Two shows, one (stolen) space
The folks at StolenSpace are keeping themselves mighty busy at the moment, consistently putting on some of the best shows in town.
Up next is the Draw show, which starts this Friday, 7 March, at their gallery at The Old Truman Brewery. The show originated at the Fuse Gallery in New York way back in October 2006 - you can check out a full gallery of the work over here. The exhibition features over 300 bits of pencil based goodness from the likes of D*Face, KAWS, HR Giger and EINE, and runs till 23 March.
Not content with that, StolenSpace is also putting on Lightness of Being, an exhibition of light based portraits by the wonderful Chris Levine, including some of the work created while working on his portrait of HRH (shown above).
(There's a good interview with him over on the Creative Review blog.)
It promises to be a great show, and kicks off on Friday 14 March, in an extra 13,000 sq feet StolenSpace have taken over at The Old Truman Brewery especially for this exhibition. It's only on until 23 March, so don't dawdle.