Thursday, December 8, 2011

Luke Chueh Limited Edition box set


BADLY DRAWN AND DRAWN BADLY
A Luke Chueh Limited edition box set

Edition of 30
Signed and numbered by Luke Chueh
Giclee printing on somerset watercolour paper
11 x 14 inches / 28 x 35.5 cm
Collector box set includes 2 x prints gift wrapped
and set in a presentation box with red foil lettering.

£160.00 / $250.00

The originals of 'Badly Drawn' and 'Drawn Badly' were painted by Luke Chueh for theMoniker Projects London group show 'Gossip Well Told' in July 2011 - curated by Shea & Ziegler.Due to the high demand for Chueh’s work, collectors have the opportunity to purchase thispopular diptych presented in a fantastic unique gift set. This is Luke Chueh's first UK print release.

Prints go on sale on Friday December 9th 2011 at 2:00pm (GMT - London Time)

All orders expected to be shipped by December 19th 2011
or available for collection from London.We ship internationally.

Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Walls & Frames - Fine art from the streets/ London book release.

WALLS & FRAMES: FINE ART FROM THE STREETS . By Maximiliano Ruiz
LONDON BOOK RELEASE PARTY AT POW


Pictures on Walls
Thursday 8th December . From 6 to 9 pm
46-48 Commercial Street . London E1 6LT

Walls & Frames is a cutting-edge collection of recent work by 101 known and emerging artists from around the world bound to the streets in different aspects. These ambitious talents are keeping their connection to the street alive while establishing themselves in the art market with work in traditional formats such as painting, sculpture, installation, and prints.

To celebrate the release of Walls and Frames, the artists featured in the book such as Anthony Lister, Conor Harrington, Dave Kinsey, Dran, Eine, Herakut, Meggs, Miss Van, Paul Insect, Shepard Fairey and many more, have created original handmade book sleeves* for the publication, which will be available for sale both at the London and Berlin events for 430£ and 500€ respectively (Book copies included).

The author and some of the artists will be present during these launch parties to happily sign regular copies of Walls and Frames sold at a lower price specially for the occasion.

- Preview all handmade book sleeves -

Monday, December 5, 2011

Xue Wang exhibition at Copro Gallery.
























After various exhibitions in London and a dual solo show this past summer, Xue Wang has
caught the attention from the California pop surrealist art scene and has been invited to exhibit at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, California. Xue presents five new paintings for her first American showcase, titled The unclouded mind. The collection of paintings are inspired by her recent visit to Hellingly mental institute which has been abandoned for many years, and Xue's fasination with the forgotten.

The exhibition opens on December 10th as part of Copro Gallery's Holiday group show. Nouar will also be opening a solo show in the gallery. For more information visit:


Follow Xue Wang and her artwork here: xuewangart.blogspot.com

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Yoko D'holbachie at Mondo Bizzarro Gallery




















One of my personal favorite artists Yoko D'holbachie will be opening her first solo show in Italy at Mondo Bizzarro Gallery on the 3rd of December.

Yoko d’Holbachie’s work is characterized by a kind of psychedelic introspection; she perfectly blends Californian surrealism with Japanese kawaii. Her mastery of colour ignites her canvases with a light reminiscent of that found in video games and which illuminates imaginative and touching landscapes, breathing life in to fantastical, and memorable characters.

Yoko d’Holbachie’s unique style and personality have arrived in Italy for the first time. Her inaugural Italian exhibition will be unveiled at Mondo Bizzarro Gallery in December in Via Reggio Emilia 32, alongside the silk prints of MURAKAMI and a wide selection of original drawings by some Japan’s most popular anime artists. December has been dedicated to Japanese art, paying homage to the nation of the Rising Sun and an inexhaustible source of pop culture.

Opening reception: December 3rd 2011
On show until the 10th of Jan. 2012