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STREET ART



Written by Grant Bilkus
06 Monday 06th September 2010

Comical and ‘as seen on tv’ collective Modern Toss are having a solo show in Newcastle with Lazarides gallery. Their cleverly low-quality drawings depict honesty in a hilarious manor and will no doubt have you in stitches. We highly recommend you try and make it down for this one.

 Preview Thursday 2nd Sept. 6-9pm for Modern Toss Newcastle Exhibition, rsvp to info@moderntoss.com


Guy Denning has opened a solo show Behemoth at St Martin in The Fields, London. This landmark show, in the dramatic setting of the Crypt Gallery, with its atmospheric lighting and brick-vaulted ceiling, promises to be one of Guy’s most powerful shows to date.

There’s nothing better then viewing the works in person but for those who can’t view the show click here to see them online. Behemoth runs until September 19.

London sees a collaboration of over 30 street, contemporary and fine artists who have customized Schoony’s iconic Boy Solder in an exhibition that will spark high emotion in this time of political war.

The artists taking part include: Goldie, D*Face, Dan Baldwin, Matt Small, Mau Mau, and Inkie. The exhibition will be at Graffik Gallery until September 16.

For more details click here. 

 In 2002, Thanks to a small record shop (Eat the Beat) Cheba took the step of putting on his first solo show. Following this Cheba has gone on to showcase his work at numerous group shows, including the recent Crimes of Passion at the Royal West Academy, with many illustrious figures from the world of street art. In this show you can expect to see Cheba's usual simple but striking characters, with a few added surprises and tips of his hat to some his influences and iconic artists.

 Visit the opening preview on September 17, 6-10pm. The exhibition runs until October 17 at Weapon of Choice Gallery, Bristol.

 Lastly, Signal Gallery have announced they will be putting on a solo show for SPQR, if his previous work is to go by then we expect this one to be very well received. Please check out their website here for more news as it comes.

Until next time, have fun!

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