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The Arrow Above: Portrait of a Street Art Icon

Above street art | Art-Pie

Born in California, Arrow is a world-renowned street artist who has kept his identity a secret. His name was created when he began painting the word ‘Above’ on freight trains as a teenager. He later shifted to drawing arrows pointing above, which became his trademark.Much of his work is made with these abstract shapes, though he’s also known for art with a social conscience. Perhaps most controversially, in October 2011 he created a city block-long text mural... Read More

“Fallout”, a show by Phil Ashcroft at Canal

Click to enlarge CANAL is pleased to present its show for the summer, an exhibition by Phil Ashcroft, mixing live painting, large scale canvases and screenprints. Ashcroft will create a new large format painting in the gallery over the course of the exhibition, bringing his studio process directly into CANAL, as well as presenting a new lightbox work inspired by the gallery’s location on the Regent’s Canal at Haggerston, east London. Ashcroft’s works are influenced by... Read More

Contemporary Vanitas at Light Of Sohos

Light Of Soho, London’s leading light art gallery is pleased to announce their next show in collaboration with Lee Sharrock, Contemporary Vanitas, a look at vanity and mortality. Featuring 16 contemporary artists, the exhibition, which launches 26th May, will showcase the artists own interpretations of the Vanitas – is a category of symbolic works of art, especially those associated with the still life paintings of the 16th and 17th centuries in Flanders and the Netherlands... Read More

Transcend, a show by Tom French at Lawrence Alkin gallery

Click to enlarge Following his 2014 sell out show, Tom French returns to Lawrence Alkin Gallery with his latest body of work, Transcend. Evolving from French’s Duality series, the exhibition continues to incorporate figurative elements and the artists’ signature use of illusion, while embracing abstraction more than previous works. About the artist and this show In the slant towards abstraction, French allows for his work to be interpreted on multiple levels. He commented:... Read More

London Art Fair – artists we enjoyed, Guy Allen

Guy Allen | Art-Pie

We strolled through the London Art Fair for the fourth consecutive year and as always stumbled upon remarkable artworks from ever so talented artists. In this series, we will tell you why we liked a particular piece from these artists as well as posting more works. We hope you will also enjoy it as we did. Feel free to comment too at the end of this article. Let’s get started…. ________________ Guy Allen Click to enlarge We stumbled upon the piece called “Horse... Read More

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