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21 July :: A Cut Above Exhibit

Espionage Gallery Presents
A CUT ABOVE - INTERNATIONAL STENCIL ART EXHIBITION

Featuring
JOSHUA SMITH (Adelaide), E.L.K. (Melbourne), PISA 73 (Berlin), 23RD KEY (Melbourne), DAVID SOUKUP (Chicago), SCOTCH WILLINGTON (USA), ARTESTENCIVA (Brazil), PHIL BUNGLE (UK), IAN WALKER (UK), FLETCH (Adelaide).

A Cut Above is an exhibition showcasing some of the best stencil art talent in the world. This is an exhibition not to be missed!

OPENING NIGHT
Thursday the 21st of July 6:00pm-10:00pm

Sponsored by Bird in Hand Winery

1 July :: Parsprototo Fanzine Release

PARSPROTOTO - FANZINE
Friday, July 1 · 6:00pm - 11:00pm
FH Bielefeld Fachbereich Gestaltung
Lamingstrasse 3
Bielefeld, Germany
........................
AUSGABE 1 feat.

PEACHBEACH
HENDRIK BEIKIRCH / ECB
MWM
13.13
STEFAN WINTERLE
DXTR
44 FLAVOURS
theYOUNG
INCK
ROBERT MATZKE
LOW BROS

25 June :: Shadows and Reflections (Paris)

Shadows and reflections - Group Show

From 25 June, 2011 to 30 July, 2011
Opening 25 June, 2011 from 6pm to 9pm

Magda Danysz Gallery - 78, rue Amelot - Paris 11

The gallery Magda Danysz is pleased to welcome you on Saturday June 25th from 6.00 pm to 9.00 pm to the opening of the newest group show Shadows and reflections.

On this occasion, the gallery invites worldwide famous pioneers like Blek le Rat, Miss.Tic and Jef Aerosol as well as the young generation represented by Vhils and Kris Trappeniers or C215.

Shadows and reflections proposes a totally new point of view on stencil art by presenting the various techniques and inspirations of these artists through works on canvas, installations and even video!

Exhibition until July 30th 2011

http://www.magda-gallery.com/en/shadows-and-reflections-group-show

23 June :: Urban Artists in Action Exhibit (Berlin)

URBAN ARTISTS IN ACTION – ANOTHER VIEW ON STREET ART & GRAFFITI
Brenna - Urban Artcore

Dates 23.06.2011 - 02.07.2011
West Berlin Gallery :: http://www.westberlingallery.com/
Vernissage 23.06.2011, 6pm - 10pm

“For years now, I document street art in Berlin and other European metropolises like Paris, London, Barcelona and Madrid. What I learned is, when you are deep in that multicultural and highly creative public art scene, you want to get in touch with its protagonists, with the people behind those sometimes funny or political street artworks. You want to know faces, want to see how they work, want to feel the adrenalin...” ( Brenna 2010 )

West Berlin Gallery is pleased to present Urban Artists in Action - Another View on Street Art & Graffiti, the photography of Jan Brennenstuhl, the brain behind the blogs www.urbanartcore.eu and www.urbanart-photography.eu. For the first time, the gallery will show not the result but the fascinating process of urban art, the secret of which so many artists are at pains to conceal.

Join us at West Berlin Gallery with the artist for the opening on thursday June 23rd, 18:00.

16 June : Expressions Urbaines (Paris)

Expo Expressions Urbaines @ Mairie du 17e, Paris

Qu’est-ce que c’est sympa, Paris, pendant l’été ! Moins de touristes, Paris Plage, les festivals, les cinés en plein air et les expos qui continuent. La galerie Ligne 13 présente ainsi une exposition de pochoirs et d’art urbain à la mairie du 17e avec les oeuvres d’Artiste-Ouvrier, Jérôme Mesnager, Mosko & associés et le Cyklop, et le concours du photographe Gérard Faure. Expressions Urbaines propose de découvrir tant leur travail de rue à travers des performances, des photos, des films, que leur travail d’atelier avec un choix intéressant d’oeuvres. Une exposition didactique pour toutes générations !

Performance demain, jeudi 16 Juin, devant la mairie du 17ème arrondissement à partir de 16h30.
Vernissage demain, jeudi 16 Juin, à partir de 19h30.

Mairie du 17ème arrondissement
16, rue des Batignolles
75017 Paris

4 June: A History of Queer Street Art (SF, CA)

Saturday, June 4 · 1:00pm - 4:00pm
934 Brannan Street
San Francisco, California
In the world of street art being Queer isn’t accepted. It is ruled by a group of misogynistic, homophobic, heterosexual, males. This exhibit is intended to bring an awareness to the homophobic bullying along with show the history of queer art .
One of the first ever collected and dedicated exhibit to fighting homophobia in the subculture of graffiti and street art. It is a multi-media exhibit allowing it to reach a
larger demographic of people. A catalog, pasted construction walls, murals, and an exhibit causing the message to be heard.

5 June: Get Up Solo Exhibit (Philly)

Sunday, June 5 · 12:00pm - 6:00pm
RAW
608 s. 5th street at south st
Philadelphia, PA

Get Up's street art can been seen all over the world and now he's bringing the art indoors for an exclusive free party at RAW.

Come check out all new, philly-inspired, paintings and t-shirts.

Noon-6pm

Live painting!

Give-aways and free art!

BBQ out back!

Dear DJ playing live beats!

To see Get Up's work visit flickr.com/getupgetup or facebook.com/getupgetup or just go outside

Summers just started so come down to RAW and get fly, they got all the gear you need.

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