In the Galleries
Exhibition of New Paper Cutouts
Come and see the originals!
Nov 10 - Dec 7
The Bean Cafe
615 South Street, Philly
Opening Reception Wed Nov 10, 8-11pm
Posters and libations!
T-shirts, Sweatshirts, Totes and Books!
The Last VK ever!
Vinyl Killers 8 opens on October 28th in Portland, Oregon at The Goodfoot. The Goodfoot is located at 2845 SE Stark St. and is open daily from 4 PM to 2:30 AM. The show will be up until Nov 30th.
There will also be vinyl only selections from dj's monkeytek, ryan organ and samizdat during the opening
The often imitated, never duplicated, OG vinyl art show, Vinyl Killers returns this October for another round of rescuing long forgotten records from the world’s landfills. This year there have been at least 6 other vinyl shows in North America alone and interest in the artform is at an all time high. After seven annual shows and several touring exhibits Vinyl Killers remains committed to staying open call, independent, D-I-Y, and free of corporate sponsorship.
Since it’s inception in 2003 Vinyl Killers has showcased well over 1000 records painted by artists from around the world. A quick glance at the VK website shows both the genres global influence and the absolutely amazing things that are being done with paint and old records. Media recognition for this innovative show includes The Art Of Rebellion 2 and Stencil Nation, and features in numerous international street art magazines and blogs. In 2005 Klutch, the founder and curator of VK, had the room that he decorated with painted records for San Francisco's Hotel Des Arts featured in Time magazine.
Unfortunately this will be the last Vinyl Killers.
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Exhibition November, 12 to December, 25, 2010 at Galerie Itinerrance
Opening on Friday, November, 12 from 6 pm
The street art and stencil art gallery.
7bis, rue René Goscinny - 75013 Paris
Monday, October 18 at 7:00am - November 7 at 4:30am
3 Bags Full Cafe
Corner of Nicholson and Mollison Streets, Abbotsford.
Coinciding with Sweet Streets- Street art Festival, I am having a shofé (show at a cafe) at 3 bags full... Abbotsford 3rd wave joints.. so go get hopped up on caffeine and then make art purchase decisions.
Circleculture will be displaying it‘s roster of artists in a traditional art fair format, including Jaybo Monk, Anton Unai, Marco Grassi & XOOOOX. Additionally the gallery will exhibit new installative works and paintings by Icelandic artist Katrin Fridriks in one of the six Moniker project spaces.
Moniker expertly brings together a select roster from some of the world’s leading artists and galleries, combining forces to showcase their progressive and challenging work in the global urban art scene. Moniker is designed to spotlight this movement within the ever-growing London modern art market and its prominence within current
international artistic trends in an innovative setting for art fans, collectors and critics alike.
Circleculture will be displaying it‘ s roster of artists in a traditional art fair format. Additionally the gallery will exhibit new installative works and paintings by Icelandic artist Katrin Fridriks in one of the six Moniker project spaces.
We are looking forward to welcome you in London!
Johann von Haehling & the Circleculture team
Private / Press View 5 pm – 7 pm
Open to the Public 7 pm – 9 pm
Open to the Public 11 am – 5 pm
Open to the Public 11 am – 7 pm
Open to the Public 11 am – 5 pm
Carmichael Gallery Presents
The first solo exhibition of work by
at Beyond Eden
A multi-gallery event celebrating the new contemporary art scene in Los Angeles
October 9 - 10 2010
Saturday, October 9 2010
6 - 11 PM
Admission is Free / Open to the Public
LA Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall Park
4800 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90027
Seront également présentés 3 tirages de la photographe Arièle Schweps
Lors du vernissage, Jef Aérosol signera "Risque de Rêves", le petit livre consacré à son travail, dans la collection "Opus Délits" ( Critères éditions), dont ce sera la sortie officielle avant mise en librairie : http://www.opusdelits.com/lire/article_details.php?id=130
Welcome to Sweet Streets 2010, proudly presented by Melbourne Stencil Festival in conjunction with the City of Yarra & 3RRR. Our festival celebrates & embraces the diversity of street art. Discover why Melbourne has a global reputation for these art forms through our extensive list of events, and happenings which will take you on an unforgettable journey that you will want to share with all of
your friends. Our sponsor partners & wonderful team of dedicated volunteers, artists & supporters are proud to present a dynamic and diverse 16 day festival (8 – 24 October 2010) which showcases the very best of contemporary urban and street art culture.
Enjoy! Phil Hall (MSF President, Sweet Streets Festival Director).
Stencil classes offered at the festival, including HaHa and Josh Cleary: http://www.sweetstreets.net/category/education/