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We talked to Dave White, ahead of his new show ‘Critical’

Dave White | Art-Pie

Dave white in his studio in Dorset We at Art-Pie have enjoyed following the work of contemporary British Artist Dave White for many years. We are drawn to the energy of his explosive and dripping paint style, and moved by his primary subject matter of animals. This November 4th – 28th sees Dave’s new show Critical open at the Loughran Gallery in Chelsea. Focusing on animals from the critically endangered list and near extinction, or the tiers just below, it’s the labor... Read More

An Act of Crime or a Work of Art – Graffiti Street Art

Street art in Shoreditch (London) | Art-Pie

Back in 2008, a group of teenagers were sent to jail in the UK in lieu of defacing public property. Yet while they were being imprisoned here, their work was being hailed in the New York gallery. There is only one word that can be used to describe how the UK as a society views graffiti street art – confusion.The confusion now runs deeper than the hide and seek between those who have a can and spray, and those that remove that paint off the wall. Revok was arrested in 2009With... Read More

10 awesome Christmas-related street art works

Christmas street art | Art-Pie

The festive season is upon which has and always will inspire artistic creativity.   While British street artist Moose just created a pretty incredible Christmas scene with only a toothbrush and moss (!) on South Bank wall Moose – see more of Moose aka Paul Curtis Christmas scene, there are many holiday themed street and graffiti artist creations. Scouring outdoors and the web, ten recent and some less so graffiti or street art Christmas-related awesomeness caught... Read More

The Meeting place by Paul Day

The Meeting Place by Paul Day | Art-Pie

Of all the public art on display at the St Pancras station in London (UK), one piece stands out. I am talking about the bronze statue called The Meeting Place that proudly stands at the south end of the upper-level beneath the station clock. The numbers: 9-metre (29.5 ft) high, 20-tonne (19.7-long-ton; 22.0-short-ton), impressive isn’t it? But have you been near it and noticed the frieze, a myriad of smaller sculpture works all around the plinth? No? I did and was genuinely... Read More

Fiesta in the fields

I do not know where you guys will be on Saturday but I will be at the ‘Feast In the Fields” ——— Colours of Brazil & the sexy sounds of Bossa Nova. The creators of Feast in the Fields bring to you the flavours & samba beats of our current favourite South American hotspot in the form of FIESTA IN THE FIELDS! Fiesta In The Fields, which kicks off at 12pm on Saturday 28th June, promises to be a carnival for all the senses. Be transported to the... Read More