Art Heist Art Exhibition

Last week was an exciting week for us here at EndoftheLine. We saw the arrival of Art Heist: the inaugural show from long time pals Bablu Miah and Sara Farrell.

We’ve known Bablu for a few years now, and you probably know him too. He’s that pocket-sized brown fellow that places himself at every art exhibition, festival, paint happening and anything and everything else street art. And if you haven’t seen him on the street, then you’ve more than likely spotted him on the Twitter stream sharing and supporting the industry through social media. Or that’s because he’s hiding behind his camera. But Bablu has been our wonderful go-to fan that has been spreading the word on what we do for a good 3 years. This one-man support wagon never asks for anything in return and helps artists and small companies like ours of his own back and on his own time, and has proven to be incredibly valuable to us all. So a small personal note but a BIG thanks for everything you have done over the years Babs.

Sara is the girl that needs no introduction, a great personality who has supported artists in the same way. You may know her from last years Sclater Street Stalls, where she brought key artists from the area to paint live and provided a platform for them to sell work. It’s hard to find heads in the industry as genuine as these two.

So when we heard they were doing their own exhibition with a few of the artists they have helped prop up, we, like everyone else in town, headed on over to show our support in the small ways that we can: Take silly photos. Needless to say, EVERYONE was there, and the walls of Circle London tattoo parlour were bursting. So regrettably not as many photos as we’d hoped, as most time was spent saying hello to everyone we’d ever met but also waiting for the poor single bartender to get through the queue. But alas, we got a couple and of course that all important money shot of both organisers.

The show will run until 15th November, and we do sincerely suggest that you get down there to check out this incredible selection of work from some of the industries best!

See more information on the exhibition here.

See here for info on Babs, See here for more info on Sara.

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#TRIBE15 The Exhibition have pulled together an incredible mix of artists for this years #TRIBE15 exhibition.

The exhibition explores ‘The Current Meaning of Belonging’ and will showcase the many artists that responded to their artist call back in June.

Among the many are Eotl’s Jim Vision, Daniel Dalepo, Edu Luna, Hermann Orchuna, Mathias Vef & mnay many more. In true Chrome-Art style, this exhibition has opened it’s doors to the freshest of talent and providing them with a 12,000 sq ft platform just outside of London Bridge in order to showcase their work.

The exhibition will feature almost 100 multi-national artists from a multi-specialist background including dance, music, performance and paint.

‘Artists will be inviting visitors to take part in a variety of activities and seeking lively interaction with the local residents. Opening up new encounters, establishing a sense of community that goes beyond geographical limitations, #TRIBE15 becomes a playground for artists across genre where the multi-layered relationship between space and identity will be constantly tested.’

Jim will be presenting a number of canvasses for the exhibition that will be part of the 47-49 Tanner street for the short 3 day period that the show will be running for, so do make sure you get down in time to see his new pieces and get involved in this very exciting exhibition.

See the full details and press release here.

Watch the teaser video here:

Play in LA

If you read up on our trip in LA so far you’ll be well up to date on the work that went down over the 2 weeks we were there…painty painty yada yada….but we did more! Yes yes! Whilst we were over in the sunshine state we took in seeing some of LA’s finest galleries to see what they had to offer such as the collaborative show from Risk & Nathan Ota at the Corey Helford Gallery (wow!) the ‘Everyone Get’s What They Deserve’ exhibition at the Stone Malone space and the delightful 3D work from Alex Yones at the Think Space Gallery. But would any gallery match the work that was scattered around the streets by the likes of D*Face & Kobra? Of course not. Art aside LA was THE place to be for Vintage shopping including Flasher on Melrose which had so many amazing pieces we bought.nearly.everything.. and great food (OMG Unami Burger!) We indulged in both so much it was silly. Let the diets commence…

We were also so happy to see that our piece on The Audience wall from last year is still there! Well played guys!

Photos by EndoftheLine

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