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The Krah at Lava gallery

The Krah is having his first London solo show at Lava gallery As vandalism was the most fun thing to do, The KRAH started painting the streets and the subway trains of Athens in 1997, but his graffiti and street-art can also be seen in the streets all over Europe and cities such as Tokyo and Bangkok. After moving to East London The KRAH is still a very active street-artist and if graffiti is about underground freestyle funky visuals in illegal spots. He has also exhibited in lots... Read More

Chasinghosts or documenting the London street art scene

Time has come for the Chasinghosts duo to celebrate their time snapping street art wonders in London. Indeed they are are launching the first edition of the Chasing Ghosts Photo book. The book contains 40 pages with 150 full colour photo’s dedicated purely to the streets of London. This edition is limited to only 50 copies, each signed and numbered. The launch party will take place on Tuesday the 29th of March 6pm to 9pm and hosted by the LAVA Gallery: Where LAVA Gallery | 11... Read More

Ashes57 X Lava Gallery "On the wild Side"

Lava Gallery has been cranking out quality shows on a week by week basis, this time, Co-founder and art director of the Lava Gallery Ashes57 presented her new body of work entitled “On the wild side”. This show is simply good fun, the centre piece being a huge 3d installation featuring her trade mark line drawn city scape’s and characters like the sitting dog.  Ashes’ line drawing style has a great flow and creates allot of depth, You will discover something different... Read More

Amar Stewart X Lava Gallery

Amar Stewart steps up to the Lava gallery for his first solo show of 2011. We first viewed Amar’s work in the East Gallery in early 2010, the show had dark undertones, accented with sections of colour, A mixture of spray paint and acrylic. A different approach has been taken this time, the entire gallery almost devoid of colour, a series of large canvases featuring Black and white photorealistic portraits. This was a understated approach for show early in the year and to... Read More