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Tony’s Gallery Presents: Bortusk Leer “Bortusk Took a Trip” (London, UK)

BORTUSK LEER “Bortusk took a trip” 6th May – 5th June opening May 5th 6-9pm Tony’s gallery is delighted to present ‘Bortusk took a trip’, the first solo show by UK artist Bortusk Leer. Since bursting onto the art scene in 2007, Bortusk’s naively spray-painted and marker penned monsters have become a common sight on […]

London West Bank Gallery Presents: “Urban Invasion” A Group Show (London, UK)

LWB London West Bank (LWB) is a brand new gallery opening in London on Thursday 28th. It’s a great space so please come down and support the team involved in converting the old bank on the corner of Westbourne Grove, Chepstow Road and Pembridge Villas, W11. To get an invite RSVP to As […]

Holdup Art Gallery Presents: “Hi-Graff” (Los Angeles, CA)

Hi-Graff “Hi-Graff” is an installation-based street art exhibition that explores the concept of Graffiti as a contemporary art movement…  The exhibition, which opens on May 7th 7-11pm, showcases graffiti in its most original form –collaborative murals applied directly to walls.  Though LA has seen hundreds of street art exhibitions in the past 5 years, there […]

Street Artist Purth Takes “The Deleras” Cross Country

This kind of internal migration is not unusual for a painter in search of something however the actual physical distance run, with it’s long spaces of time and travel in between, is. It’s also something that Street Artists around the globe are setting a new standard for by completing installations in towns and cities around the globe much like a campaign. In her dog-eared travelogue, Purth carries ruddy hued people from her fluid imagination and raises them amidst abandoned rubble; high enough to be seen from a distance.

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