Friday, November 13, 2015

MYA is off to Miami with the DMV Crew

It's that time of year again, when the art world rushes to Miami for a week of total art chaos and I just had to join in on the fun! This December, MYA will make it's debut at SCOPE Miami 2015 with a new collection of works from the insanely talented Da Mental Vaporz crew from France. After the successful solo show we had at Moniker Art Fair, I am really happy to be working with the rest of the crew and introducing their work to the thousands of visitors that will attend Scope. 

The exhibition will present work from BOM.K, BRUSK, JAW, KAN, BLO and collective works including SOWAT and LEK. From December 1 - 6th, we will be located at Stand #B21 on the beach so come by and show some love.

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Follow me on instagram to get some preview shots as we set up and get crazy in Miami. 

Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Moniker Art Fair opens Tomorrow night in East London!

If you are in London this weekend for Frieze week, make sure you join us at Moniker Art Fair 2015 for our 6th edition of the fair in the Old Truman Brewery on Brick Lane. With over 20 galleries and more than 80+ artists on show, plus 3 curated exhibitions by Moniker Projects and a Jam packed programme of events, it is a weekend of art not to miss out on. The fair opens tomorrow night at 5pm and will be open until Sunday. 
Fair highlights include a solo show by French street artist, BOM.K which is presented by MYA Gallery, the gallery I direct and curate, new works by BETZ from the much loved ETAM Cru, A solo show of new paintings by the famous Bristol stencil artist, Nick Walker curated by Moniker Projects, plus an incredible 50 foot installation inspired by 'Change and Decay' and focusing on the use of bitcoin at the fair.
See the full Fair programme on our website:
At this year's fair, I have put together two talks to be hosted inside the fair.
Friday, at 3pm: Panel Discussion: ‘The Real Value of Street Art’ – how communities benefit through urban murals. The panel will include Teresa Latuszewska from The Urban Forms Foundation, Mark Clack from Wood Street Walls & Lorna Lee, Head of Culture and Heritage Services at the London Borough of Waltham Forest. Hosted by Hannah Hayes-Westall,
Sunday at 3pm - Panel Discussion: ‘The Benefits of Bitcoin’. The panel will include Chris Courtney from myFINBEC, Paul Gordon, Director of Coinscrum, the worlds largest Bitcoin meet up group and Tina Ziegler, fair coordinator of Moniker Art Fair. Hosted by Hannah Hayes-Westall,

I look forward to seeing you this weekend at Moniker Art Fair 2015. Make sure to stop by Stand #3 and say hello to us at MYA Gallery and view the new works by BOM.K.

Monday, October 5, 2015

Bom.K opens his first London solo show at Moniker Art Fair 2015

His work is dark, aggressive, strange and yet totally fascinating. He is one of those artists that I would love to spend a late night in a whiskey bar with to pick his brain and try to understand where his crazy visions come from. I love his work, his skills with a pencil and a piece of paper never disappoint. His paintings, always primarily black in colour are so unique in subject that you can't help but just get involved, often making me say out loud, 'Ha...that's so clever.'

So with that, you can imagine how totally over the moon I am to be managing his first London solo show for MYA Gallery. The exhibition, L'impr√©visible Imaginaire opens on Thursday the 15th of October at London's Truman Brewery as part of the Moniker Art Fair 2015.  Now in it’s sixth year Moniker Art Fair has earned a reputation as of one of most exciting contemporary art fairs with its roots embedded in urban culture, a perfect setting to present Bom.K to the UK market for the first time.

Bom.K's new collection of paintings and over 25+ sketches is a mix-matched selection of various subjects he has been working with as an artist. He presents to the London market a collection of paintings that offer a preview look at themes he will be working with in the coming year.

Born in Paris in the 7O’s, Bom.K discovered graffiti during his youth and went on to create the Da Mental Vaporz in 1999 with Iso and Kan. One monumental wall after the other, the crew continuously kept pushing the aesthetical boundaries of graffiti, developing groundbreaking themes for the times, such as madness, life in the peripheral suburbs, social exclusion, fear and hate.

Since 2005, Bom.K has developed his style in the comfort of his studio, with the same aesthetical insanity and ambition than his exterior works. After previous sold out exhibitions in France and the United States, Bom.K will, for the first time, present a collection of paintings and sketches for the London market. The exhibition, L'imprevisible Imaginaire, includes a powerful look into the various stubjects Bom.K wishes to experiment with as an artist and offers viewers a look into the mysteries behind his unique vision.

Friday, 16th October from 12pm - 9pm
Saturday, 17th October from 11am to 8pm
Sunday, 18th October from 11am to 6pm

Stand #3 at Moniker Art Fair, The Old Truman Brewery
Brick Lane, E1 6QL, London, UK.

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Saturday, June 27, 2015

Entre Muros at MYA Gallery

The Entre Muros crew! With Max Ruiz, Jaz, Elian, Inti, Alexis Diaz, Tina Ziegler and Cekis.

On Thursday evening, the Entre Muros exhibition opened at MYA Gallery here in London. We were working up until the very last second to put this show together, but in the end it was a great evening and was so nice to see so many familiar faces out to support this Latin bunch. The exhibition exhibits original artwork from 12 of some of Latin America's finest Street Artists and was curated in collaboration with Max Ruiz from Suben Art Management.

We were lucky enough to have INTI, ALEXIS DIAZ, ELIAN, JAZ, AND CEKIS all in appearance at the opening reception. Along with curator, Max Ruiz from Suben Art Management.

The exhibition will be on show until August.
To view the Entre Muros collection and boxset please go here:

Sunday, June 21, 2015

Entre Muros Boxset - progress shots

To celebrate the Entre Muros exhibition and bringing 12 artists from across Latin America together for the first time in London, we are releasing a limited edition box set of 12 hand customised, signed and numbered prints. Each artist was asked to create one portrait image for the box set, the images were made into one colour screen prints and shipped off to the artists around the world to customise. Here is just a look at some of the finished prints from Curiot, Doma, Rodrigo Branco, Saner and Decertor.

The boxset is limited to 30 editions and will be released on a first come, first serve basis at the opening reception of ENTRE MUROS at MYA Gallery on June 25th. 2015.

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Saturday, June 13, 2015

Entre Muros - Latin American Street Art comes to London

In just 2 weeks, Entre Muros opens at MYA Gallery, a group exhibition of 12 artists from Latin America. As gallery director of MYA,  I wanted to bring some colour to London and shine a spotlight on the incredible talent that is coming out of Latin America. Artists like Inti, Alexis Diaz, Doma and Jaz are just some of my top favourites that are really pushing mural art to a new level.

The exhibition is curated by subject specialist and good friend, Max Ruiz from SubenySuben. He is the author of a number of publications, including Nuevo Mundo: Latin Amercian Street Art. Ruiz has also played a pivotal role in introducing Latin American art to the international market.

London is lucky enough to have 5 of the artists travelling to the city and with the help of some great local projects, like Global Street Art and Wood Street Walls, we are securing them some locations to paint. More news on where they will be painting and when can be found on my insta as the show comes together. Please follow me here @tinaziegler if you want to find out more.

Entre Muros opens at MYA Gallery on Thursday, June 25th 2015.
Opening Reception: Thursday, June 25th 2015

Exhibiting Artists:
 Brazil: Rodrigo Branco, Rafael Hayashi / Argentina: Doma, Elian, Jaz / Chile: Cekis, Inti / Mexico: Curiot, Saner / Peru: DecertorColombia: Stinkfish / Puerto Rico: Alexis Diaz

More information please contact me at the gallery:

Hope to see you at the opening!

Saturday, June 6, 2015

Vibes and Odisy in London

Individually as artists, VIBES and ODISY have been painting on the streets of London and internationally for over 15+ years, however quite recently these masters have teamed up to create one magical duo of talent. I have been avid followers and fans of both of their work, so to see them working together in this way is just a little graffiti dream come true.

Here are some pictures from their most recent mural, a quick little tester for them as they continue to collaborate and develop their tag team style. There is much amazingness to come from these guys, so keep your eyes peeled.

Follow their moves on Insta - @vibes_ldn  @oddhouse

LAX / DTW, Thinkspace Gallery teams up with Inner State Gallery

Los Angeles based gallery Thinkspace has teamed up with Inner State Gallery in Detroit, Michigan to present 'LAX / DTW'. This special exhibition has been curated by Thinkspace and serves as an amazing introduction to the burgeoning New Contemporary movement for art lovers in the Midwest. With roots firmly planted in illustration, pop culture imagery, comics, street art and graffiti, put quite simply the New Contemporary Art Movement is art for the people. Featuring new works from over 80 artists from around the world, 'LAX / DTW' will kick off with an opening reception on Saturday, June 6th with two of the owners of Thinkspace on hand.

Opening Reception: Saturday, June 6th 7-10PM On view: June 6th through July 4th, 2015

Featuring 16×20 inch works from over 50 artists spanning the globe including featured artists: Stephanie Buer and Liz Brizzi

Inner State Gallery 1410 Gratiot Avenue Detroit, Michigan 48207

Saturday, May 9, 2015

Endangered Species at MYA Gallery

Wow, it has been years since I have updated this blog. I hope you all forgive me, I have been pretty busy putting on shows, working with art fairs and now directing a new gallery in East London.

Over the past few years, street art has really exploded and a zillion incredible projects have developed to support this growing art movement. I am very happy to still be involved on a day to day basis and with that said, I would like to speak a bit about my most recent exhibition at MYA Gallery.

Endangered Species is the second exhibition I have curated for MYA Gallery and aims to raise awareness about just some of the animals that are currently at threat of extinction. There are over 300 species of fish, 1/5 of sharks, more than 500 amphibian species and 1/8 of all bird are in danger of becoming extinct in the very near future.  I thought it would be a good idea to use my career as a curator to raise a bit of awareness and give back to the people that are really doing something to put a stop to this super scary reality. The exhibition is in support of World Land Trust, a UK organisation that helps to protect the habitats of endangered species around the world.

All the artists exhibited, selected one animals they wanted to work with from the endangered species list I offered to them. The result is a beautiful collection of 20 artworks from international artists that I truly respect and admire.

New and original artworks on show by exhibiting artists:
Gent 48, Matt Small, Pam Glew, Labrona, Luke Cheuh, JADE, Shark Toof, SatOne, Andrey Adno, Angry Woebots, Eismann, Txemy, Jason Redwood, 3ttman, Pantonio, Fintan Magee, Odisy, SozyOne and Morik1, Uriginal

Opening Reception of the exhibition: April 23rd 2015
Exhibition on Show to Public from: April 24rd 2015
Closing of the exhibition: June 14th 2015
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