giovedì 1 dicembre 2016

11 SPRING St. NYC


11 SPRING BOOK IS AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER! 
With an Introduction by Shepard Fairey, an Afterword by JR, perspective from owner Caroline Cummings, and an essay from Randy Kennedy of The New York Times, the book will be released in two versions: a standard art book version; and five different Collector’s Editions signed by artists Shepard Fairey, JR, FAILE, and Swoon, and Wooster Collective. The Collector’s Edition comes in a custom bound case and includes a limited edition frameable print from the show’s opening.
PRE-ORDER your discounted copy here

domenica 27 novembre 2016

11 SPRING BOOK SIGNING AT THE STRAND


11 SPRING BOOK SIGNING AT THE STRAND 
Tuesday November 29, 2016
Strand Book Store 828 Broadway NY, NY 10003
6:30-8:00pm. 

Join Marc and Sara, along with FAILE, Lady Pink, Michael DeFeo, and WK Interact for a special signing and celebration of ELEVEN SPRING.
 


Please Note: The artists will only sign copies of Eleven Spring purchased at The Strand (No copies from other stores or Amazon). In order to participate in the signing, please reserve your copy or purchase it at the event for in-store pickup.

If you can't make this event, we will be having a signing at MEET on Chrystie on December 15th featuring various artists from the show - more details to follow soon!

venerdì 25 novembre 2016

Wooster on Spring




Artists covered the interior walls with their latest, most ambitious efforts, transforming a casual auld-lang-syne get-together into a state-of-the-art statement that ranged from classic tagging to new adventures in papering, printing, varnishing, installation and, in one impressive instance, crayon. There were lines around the block.
 -Roberta Smith, The New York Times


The line to see the show at 11 Spring st. 
that is just how long it took to walk from the end of the line, to the door....  

The three-day public viewing session was a landmark downtown event that drew crowds in the thousands, with people waiting up to five hours to get inside.
All the works that were created for the show were subsequently covered up or destroyed by renovation. The book ELEVEN SPRING: A CELEBRATION OF STREET ART allows these vibrant works to live again, ready for a new generation of admirers to enjoy and celebrate.

PRE-ORDER  your discounted copy HERE.  
The book will ship from the beginning of November 2016.


lunedì 21 novembre 2016

ELEVEN SPRING BOOK IS AVAILABLE TO PRE-ORDER!


Wooster Editions is pleased to announce the November 2016 release of... 
ELEVEN SPRING: A CELEBRATION OF STREET ART
If you've followed Wooster Collective over the years, you might remember a three-day event Marc and Sara curated in December of 2006 calledWooster on Spring. An unlikely group of nearly 100 street artists from all over the world came together to participate in an art show celebrating Eleven Spring Street, long a premiere destination on the international Street Art map. It featured artists including Shepard Fairey, Lady Pink, Swoon, D-Face, WK Interact and more (see a more complete list below).
The result was a potent mix of artists who brought the street inside by re-claiming the walls for themselves, and a tipping point for what has become an international art world phenomenon. The three-day public viewing session was a landmark downtown event that drew crowds in the thousands, with people waiting up to five hours to get inside.
All the works that were created for the show were subsequently covered up or destroyed by renovation. ELEVEN SPRING: A CELEBRATION OF STREET ART allows these vibrant works to live again, ready for a new generation of admirers to enjoy and celebrate.
It is hard to believe how many years have passed, but Marc and Sara are thrilled to share this new project to commemorate the 10-Year Anniversary of such an important moment in Street Art history and in their own lives.

With an Introduction by Shepard Fairey, an Afterword by JR, perspective from owner Caroline Cummings, and an essay from Randy Kennedy of The New York Times, the book will be released in two versions: a standard art book version; and five different Collector’s Editions signed by artists Shepard Fairey, JR, FAILE, and Swoon, and Wooster Collective. 

The Collector’s Edition comes in a custom bound case and includes a limited edition frameable print from the show’s opening.
PRE-ORDER your discounted copy here.  
The book will ship in the beginning of November 2016.

Artists covered the interior walls with their latest, most ambitious efforts, transforming a casual auld-lang-syne get-together into a state-of-the-art statement that ranged from classic tagging to new adventures in papering, printing, varnishing, installation and, in one impressive instance, crayon. There were lines around the block.
 -Roberta Smith, The New York Times

Artists in Eleven Spring Street: ABOVE, AIKO, Anthony Lister, Asbjorn Skou, Bast, Benjamin Kelley, Blek Le Rat, BO130, Borf, Che Jen, Chris Mendoza (Edec), Cycle, D*Face, Dan Witz, Darkclouds, David Choe, Davide Zucco, Daze, Diego Bergia (LEPOS), Dize, Don Leicht, Doze Green, DYM Crew, ELBOW-TOE (Brian Adam Douglas), El Celso, Elph, Evol, FAILE, Fenx, Gaetane Michaux, Gore.B, Graffiti Research Lab, Haculla, Howard Goldkrand, Imminent Disaster, Infinity, Invader, JACE, Jasmine Zimmerman, JMR, John Fekner, JR, Judith Supine, Jules Muck, Kenji Hirata, Kostas Seremetis, Lady Pink, Malcolm Stevenson (Dissolve), Max Rippon (RIPO), Maya Hayuk, MCA/Evil Design, Michael De Feo, Microbo, Molly Prentiss, MOMO, Mr. Waldo, Nick Georgiou, Ori Carino, Parks Kid, Peat "EYEZ" Wollaeger, Percept, Plasma Slug, Postechild, Prune, Ralf/PISA73, Rene Gagnon, Richard Hambleton, Ruslan V. Karablin/SSUR, Sacer, Semz, Shepard Fairey, SKEWVILLE, Skullphone, Speto, Stay High 149, stikman, Swoon, The London Police, Thinkmule, thundercut, TIKA, Tyler Kline, Will Barras, WK Interact, Yok, You Are Beautiful, ZYS

 PRE-ORDER


domenica 20 novembre 2016

The Art Of Rebellion IV. Out Now!!!

One of the most successful street art series ever published with 100,000 copies in print        Art of Rebellion was the originator, presenting the finest artwork ever created by artists on the street worldwide. Now at long last comes a new volume featuring approximately 100 artists with their personal favorites — innovative work in a variety of media that arrests our attention and transforms our cities into open air museums. 

Artists featured include 
Dave the Chimp,  SPY, KR, Swoon, Vhils, Stak, Jordan Seiler, Leon Reid, Ripo, PMH, Akroe, Sat One, Egs, Mysterious Al, Nuria Mora, Mambo, Eltono, Paul Insect, Dotsy, Toasters, Felipe Pantone ,Graphic Surgery, SPY, HuskMitNavn, Ox, Ermsy, Jace, L‘Atlas, *G, Space Invader, Vlady Art, Skewville, WK Interact, Dmote, Nomad, Mark Drew, The Wa, Ji Lee, Stain, Roadsworth, M-City, Kami & Sasu, East Eric, Supakitch, Koralie, Bo130, Microbo, Bla+ 
and many more.
Buy your copy here.... Ginko Press





giovedì 10 novembre 2016

PIC N MIX

‘PIC N MIX’ a group show at the GO Gallery in Amsterdam. 
Over 35 artists that "The London Police" has met on their worldwide travels in the last 18 years. Internationally renowned artists from different parts of the world alongside homegrown talent to create a diverse collection of tasty visual treats for your eyes 

Exhibition opening: Saturday 12 November, 5 - 8 pm / on display until 7 January 2017

GO Gallery / Prinsengracht 64, 1015 DX  Amsterdam /
Open: Wednesday - Saturday: 12-6 pm., first Sunday, 1-4 pm. & by appointment.
For more information about the exhibition check their website: www.gogallery.nl.



mercoledì 26 ottobre 2016

S/visto


S/visto è un viaggio a ritroso nella storia dell'Arte Urbana di questa città.

Un viaggio soggettivo e collettivo che ha permeato i muri delle vie, degli spazi occupati e delle gallerie improvvisate di Milano.
Tutto iniziò in sordina agli inizi degli anni '80 per poi esplodere una ventina d'anni dopo.

Oggi, alcuni di questi 'artisti' hanno acquisito una caratura internazionale, altri continuano imperterriti a confrontarsi magicamente con gli abitanti dei nostri quartieri, altri ancora si sono nuovamente immersi nell'anonimato.

"S/visto non intende assolutamente premiare alcuni a discapito di altri, ma vuole essere una digressione in una storia ancora non scritta, aperta e in preda a variazioni continue.
...S/visto è un viaggio non lineare e sicuramente non esaustivo in questo mondo artistico che mi piace definire 'anarchico', scevro da vincoli di qualsiasi tipo, anche se negli ultimi anni ha trovato un interesse culturale e spesso anche economico.
I lavori esposti in questa mostra lampo, provengono tutti da piccoli archivi, collezioni private e dagli artisti stessi. S/visto è una mostra variegata sulla bellezza.
Sulla pura bellezza che in modo innocente cerca di combattere lo strapotere visivo delle pubblicità commerciali reclamando per se e per gli altri uno spazio pubblico, offrendo uno sguardo altro sul mondo, una zona temporaneamente libera di godimento e di dialogo con gli abitanti di Milano.La nostra città."


Giacomo Spazio
curatore speciale per
Santeria

Saranno esposti lavori di:
108, 2501, Abominevole, Above, Adam Neate, AK, Alberonero, Alias, Atomo&Swarz, Au Osce, Awer Balu, Barry McGee, Bäst, Blu, Bo130, BR1, C215, Cane Morto, Centina, D Face, Dario Arcidiacono, Dave The Chimp, DEM, Ed Templeton, Ericailcane, Flying Fortress, Francesco Barbieri, Galo, GGT, Giacomo Spazio, Gianluca Sbrana, Giorgio Bartocci, Guerrilla Spam, Guido Borso, Interesni Kazki (Aec), Invader, Jeremy Fish, Ju Ju's Delivery, Lauda, London Police, Marco Abisso, Marco Teatro, Martina Merlini, Microbo, Mike Giant, Moneyless, Morkone, Mr.Jago, Nano 4814, Nuovi Problemi, Orticanoodles, Ozmo, Pao, Paolo Dolfini, Pelucas, Pesca, Pisa73, Plank, Prof. Bad Trip, Pure Evil, Rendo, Roberto Alfano, Ron English, Ryan Spring Dooley, Saro, Sea Creative, Shepard Fairey, Solomostry, Sten&Lex, Tatiana, Tv Boy, Vandalo, Vermibus, Vins, Will Barras, Zibe. 


Selezione solo vinile a cura di
Parker Madicine

Santeria Social Club. viale Toscana 31, Milano Sud

La mostra inaugurerà giovedì 27 ottobre alle 18.30
Venerdi 28 e Sabato 29 sarà visitabile dalle 18.30 alle 21.30.
Poi, mai più.