July 5 – July 28, 2012
Opening: Thursday, July 5, 7-12 p.m.
1100 Queen St. West
Toronto, ON M6J 1H9
T: 416 – 588 – 2222
Hours: Tues–Sat 11–6 p.m.
Twist Gallery presents a solo exhibition of all new work by one of Canada’s most notable graffiti artist CASE.
His 20 years of urban beautification have spread his notoriety across the globe; showing overseas and throughout the United States including The Armoury in New York City; Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art in Hollywood, CA ; The Graffiti World exhibit at GO Gallery in Amsterdam; and the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto.
Merging his graffiti experiences and his studio study into a style that weaves classical and street art together, while continuing to explore the industrial medium of spray paint without traditional boundaries. CASE has also directed/animated music videos for a number of recording artists including Eminem, Neil Diamond and The Arcade Fire.
There will be drinks, standard gallery opening snacks with DJ’s Fathom and Dougie Boom spinning
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