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GRAFFIK LONDON

Graffik London is not a traditional gallery, it's an art place. What makes its uniqueness is not only the high level of the artists represented there, but also the fact that it is a part of the urban art movement itself under its own unique concept.

The gallery is constantly swarming with artists with a thirst for collaboration, creativity and the possibility of expressing themselves freely (and safely) on the walls of Graffik’s Graff Garden.
The Graff Garden, an enclosed outdoor space at the back of the gallery surrounded by high walls, is a place where street art comes to life naturally. So, what the street artist can do in the street, he/she can also do at Graffik London.

The diversity of products found at Graffik London, ensure that it is in touch with a very wide public. Many people who would not visit a traditional art gallery find themselves walking through the door in order to admire art in its urban form.

Having grown significantly since its opening in August 2009, the gallery is made up by an ethical and friendly team.

LONDON

United Kingdom
Address:
284 Portobello Road
W10 5TE
Phone: 0203 181 0000
Website: www.graffikgallery.co.uk


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Artists Represented

Don, Grafter, T-wat, C215, Chibalove, Goldie, Banksy, Dan Baldwin, INSA, Schoony, Nick Reynolds, Matt Small, Dotmasters, Ian Phena, K Guy,Inkie,Mau Mau, Matt Small, Joe Rush, BEST EVER, PEN1, Busk


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Graffik Gallery will kick off 2011 with the exclusive “Corroded Surfaces” show hosted by the infamous “Grafik Warfare” collective from Thursday 3rd March until Sunday 20th March 2011. This “Heavy metal Attitude” will bring to life unique corroded objects sourced from decaying landmark British industrial sites, which will challenge, stimulate and YES, be full of steel! It will also promote British Street arts engaging with a “Never Say Die” re-use and recycle message countering some popular beliefs.

For the “Corroded Surfaces” event the “Grafik Warfare” crew scoured industrial sites such as mills, scrap heaps and empty warehouses to source their “metallic canvasses” and materials. Objects used include an ancient industrial saw, a road sign chucked in a bush years ago, a kitchen tabletop used by a family every day, now decaying down a back alley, a skateboard too old to use but once loved and treasured, all with history and now rediscovered and turned into artworks.


Previous Exhibitions

Schoony Boy Soldiers
Group Show
Schoony, in partnership with Graffik London (www.graffiklondon.co.uk) gallery, is proud to present an exclusive exhibition of his Boy Soldier, the wall-panel version of his debut fibreglass statue presented at last year’s Mutate Britain’s “One Foot in the Grove”. A young boy holds a grenade in one hand and the grenade’s pin in the other and reveals a breathtaking detail close to microscopic perfection.

30 of these Boy Soldiers in pure white have gone out to the best urban artists of the current UK and International art scene. The effect of 30 different versions of the same piece all in the same room will be spectacular. Graffik London and Schoony are delighted to be bringing such a heavy line-up of successful artists together under one roof, a unique occasion to be celebrated.

The show aims to gather those already familiar with Schoony’s work with existing collectors of the other big names such as Goldie, D*Face and Dan Baldwin.



Press Releases

For all Press and PR Contact Franco
franco@graffikgallery.co.uk


Location And Getting There

Portobello Road via Notting Hill Gate or Ladbroke Grove Tubes (closest)


Contact-Directors/Staff

Manager :
Oliver Cox
Franco Taloen


Opening Times

Open Everyday 10.30 -6pm