Alley Cat Books Gallery Aug 1 - 23
Pieces by Todd Hanson and Kate Akimbo
Opening Sunday August 11th, 2 - 5 pm
Featuring "2nd International Ping Pong Tournament"
In the Galleries
Alley Cat Books Gallery Aug 1 - 23
It's been a while, hope you are well, healthy and happy.
For the last 10 months I have been working towards my solo show "Do with me, as you will" at Guerrero Gallery here in San Francisco, which is set to open August 10th, the opening will be that evening from 7-10. Please consider this an invite to come by, see what I have been doing.
I really hope to see you there, and pardon in advance if I send a reminder email.
Adam (5100) Feibelman
Music, art, tacos, booze, Shepherd Fairey (DJing as DJ Diabetic), and a stencil campaign.....
Friend Slash Lover has a show opening up this weekend in LA, and some music being relased.
The opening night party features special guest DJ Diabetic (Shepard Fairey, Obey Giant) and quirky, blippy, underground duo SSI! (John Goff from SSI remixed every song on Friend Slash Lover’s first EP.)
Fine art, prints, mirrors, stickers, t-shirts, tacos, booze, music.
Free and all ages!
At the world famous NOMAD ART COMPOUND
June 29th, 2013 at 7:00pm – 12:00am
1993 Blake Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90039
Vertical Gallery is pleased to present ˈsten(t)-səl : Stencil Art Group Show July 6 - 27, 2013. This exhibition represents 13 artists using stencils in their own very distinct ways; the result pushes the boundaries between traditional, street and contemporary painting.
John Fekner (New York, NY), Jef Aérosol (Lille, FR), XOOOOX (Berlin, DE) , Zeus (London, GB), David Soukup (Chicago, IL), FAKE (Amsterdam, NL), Jeremy Novy (San Francisco, CA), Left Handed Wave (Chicago, IL), Rene Gagnon (Fall River, MA), F63 (Vancouver, BC), Epyon5 (Chicago, IL), That Stencil Guy (Lexington, KY) and AIKO (New York, NY).
Join us for the opening reception on Saturday, July 6, 2013, from 6:00 – 10:00pm. ˈsten(t)-səl will be open to the public through July 27.
Artists in exhibition
Alice Pasquini / I
Amose / F
Case / D
Chris Stain / USA
Gris1 / F
Michael Grudziecki / PL
Orticanoodles / I
Robert Proch / PL
Wolfgang Krell / D
The Colab Gallery presents the fifth edition of Public Provocations. It combines various styles, disciplines and techniques of Urban Art. Nine artists from all over the world will be providing insight into their creative work. Every single artist is unique, and the exhibition will be as extraordinary as each exceptional piece of work is. Public Provocations – a cross section of current works of the urban art scene.
The Art Dept.'s new show Future Primitive features the work of Philadelphia based artist Joe Boruchow. The show will open Friday June 7th and will be up through August. Come and join us first Friday to open the show with a bang!
6:00pm until 9:00pm
The Art Dept.
1638 E. Berks Street, Phila., PA
Metamorphosis is an exploration into the archetype's of the human psyche. As humans, we create the archetypes that exist amongst us as individuals, and as a part of a couple, a family, a tribe or a nation.
Here HAHA investigates these archetypes by means of stencil: fusing portraits of people together to find a link or connection between couples, or by fusing man with machine and beast.
The viewer is presented and faced with questions about the archetype within relationships, transhumanism & the beast man.
HAHA (Regan Tamanui) is one of Australia's most notorious and prolific stencil artists. He called the Blender Studios home for many years before extending his art practice with an extended, overseas trip.
Now he is back, and is having his first solo show since returning to Melbourne at Blender Studios' gallery Dark Horse Experiment.
Please join us for the opening of this exciting show.
• Location: Dark Horse Experiment, 110 Franklin Street Melbourne
• Exhibition Dates: Saturday May 11th to Saturday June 1st, 2013.
• Opening Date: Friday 10th May, 6:00pm - 9:00pm.
• Opening Hours: Wed to Sat 12–6pm
" décalages "
du 17 avril au 15 juin 2013
vernissage : mardi 16 avril, 8h30/21h -
→ performance de l'artiste à 19h30 ←
29, avenue Matignon - 75008 Paris
01 42 65 04 63
The ongoing economic crisis and the rise of all kinds of populism in Europe demonstrate a dangerous backlash in 21st century history; meanwhile extreme industrialization, mass production & over consumption has led global warming to break all records. Quarrels over diminishing but vital natural resources and shrinking living space may well be the cause of future conflicts. However fucked up the situation our world is facing right now, there is still hope. To keep faith, we need to remember people’s abilities to protest and to resist. Protest is when I say this does not please me. Resistance is when I ensure what does not please me occurs no more. From the Arab Spring to the Occupy movement, the eastern and western worlds have both lately shown the capability to fight against establishment. Protest always starts in the streets, and so often does art. The street is a mixture of languages and a hotchpotch of voices, where the pictograms of road signs and the surreal messages written by street artists live side by side, and where the simple commercial communication runs up against the political. To the careful observer the street makes visible the underlying noise of our society.
By acknowledging the social and political unrest of our time, OPEN WALLS Gallery cordially invites you as we debut Dissidents, a group show. A dissident, broadly defined, is a person who actively challenges an established doctrine, policy, or institution. Using the urban landscape as a playground, seeking truth and raising awareness, the artists that we have chosen for this show strive for non-conformity and create work representative of both political and social opposition, making them pioneers of dissident activity.
Join us on Friday April 12th in Stattbad Berlin as we contribute to the social strife of 2013 with works by:
BR1, JUST, ALIAS, EMESS, VERMIBUS, GIACOMO SPAZIO & NEGATIVE VIBES