White Walls Gallery Project Space
San Francisco, CA
April 12th, 2014
April marks my return to White Walls for the first time in over 3 years. I’ll be bringing a collection of new work to the White Walls Project Space. Some of these pieces have been in the works for over a year or two, and I look forward to coming to one of the best galleries in San Francisco. Come join me at the opening.
San Francisco, CA
March 15th, 2014
Shooting Gallery is pleased to present An Even Eleven in honor of our 11 year anniversary. The group exhibition will be a celebration of artists we have worked with in the past, currently feature, and those we will show in the upcoming year.
Maxwell Collette Gallery
908 N Ashland
April 26th, 2013
Perennial Escapism presents a collection of richly textured mixed media paintings on wood, with imagery derived from the artist’s own photographs of early 20th century wrought iron fire escapes in Chicago.
Phone Booth Gallery
2533 East Broadway
Long Beach, CA
April 13th, 2013
Phone Booth Gallery is proud to present “5 Year Anniversary” an open themed group exhibition featuring regional and international artists. Presenting some fresh new faces, as well as a stellar lineup selected from Phone Booth Gallery’s stable, this ambitious exhibition surveys the gallery’s past, present, and future.
July 19th, 2012
For this exhibition Espionage Gallery asked 25 top artists to make works out of wood or paint something on wood. Quickly replacing the more traditional medium of canvas, artists are now turning their creative energy and talent towards this medium. The surface and texture provides endless scope of creative possibilities.
June 7th, 2012
Espionage Gallery is located in the heart of the city in Adelaide, Australia. The Gallery which showcases work from top local, interstate and international artists also run stencil art classes on a regular basis.
Art Whino returns in 2012 for the Third edition of G40. Following the mission of G40s past, we will once again bring exposure to low brow’s many faces and, as always, present what new facets emerge within this ever growing movement.
A Cut Above is an exhibition showcasing some of the best stencil art talent in the world. This is an exhibition not to be missed! Featuring: JOSHUA SMITH (Adelaide), E.L.K. (Melbourne), PISA73 (Berlin), 23RD KEY (Melbourne), DAVID SOUKUP (Chicago), SCOTCH WILLINGTO (USA), ARTESTENCIVA (Brazil), PHIL BUNGLE (UK), IAN WALKER (UK), FLETCH (Adelaide).
St. Louis’ First International Stencil Show featuring some of the World’s Best! Meggs, Logan Hicks, Dude Company, Joe Iurato, HAHA, Buxtonia, Czarnobyl, koleszar, Peat Wollaeger/stenSOUL, Burn 353, Josh Smith, a1one, Justin Dirks, David Soukup, Chris Stain, Jef Aerosol, Mat Curran, Rone.
“Reconstruction” is the upcoming show at Black Book and captures the artist at a fresh and evolutionary time in his career. Soukup says he is taking the best aspects of his work and applying them to new subject matter, which (beyond his trademark urban-scape stencils) will also include portraits and mixed media, as well as a new exploration into reclaimed surface material.
The Philip Slein Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition Western Expansion curated by Justin Giarla, owner of the San Francisco’s White Walls and Shooting Gallery. The exhibition will showcase the kind of work the west coast is famous for–lowbrow–with its influences of pop art, street art, outsider art, punk rock, comic books, the surfboard, skateboard, and hot rod subcultures. Artists exhibited will include Shepard Fairey, Blek Le Rat, Greg Gossel, Aaron Nagel, Casey Gray, Akira, David Soukup, Shawn Barber, Kevin Cyr, Van Arno, Above, Ian Johnson, Jessica Hess, Jesse Hazelip, and Cheryl Molnar among others.
From the Street to the Cube will bring together a collection of work in a variety of mediums for this cross-cultural survey of street art. Featured artists include Above, Eine, Shepard Fairey, Rene Gagnon, Sergio Garcia, Greg Gossel, Casey Gray, Gale Hart, Jesse Hazelip, Hugh Leeman, Blek Le Rat, C215, David Soukup, Georgi Tchkhaidze, D Young V, Ernesto Yerena, Philip Lumbang, Dan Witz, Best Ever, and Miss Van.
Aerosols and antlers… One beloved cityscape, two approaches. David Soukup stencils out Chicago with pain-staking diligence while David Rettker takes his brush to our favorite neighborhoods populating them with the occasional woodland creature.
In the last decade stencil art has evolved into a respected and well refined art-form. Originating in graffiti and street art, or urban art as it is often called, it has spread all over the world, and from the streets into galleries and exhibitions spaces.
Urban Art Agenda was launched in 2007 and presented in Melbourne and Perth. It brings together some of the most prolific stencil artists from around the world in a unique showcase.
Stencil art has a long, long history….like ancient. For our next exhibit we take a look at three artists working with stencils today. St. Louis -based Peat Wollaeger brings us a character-rich cartoon-inspired style with a graffiti edge and will be featuring his latest stencil series “EYEZ,” Chicago artist David Soukup explores the use of stencils to create intricate architecture-inspired works and Seattle-based Jonathan Wakuda Fischer mixes Japanese themes with modern culture and vibrant colors.