26 Jun 2019 – 1 Jul 2019
In its 10th incarnation, Shangri-La returns to Worthy Farm with the next chapter – JUNKSTAPOSITION
Corey Helford Gallery
May 18th – Jun 22nd
Los Angeles, 571 S Anderson
On Saturday, May 18, downtown Los Angeles’ Corey Helford Gallery will proudly unveil their next group show, entitled Where Do We Go From Here?, showcasing artists from the street and urban genre whose work explores and examines today’s world and self, as it relates to identity, politics, and the human condition.
On display in Gallery 3 will be new works by British metal artist Dan Rawlings, Brooklyn-based Iranian brothers, ICY and SOT, female tattoo artist Jackie Dunn Smith, multidisciplinary artist Joe Iurato, New York-based public space artist Jordan Seiler, British artist and pioneer of aerosol X-ray art, SHOK-1, and Australian-based artist Stormie Mills.
UrbanArt Biennale® 2019
Rathausstraße 75 -79
Every two years the “UrbanArt Biennale®” of the World Cultural Heritage Völklinger Hütte shows the latest developments and positions of the international UrbanArt. It is the largest UrbanArt project in the world. So far, more than 400,000 people have seen the biennials since 2011, and nearly 300 hip UrbanArt artists have exhibited their works in the Völklinger Hütte, including Banksy, Shepard Fairey and Futura. The 5th UrbanArt Biennale® 2019 Unlimited shows 100 artists | 120 works | 20 countries | 4 continents on a course of 100,000 m2 and a current overview of the UrbanArt scene in the world.
URBAN ART FAIR | PARIS 2019
LE CARREAU DU TEMPLE
4, Rue Eugene Spuller
75003 Paris, France
I’ll be at the Urban artfair in Paris with Galerie Openspace
November/December 2018 – The Hackney Creative Social Club
Intervention, an exhibition of over 30 contemporary artists (including works by Aida Wilde, Paul Insect, Darren Cullen, Helen Bur and Edwin) opens on Friday 30th November 2018 in the gallery at East London’s new artist-hub and studio workspace: The Hackney Creative Social Club.
For the artist provocateurs featured in Intervention, the city is a stage and their audience are unwitting participants. Each exhibited work is in itself a game of call and answer: a charged signal sent out, yielding a visceral response from the viewer.
Dioramas of micro-citizens stopped in their tracks by splats of bird excrement sit alongside unsolicited public fountains, disruptive bus stop signs, fake recruitment campaigns, illegal golf ball traffic controls, pirate projections and a slew of subversive street art messaging. Pure Evil repurposes street signs, Carrie Reichardt covers houses with mosaics depicting Mexican-style Day of the Dead skulls and Dan Rawlings cuts elaborate silhouettes from street signs in this provocatively playful collection.
Using multiple mixed media to startling, disquieting and amusing effect, Intervention riffs on the very fabric of the inner-city, injecting a healthy edge of rebellion into the everyday and transforming commonplace architecture and items of urban infrastructure into zones of challenging artistic exploration.
Opened in December 2018, The Hackney Creative Social Club features a gallery, restaurant, photo lab and 10 art studios available to rent at reasonable rates. Breaking the mould of the ubiquitous “creative work hubs” rampantly propagating across the city, this members club was spawned as a space with soul and is set to become central to the support and survival of London’s artistic underbelly.
About the curators:
Founded in 2016 by Ema Marinova, 1963 Gallery, London, represents a number of urban artists, utilising permanent and temporary exhibition spaces to spread art’s transformative potential.
2018 saw the launch of Simon Vaughan’s Creative Giants, a Brighton based creative production company specialising in immersive, large-scale interactive art installations at festivals and in exhibition spaces.
Please RSVP here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/intervention-tickets-52367243836
Private View invitations/press enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org 07808 659141
Moniker Art Fair Installation
4 – 7 October 2018. London, UK.
Moniker returns to Shoreditch, London for its 10th edition this October, bringing its acclaimed high-concept, fully-curated reimagining of the traditional fair to collectors and lovers of urban contemporary art.
Much anticipated Opening Reception of Moniker Art Fair 2018
Thursday 4th October: 5pm-10pm
Friday 5 October | 12pm-10pm
Saturday 6 October | 11am-9pm
Sunday 7 October | 11am-6pm
Affordable Arts Fair Battersea
18 – 21 OCTOBER 2018
Battersea Park, Queenstown Road, London SW11 4NJ
Join us at our Autumn 2018 edition to discover a diverse and inspiring collection of original and contemporary paintings, editioned prints, photography and sculptures by household names and established artists
‘Fragments’ Solo Show
Friday 6th July – Saturday 28th July 2018
17 Christmas Steps, Bristol, BS1 5BS, England ~ Telephone: +44 (0)117 329 2522
Opening times: 11am – 6pm, Tuesday to Saturday (closed Sun & Mon)