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Afterglow/Undertow, a culmination of 12 months of studio work and six years of street work. 

There is still time to catch the recently opened and very rare (due to a hectic international schedule for public mural artwork) Fin DAC solo show.

Afterglow/Undertow is the culmination of 12 months of studio work and six years of street work.  Since Fin DAC’s last solo show ‘Nadeshiko’ in Venice Beach, California, in 2015, Fin has crisscrossed the globe adding his artwork and building adaptations to Paris, Berlin, Milan, Tokyo, Melbourne, Sydney,  L.A, New York, Miami, as well locations less synonymous with street art such as Tahiti, New Zealand and Guadalajara.  

Photo: Noah Da Costa/Courtesy of West Contemporary Editions

“The decision to do another solo show has been a long time coming. Following my 2015 solo show, I made a conscious decision to, for the most part, disconnect my studio work and street work. That meant that the two disciplines essentially evolved separately and yet somehow in tandem with one another. This 2021 show is the coming together of all those tangents and experimentations.”

Fin DAC
Photo: Noah Da Costa/Courtesy of West Contemporary Editions

Included in the show are the artist’s first bronze and stone/gold sculptures, a 10-year anniversary homage to ‘Killer  Instinct’, as well as 26 large scale new original showpieces and a selection of one-off prints/collages and sketches. 

Photo: Noah Da Costa/Courtesy of West Contemporary Editions

Afterglow/Undertow closes this Sunday 31st  October 2021. 14 Percy St, London W1T 1DR

MORE: The new Banksy? Irish street artist is set to make £1MILLION . Daily Mail

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Photo: Noah Da Costa/Courtesy of West Contemporary Editions
Photo: Noah Da Costa/Courtesy of West Contemporary Editions

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