Prowling the rooftops of East London like a ketamin addled King Kong, Mighty Mo haspr oduced some of the most memorablestreet actions of recent times using nothing more than a roller pole.
is based in Berlin where his knack with a witty phrase and cocksure approach has propelled him beyond the usual reaches of a graffiti artist. He is currently ‘working’ in Las Vegas.
BSMT in collaboration with OLLY STUDIO to bring the delicate, layered style of Dutch collage Street Artist Perishable Rush to BSMT for an introductory show.
The Art of Protest Gallery is bringing Scarborough duo STATIC back to the North for their first solo exhibition in their home county. This follows exhibitions in Asia, the U.S and most recently in London.
Thrashbird embarked on a painting expedition searching for an opportunity to let his ‘imagination run free.‘ amidst the grounds of an abandoned concrete plant, Thrashbird found ‘a maze of giant broken concrete monoliths’ which became the site for his project: ‘Thrashbird’s valley of secret values.’
Cult American artist, Kenny Scharf, the grandfather of Street Art, who alongside friends Haring and Basquiat founded the street art movement in 1980s New York with his surreal pop art murals, is to have his first UK exhibition for ten years in London.