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Following the success of previous events in Miami and New York, The Dean Collection & Bacardi are presenting their immersive art and music event No Commission: London from December 8-10. Curated by music producer Swizz Beatz, the art fair is designed specifically to … Continue reading
For the exhibition ‘City Lights’ at the MIMA Museum in Brussels, the artistic duo Faile have covered the internal walls of the museum with their stencils similarly like they have been doing on the New York streets for the past … Continue reading
Until 24th March 2016, Lazarides is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a group exhibition ‘Still Here – A Decade of Lazarides’. For the landmark exhibition, celebrated and pioneering artists who have helped shape the gallery are taking over the Rathbone … Continue reading
The latest book by Gestalten, Walls & Frames, edited by Maximiliano Ruiz focuses on emerging international street artists and documents how they are transitioning from street to galleries, using innovative tools and techniques that are shaping a new direction … Continue reading
Brooklyn based duo of Patrick’s return to London to present their new show at Lazarides Rathbone called “Fragments of Faile“. The exhibition is split in two series: the first is their trademark juxtaposition of themes and colour blocks, and the … Continue reading
Seen in the streets of New York this fall: More pics here.
Last night saw the UK launch of Faile’s eagerly awaited book ‘Faile: Prints & Originals 1999-2009′ at Lazarides “Outsiders” shop in Soho, London. A limited number of hand-finished copies were available as well as a number of signed copies. The ground floor of … Continue reading
Butterfly met up with the infamous Brooklyn-based art collective Faile to discuss more about their recent Deluxx Fluxx Arcade project with Bast in London and New York, and what’s coming up.
After the London success of the explosive and creative Deluxx Fluxx video arcade installation (covered here ) Brooklyn-based duo Faile and collaborator Bast take over a disused storefront on the Lower East Side. Originally conceived as a one-off project in … Continue reading