Otto Schade solo show at Well Hung gallery

 
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16 Jul

2015

"Cop for a load" by Otto Schade | Art-PieTo celebrate Otto Schade‘s upcoming solo show at Well Hung Gallery, we are giving away one of Otto’s latest limited edition screen-prints called ‘Cop for a load’.

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Well Hung Gallery is pleased to present Otto Schade, an eagerly anticipated solo exhibition of new works by renowned street artist.

The exhibition showcases the range and depth of Otto’s works. Presenting 4 new full-scale paintings, a series of new screen prints and a collection from the Orb series. A new exclusive, limited edition screen-print will be launched on the opening night of the show.

Otto has developed a meticulous spray painting technique by intricately cutting layer upon layer of illustrative stencils. His distinctive, graphic ‘ribbon’ style and continued exploration of iconic imagery have made him one of the UK’s pre-eminent street artists.

Otto’s large scale, epic paintings can be seen in the streets of East London. These murals are extensively photographed by his ever-growing street art following. In the run up to the exhibition, Otto will be painting a new piece near Well Hung gallery in London.

What – Otto Schade solo show
Where – Well Hung gallery, 239 Hoxton Street, London, N1 5LG
When – 23/7 till 23/8/15

Otto Schade stenciling "Cop for a load" in Berlin | Art-Pie

Otto Schade stenciling “Cop for a load” in Berlin

Author: Pierrick Senelaer

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