COPE 2 Defiance

Opening Reception 6pm-10pm

On display through March 1, 2012.

Galerie MATHGOTH 103, rue Saint-Maur - 75001

Paris, France - MathGoth Gallery is proud to present Defiance a solo exhibition by Cope 2. Sixteen months after his first exhibition in Paris, Burnings Hearts with partner INDIE 184 in 2010, the famous graffiti artist COPE 2 represents New York for the second time exhibiting his mixed media paintings. Defiance features the works of the international graffiti legend whose work do not settle down combining the techniques of graffiti with the dexterity of brush and collages.

A real change in his work, which premiered at Burnings Hearts, Cope 2 proves his burgeoning and experimental style in Defiance as a bold resistance to his traditional graffiti art . No denial in the work of Cope2, the king's legendary bubble letters and tagging remain at the heart of each painting but with new spaces, thought and imagery.

Limiting his exterior graffiti murals, the canvas is now his favorite medium, which contributes to the accessibility of the artist by challenging the same paradox. Now, favoring studio work, more carefully, Cope2 deepens this trend for a very accomplished performance. Cope2 has become a studio painter with the precision and the passion that implies.

Defiance opens February 18 on display through March 1, 2012.

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PRESENTS GALLERY: 64 Washington Avenue Brooklyn, NY. 11205

May 4, 2012 at 6:00pm until Friday, June 1, 2012 at 9:00pm

The first gallery show ever as a group, The Rolling Thunder Writers of NYC Subway Graffiti fame. One of the most prolific, heavy-hitting graffiti crews in the history of Graffiti art. RTW covered the period from 1976 well into the end of subway graffiti i
n the 1990's. Known for their very psychedelic origins..from Central Parks Bandshell to the One Tunnel...where Hippie meets Hip-Hop, the Funk gets stronger! and beyonder!.

May 4th



John CRASH ONE Matos: Remnant Memories

Remnant Memories
A series of paintings on metal cutouts, celebrating my
subway origins, as well as watercolors and serigraphs.

Friiday, February 24, 2012

6:00pm until 9:00pm
Toy Tokyo/TT Underground
91 second avenue, Ground Floor, New York, NY

International Women

International Women
Warrington Museum
Curated by Frankie Shea and Tina Ziegler
Opening reception: March 29th 2012. 6pm
On display until 7 July 2012

Following the success of ‘Gossip Well Told’ group exhibition that launched the first Warrington Contemporary Arts Festival, Frankie Shea & Tina Ziegler return to Warrington Museum in March with an exhibition called ‘International Woman’. In conjunction with Moniker Projects, 'International Woman' brings together a stellar roster of more than 15 artists from 10 countries, being the first exhibition in the UK that highlights the cross-over of the Pop Surrealism and Urban fine art movements under one roof.

Working in underground art movements these women have forged names for themselves by pushing the boundaries of contemporary art, experimenting with new mediums, ideas and visual concepts. Individually they have enhanced the overall direction of these underground movements, and as a collective they have changed the way women are viewed in urban culture today.

Exhibiting artists:

Catalina Estrada, Cheryl Dunn, Elizabeth Mcgrath, Faith 47, Hera, Kukula, Mel Kadel, Miss Van, Pam Glew, Sarah Joncas,
Stella Im Hultberg, Swoon, Tara Mcpherson and Xue Wang.

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