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Last Saturday marked the opening night of the Outside Inside exhibit at the Tabla Rasa Gallery in Brooklyn, New York. It was my first time curating a show in this gallery and my concept was to showcase artists that work both in the streets and in the studio. I sought to also include a few artists that live and work in Brooklyn so as to give them an opportunity to exhibit close to him and continue to build a following and a collector base. The artists that are included in the exhibition are Aislap (Chile), Cekis (Chile/USA), Cern (USA), Jan Kalab (Czech Republic), Sofia Maldonado (Puerto Rico/USA), Queen Andrea (USA), Wane COD (USA), Ezo Wippler (USA), and myself. The exhibition runs until September 27th. Below are a few images from the opening and of some of the art.
Tabla Rasa Gallery
224 48th street
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Sofia Maldonado's work on the left and Ezo Wippler on the right.
Ezo Wippler's work on the left and Cekis on the right.
Jan Kalab's art work.
Viewing Sofia Maldonado's and Cern's art.
Aim SSB, Queen Andrea, and Lee Quiñones
Alan Ket, Queen Andrea, Sofia Maldonado, Audrey Anastasi, Cekis, and Cern.
Viewing Aislap's art.
Viewing Ket's art.
Tabla Rasa Gallery's room 2.
Tabla Rasa Gallery's room 1 with Cekis' art in the background.
Ezo, Love Warrior, 2013. 48 x 48 inches. Acrylic on canvas.
Aislap, Fercundacion, 2013. Watercolor on paper.
Queen Andrea, Confusion, 2012. 36 x 36 inches, Acrylic on canvas.
Ket, There are no accidents. 2013. 11 x 14 inches. Ink on newspaper.
This article was posted by Bates 1 day, 20 hours, 16 minutes ago.
Blade, an old school legend from New York, painting for his exhibition at our gallery. Exhibition and book signing of his new book “Blade: King of graffiti” took place the 14:th of August and 16:th of August he went up north to paint at Avalanche 2014 in Umeå!
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Bizarre Beyond Belief Issue #14
It is with great pleasure to announce the 14th issue of Bizarre Beyond Belief with a legendary line up of articles. Features include a recap of NXNE Art 2014, interviews with fine-artists Greg Gossel & Jaybo Monk, and graffiti artists OGRE, GRIS ONE, APER, Mr. WANY and SABER [MSK/AWR].
This article was posted by Chino 1 week, 16 hours, 10 minutes ago.
The house we painted in Miami last year recently served as the backdrop to a pretty awesome photo shoot. Photo by Jose Guerra, model Daphne @badasshaitian19. Check out the rest of the “American Graffiti” photos at: http://dynastyseries.com
Language of the Wall
Graffiti / Street Art
13 August - 05 October 2014
Pera Museum hosts, for the first time in Turkey, an exhibition on one of the art world’s hottest topics – Graffiti and Street Art. Work from America and Europe are exhibited, providing interesting examples examining the concept of ‘graffiti’ and ‘bringing the street to the museum’, as well as creating a platform for discussion and debate.
Hosting more than 20 artists from America, Germany, France, Japan, as well as Turkey, the exhibition, curated by Roxane Ayral, includes works by distinguished names from different generations and disciplines such as Futura, Carlos Mare, Cope 2, Turbo, Wyne, JonOne, Tilt, Mist, Psyckoze, Craig Costello (aka KR), Herakut, Logan Hicks, C215, Suiko, Evol, Gaia, Tabone, Funk and No More Lies, along with selected photographs from the archive of leading artists Martha Cooper, Henry Chalfant and Hugh Holland.
If you have Inti, Jaz and Saner visiting your city (due to the expo “Barroco Mestizo”), you can not miss the opportunity to make a video about these three well known personalities of urban art. We get to see them create in the three different spaces which represents the types of locations where all three artists usually go to work in, and this brief documentary of Inti, Jaz and Saner manages to conquer us in the same way they did in Montana Gallery Barcelona a few weeks ago. A close-up and personal, but at the same type wide view of these three titans of Latin American urban art.