Mix2 from Incandescent Artists

Last week we waddled our asses over Mix2, the second instalment from Incandescent Artist‘s Lee Button.

Mix2 is exactly what it says on the package, an excellent mix of emerging and established talent curated beautifully in the Underdog Gallery space. Featuring works and prints from over 35 artists, notable work came from new faces Tom Lewis who showed off some of his larger canvases, and Liam Motyer with super smooth wooden carved skulls and hearts.

Take a peek at some of the work below and head down to Underdog Gallery before the 11th November to catch a glimpse of Mix2.

What’s on Arts Calendar London Aug/Sept 2015

It’s looking like we’ve got a busy couple of months ahead, after all it is that time of year when all the artists are fretting to get their new and best pieces ready for the countless exhibitions and group shows surrounding Frieze week.

We here in street art are no different and this year we’ve had a lot of new and exciting faces popping up on the scene that definitely need a bit more attention.. So with this in mind we’ve compiled a list of things set to happen in the next few weeks that are definitely worth checking out..

Reeps One presents L N E M 

The last show we saw from the world beatbox champ and all round creative Reeps One, was at the Londonewcastle space at the end of last year. A.D.O was a guide through the mind of a talented individual with ADD and the results of a repetitive striving thought process. In a similar manner, this exhibition continues to give us an intimate insight in to the creative process behind Reeps One and is an exploration of how creatives produce their best work when alone and working through the night and shows us an amalgamation of some of his own late night creations.

Ph Ben Hopper and in association with the House of Vans. This exhibition will open on the 27th August and has yet to have a confirmed closing date so this may be your only chance to see this work in one space. Talks from the artists will also take place at the event.

See here for more details and to RSVP.


Chrom-Art present TRIBE15

This massive group show strives to showcase the very best emerging talent from local and multi-national artists. Held in a new space at 49 Tanner Street, SE1, the humungous space will be an eclectic mix of dance, performance art, live painting and canvases. What’s more is the exhibition will feature work from EndoftheLine’s Jim Vision as special guest. The show will run for 2 days only on the 4th – 6th September.

See more information here.


Incandescant Art presents MIX

Held at the Underdog Art Gallery in London Bridge, the exhibition is a heavy ‘mix’ of established and emerging artists. The line-up itself is pretty exciting, placing works from Dran next to Damien Hirst, Hannah Adamaszek next to Sir Peter Blake & our friends Jive next to the likes of Ben Eine, this show is set to be very interesting indeed and a key one in the lead up to Frieze.

See more info here. Opening night Thursday 27th August.


LHR/LAX at Stolen Space

Stolen Space LDN have teamed up with Thinkspace LA to co curate this incredibly huge group show. Featuring works from 113 different artists both well known and emerging, our initial thought was how on earth they were going to fit it all in. After some more research realised the artists are providing each a 30x30cm canvas each which will be on show in the space from the 04th September to 4th October.

See all the info here.


48 Crew at Proof Gallery

Now this is quite an exciting one for us. Good pals from the midlands, Gent48 & Newso48 have teamed up for a crew show Thrifty Egos.

The boys will be filling the walls of this new and rather intimate gallery with some of their signature pieces from the streets translated in to canvas. We had the 48 crew over to paint for Meeting of Styles and have long been lovers of their work so this one will not be missed.

See all the info here.

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Banksy’s Dismaland to open in Weston-super-Mare

Something new and exciting from Banksy is coming to the small Somerset seaside town of Weston-super-Mare. ‘Dismaland’ is the controversial artists new exhibition which is his dystopian take on the Magic Kingdom DisneyLand. Disguised as a film location during it’s set-up, the Grey Fox Productions signs only started to alarm residents when they realised they hadn’t seen any film equipment or crew on set since it’s placement. Since then a broken down Cinderella castle, metal horse figurine, a bended truck slide and other oddball objects have been spotted rising up from the abandoned lido location. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen Banksy take a hit at Disneyland. Back in 2002 he attached an inflatable figure dressed as a Guantanamo detainee to one of the rides which sat for 90 minutes before the ride was shut down and it was removed. A Banksy spokesperson said that ‘the stunt was intended to highlight the plight of terror suspects at the controversial detention centre in Cuba.’ (BBC News) Dismaland is said to be opening 21st August 2015. See more on the theme park here. All images and info taken via DailyBeast

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