Flying Fortress Urban Insignia, Kolly Gallery

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Flying Fortress Urban Insignia

June 11th – July 12th

Seefeldstrasse 56
8008 Zürich
Switzerland

+41 79 301 11 37 info@kollygallery.ch

 

 

Nasty Gallery Brugier Rigail Paris

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After 3 years of absence, Nasty returns for a solo show at the gallery Brugier-Rigail from 4 to 23 June 2015.

GALERIE BRUGIER-RIGAIL
40, rue Volta 75003 Paris
Métro : Arts et Métiers, Temple

 

 

JonOne Solo show Magda Danysz Gallery Shanghai

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JonOne – SoloShow

From 10 July, 2015 to 30 August, 2015
Opening 10 July, 2015

Gallery Magda Danysz, 188 Linqing Road (x Pingliang Road), Shanghai

 

 

 

 

 

Shepard Fairey – Superman is dead – Magda Danysz gallery Paris

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Shepard Fairey – Superman is dead

From 20 June, 2015 to 1 August, 2015
Opening 20 June, 2015

Galerie Magda Danysz – 78, rue Amelot Paris 11

Faust Upstairs gallery Stoke on Trent

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June 05, 2015 at Entrepreneurs in Stoke-on-Trent.

We are incredibly happy to announce our next show at the Upstairs Gallery — from Friday the 5th of June, the colossal Faust comes to town.

Faust is a New York based graffiti artist, recognised for incorporating classical calligraphic sensibilities with contemporary graffiti writing. Martha Cooper, co-author of the seminal book Subway Art, described him as ‘a prolific practitioner of elegantly executed hand-styles.’

Faust was featured throughout two of Cooper’s most recent books, Going Postal and Name Tagging. Faust was also published in Graffiti New York by Luke Felisbret, Definition: The Art and Design of Hip Hop by Cey Adams and Graffiti 365 by Jay Edlin, which features the following excerpt: ‘Among all the amateur scribbling and indecipherable hieroglyphics that make up the average tagger’s landscape, a skilled hand at penmanship is a rarity.’

Faust grounds his ethos in the idea that ‘A graffiti writer needn’t change his style of artwork to be a legitimate fine artist — the letters are enough.’

51-53 Piccadilly, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, ST1