ART EXHIBITION: ‘NEVERENDED’

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If you’re looking for something to do this cold and blustery Feb.. for two weeks from the 11th February – 28th February EndoftheLine will take over the entire LondonNewcastle Project Space on Redchurch Street in the heart of Shoreditch providing a snapshot of the last ten years of East London’s graffiti, street art and hip hop community.

Obviously you won’t be seeing my piece of art featured (below) which was my (first!!!) attempt at stencilling. A good artist makes it appear easy huh. “Hmmm.. I can do that..”… (yeah right).. Well… I’m quite proud of it. Ahem. You can do a Graffiti workshop at Graffik Gallery and you should because… it’s fun.

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EndoftheLine Productions is proud to present NEVERENDED, a retrospective exhibition showcasing a curated collection of over 200 pieces by internationally acclaimed graffiti and street artists from the Rockwell House private collection.

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Featuring:

– 200+ pieces by internationally acclaimed graffiti and street artists
from the Rockwell House private collection
– Graffiti, street art, music and film
– A series of pop up events held in the exhibition space across 2 week run
– Including live art, life drawing classes, music showcases pop up feasts and live talks

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Exhibition Runs: 
11th February – 28th February 2016
**FREE**
A decade of Artwork from some of London and the World’s most important and influential urban artists including; Will Barras, Mr Jago, Bom.k, Sowat, Faile, Nychos, Aryz, Tizer, Xenz, Sheone, Roid, Dan Chase, Ed Hicks, Rabodiga, 45RPM, Candy Lo, Imaone, Suiko, Zoer, Does LoveLetters, Odisy, Dr Zadok, Dotmasters, Steff Plaetz and Jim Vision.

Jim Vision, Creative Director of EndoftheLine and one of London’s internationally acclaimed graffiti artists said Neverended; A Retrospective is a culmination of ten years riding on the wave of gentrification, constantly seeking out new places, spaces and walls to challenge accepted norms of traditional art making.

“This retrospective takes the pulse of East London’s urban art scene in 2016,” Jim said. “This is our personal collection which reveals the transformation of the streets of Shoreditch and the tensions between urban development and artistic freedom, and represents what will be lost when everything is glass towers.”

A small pop-up shop will also be running for the duration of the show featuring limited edition prints by many of the featured artists, collectibles and a selection of customized street furniture.

// Opening days and hours //


Wednesday 10 Feb til Sunday 28 February 2016
Wednesday 10 Feb 6.30pm – 9.00pm
General Opening : Tuesday through Sunday 11 – 8pm
Mondays – closed for private viewings

Sounds good.

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