “Cut Copy” on February 6th, this Friday. The show will include artists 2 Cent, Ame72, Adam 5100, Bandit, Ben Slow, Buildmore, DiRQuo, Dogbyte, Daan, Eelus, Jef Aerosol, JRF, Kenji Nakayama, L.E.T. , Mimi The Clown, Mr. Brainwash, Neverwork, Nick Gentry, Papermonster, Pure Evil, Rene Gagnon, Skullphone, Soule. Check out some preview pics after the jump.

Recap: Bonhams Contemporary Urban Art Panel

Last night, AM had the opportunity to attend a very special event held by Bonhams LA. A unique panel of speakers from different corners of the Urban art genre gathered to discuss the state of the Urban art market and the economics/dynamics of today’s art marketplace. This was a lively discussion moderated by Seth Carmichael of the Carmichael Gallery. Artists such as US based Shepard Fairey  and UK based Charming Baker mingled with Art Critic: Shana Dambrot, Film maker: Jon Reiss, and Cataloger @ Bonhams: […]