In the Galleries

A Stencil Breakfast on Divis

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Table for two, surrounded by Misstencil art, at the Bean Bag Cafe

The wait was too long at Eddie's just down Divisadero St. a few Saturdays ago,…

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Stefan Winterle says goodbye to Colab Gallery

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Stefan Winterle

After 14 successful years: Stefan Winterle says goodbye to Colab Gallery   

Stefan Winterle (his Stencil Archive, and his website) says goodbye after 14 years as curator of the Colab Gallery in Weil am Rhein. During this time he curated 25 exhibitions with over 250 artists from Europe, the USA and Latin America.  

Nach 14 erfolgreichen Jahren:
Stefan Winterle verabschiedet sich von der Colab Gallery

Stefan Winterle verabschiedet sich nach 14 Jahren als Kurator der Colab Gallery in Weil am Rhein. Während dieser Zeit…

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2 OCT: Martha Cooper: Taking Pictures (Berlin)

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presents a six-decade retrospective of Martha Cooper's photographs.


October 2nd 2020 – August 1st 2021
Curated by Steven P. Harrington and Jaime Rojo

Combining photographs and personal artifacts, MARTHA COOPER: TAKING PICTURES traces her life from her first camera in nursery school in 1946 to her reputation today as a world-renowned photographer.

This retrospective is the first documentary exhibition to be presented at the URBAN NATION Museum and it ushers in a new era for the museum under its new director Mr. Jan Sauerwald.


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2 July - French Legends in Stencil Power Exposition

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Artiste-Ouvrier – Guy Denning – Miss Tic – Monkeybird – Nick Walker – Speedy Graphito
Exposition : 02/07/2020 – 29/08/2020
Vernissage : 04/07/2020 à partir de 14h

Galerie Brugier-Rigail Paris (LINK)

« Image, ma seule, mon unique passion. » Charles Baudelaire
Une passion unique loin de l’être, en vérité, partagée qu’elle est par nombre d’artistes à travers le temps et l’espace. Les pochoiristes représentent une catégorie d’artistes dont l’appréhension de l’image, particulièrement…

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22 June: fnnch's Solstice (SF, CA)

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fnnch is excited to announce his first show in over a year, Solstice. It will be on Jun 22nd from 6pm - 10pm at 302 Folsom St in downtown San Francisco. Get your tickets here.

In this show fnnch will release new hand-painted multiples: spray paint on plywood or canvas from limited editions. There will be new honey bears, lips and cans of LaCroix.

Register to receive a free, limited-edition sticker (and give him some idea of how many drinks to buy).

Purchase a ticket to also receive a limited edition print.

While fnnch will be revealing new art for the show, that's not really the point. The point is to get together and have a good time. I'll have a taco truck (El Tonayense) out front and libations (wine, beer and LaCroix)…

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2 JUN: Mando Marie - One Trick (SF, CA)

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MANDO MARIE (Her Stencil Archive)

Opening Reception - Saturday, June 2nd at 12pm
Showing Through - Friday, June 22nd

First Amendment Gallery is pleased to announce “One Trick” a solo exhibition by Mando Marie.  Amanda Marie also known by her artist moniker 'Mando Marie' born 1981, is an American painter formerly based in Colorado, and currently based in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Mando  exhibits in both the United States and Europe. She trained at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and is best known for her work as a stencilist, including large scale street art designs.

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26 JAN: In Memory of Michael Roman (SF, CA)

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Stenciled Visions of Love, Peace and Chaos
at the Mission Cultural Center
his Stencil Archive photo set

In remembrance of our artist friend, we invite you to come and celebrate Michael Roman’s creative works. Michael was a long time artist-in-resident and supporter of the Mission Cultural Center. His signature works left a lasting legacy for the Bay Area Community and beyond. We honor his artistic contributions by showcasing some of his works. This exhibition will feature works from personal collections.

JANUARY 26, 2018 | $5 Admission | Inti-Raymi
Exhibit Dates:
JAN 26th - FEB 17th, 2018 | $2 Admission |…

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In Layers Stencil Art Exhibit (Video)

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18 Nov: CUT OUT Stencil Group Show (Hamburg)

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Opening «CUT OUT» Stencil Group Show
Facebook Link

Adey (FR) • Alias (DE) • Balu (ES) • Czarnobyl (PL) • eins92 (DE) • Eliot (DE) • Erre (ES) • European Bob (UK) • Jana & Js (FR) • Jaune (BE) • L.E.T. (DE) • M-one (UK) • Mittenimwald (DE) • Monkey Bird (FR) • Pahnl (UK) • Snub23 (UK) • Tona (DE) • XooooX (DE)

VERNISSAGE – Samstag, 18. November, 19 bis 00:00 Uhr
FINISSAGE – Freitag, 8. Dezember, 19 Uhr bis 23:00 Uhr

Ausstellung: 18. November – 8. Dezember 2017

Breite Straße 56
22767 Hamburg

Mittwoch und Donnerstag 15-18 Uhr
Sowie nach…

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Coming Soon: Shepard Fairey's New LA Show and Hulu Doc

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After ‘Hope,’ and Lawsuit, Shepard Fairey Tries Damage Control

LOS ANGELES — By just about any measure, it’s been a long time since the street artist Shepard Fairey managed to capture the optimism of Barack Obama’s candidacy in his “Hope” poster, the stylized portrait in red, white and blue tones that easily ranks as the most famous, also ubiquitous, artwork of 2008.

Mr. Fairey’s oldest daughter, then 2 years old, is now almost a teenager. The “Hope” image became the subject of a copyright infringement lawsuit by The Associated Press that was both expensive and embarrassing for the artist. Mr. Fairey, who is 47, has since gone on to create art for activist movements like Occupy Wall Street, Black Lives Matter and the Women’s March.

And now “Damaged” — his biggest gallery show yet, with about 200 new paintings…

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