In today’s post I’ll be sharing with you photos from my street art archive as part of my series ‘Same Wall, Different Street Artist’. We’re off to Hanbury Street on the crossing with Brick Lane, which is a famous east London spot for some of the world’s best street art.
With a slight delay I bring to you my Arts & Culture overview for the months July-September. I started writing these quarterly overviews after being voted as one of the UK top Arts & Culture blogs in 2015. In this part you find Art and Books reviews and recommendations.
StolenSpace Gallery in London and Thinkspace Gallery in LA have teamed up and co-curated a group show in London: LAX/LHR.
Here’s a photo report of this vast and entertaining exhibition which is spread between the two gallery spaces. You can go see the artworks in real life till 4 October 2015 at StolenSpace Gallery in London.
My street art explorations mostly focus on the streets of Shoreditch, the epicentre of the London street art scene. I noticed from photos on social media that Camden has been emerging as a new popular destination for street artists. Under the guidance of Camden Street Art Tour I recently ventured off to north London to see what great works this area has to offer.
Just a few weeks after the closing of the epic show by artist Phlegm (The Bestiary), Howard Griffin Gallery in Shoreditch, London, has transformed in a gritty and raw space that in a way reflects the original work environment for Thierry Noir, whose works are shown at the gallery now. Thierry Noir: A Retrospective is his first ever solo show in his …
International Women’s Day is celebrated every year on the 8th of March. This day not only celebrates the global social, political and economic achievements by women, but is also meant to create awareness for the struggles of women worldwide and the fact that we still not live in a world with true gender equality. For …