Events updated - 19/01/2017
Listings of Graffiti Street Art events, exhibitions and more...
19/01/2017 to 18/02/2017 - The new solo show from street artist Shuby at the Lawrence Alkin Gallery in London.
20/01/17 to 23/02/17 - James Lavelle will be taking over Lazarides with 'Daydreaming with UNKLE Present… THE ROAD: SOHO'.
20/01/17 to 21/01/17 - Artists of the Soho Takeover open up their studios for two days to the public...
24/01/17 to 11/03/17 - Lights of Soho is proud to announce its latest exhibition, a collection of canvas and neon artworks by Anna Laurini.
25/01/2017 - The vending machine art gallery is a pop up art retail concept that sells prints from emerging artists from vending machines.
Final private viewing - 26/01/17 - For those who missed it the 'Gonzo' - Hunter S Thompson inspired exhibition is back for a second private view night!
29/01/2017 - The Ben Oakley Gallery annual Charity Event helping raise money for St Christopher's Hospice. PHING THINGs at the ready. A real live event held in the gallery featuring over 25 artists...
01/02/2017 - Film Screening Hosted by Better Letters. Wall Writers: Graffiti in its Innocence is a documentary film and 350+ page companion book.
01/02/17 to 05/02/17 - Join RUN at Jealous to celebrate an exclusive four day pop-up for the launch of his highly anticipated publication, with a book signing event on 02/02/17 at Jealous Gallery in east London.
Private view: 03/02/17 - C.R.E.W. Part One, 'Creativity for Recovery, Enablement and Wellbeing' - An exhibition of Music, Art and Performance at Outsider Gallery London.
09/02/17 to 26/02/17 - A collective exhibition of street art sculpture featuring works from a collection of local and international artists.
16/02/17 to 05/03/17 - BSMT SPACE presents 'Paracosm', a glimpse through Greek Street Art.
Outsider Gallery London is based in North London hospital settings delivering therapeutic interventions within the gallery specialising with mental health and related issues.
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