Posts Tagged ‘Exhibit’

GATS Pop Up in PORTLAND, OR – Aug 24th, 25th 2019

Saturday, June 8th, 2019
GATS PTV pop up art show in Portland Oregan.

Artist: @GatsPTV
Presented by: Spoke-Art (Questions and Inquiries)
Location: Antler Gallery

GATS “Against The Grain” Upcoming Solo Show – New York City

Wednesday, April 12th, 2017
GATS PTV Graffiti - Against The Grain.

“Against The Grain”
Solo Art Show by GATS PTV

Opening reception:
Saturday June 3rd, 2017 – 6pm to 9pm

Exhibit runs June 3rd to 25th in New York City’s Lower East Side.

Spoke-Art NYC Gallery
210 Rivington Street
New York, NY 10002

Gallery Website:

Artist IG:

(Above mural curated by Fuming Guerilla)

NINA WRIGHT – “So Flesh” Art Show – April 5th, 2013

Monday, March 25th, 2013


BROKE’S “BEER IS GOOD” at our SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Exhibit

Thursday, October 4th, 2012

Beer is Good Special Delivery.

SWAMPY at Endless Canvas’s SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Mural Exhibit

Saturday, September 29th, 2012

Last chance to see the Special Delivery 2012 Exhibit is Sunday September 30th, 2012 from Noon till 6pm.

The documentary VIGILANTE VIGILANTE will be showing during the exhibit at 2pm and 5pm.

LOCATION: The Carbon Warehouse – 1350 4th Street, Berkeley, California

Camera Friendly – No Alcohol, No Bags – Donations Appreciated

NAKA at SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Exhibit

Wednesday, September 12th, 2012

This recent NAKA piece was painted in our secret VIP section of the SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 Exhibit.

(Please keep checking back for gallery ours.)

Naka Special Delivery 2012.

SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 – Trailer Video

Thursday, August 23rd, 2012

(Trailer Video by MAPACHE FILMS)

Special Delivery Bay Area 2012 Trailer from Mapache Films on Vimeo.

Endless Canvas and The Carbon Warehouse Present:
SPECIAL DELIVERY Bay Area 2012 – Large Scale Graffiti / Mural Exhibit
Opens September 8th

Over 100 local Graffiti / Street Artists including names like Swampy, Jurne, Gats, Pemex, Optimist, Quake, Broke, Nesta, Roar, Ras Terms, Anemal and many more paint the interior of a 36,000 square foot, three story factory from the 1920’s. Even the open floor space will be filled with sculptures by the likes of Dead Eyes, Monica Canilao, Harrison and Ben Wolf. On September 8th, we will be opening the building for public viewing and celebrating by lighting the building for the first time since it was abandoned over a decade ago.

Opening Celebration – Second Saturday, September 8th, 2012
Free Event – Live HipHop on the 3rd Floor Provided by Ear Peace Records
Exact location to be announced at the day before the opening to protect the privacy of artists. It’s taking place in the East Bay.

7Seas, Anemal, Ankra, Attica, ATWA, Aura, Awo, Bella Ciao, Blief, Broke, Bvrs, Cannon Dill, Circle Face, Cops, Coyote, Cuss, David Polka, Dead Eyes, Defie, Del Phresh, Devote, Drama, Eon75, Edith, Enero, Enor, Ernest Doty, Faring Purth, Feral Child, Five, Fresh Prince, Freya, GATS, Goser, Griffin, Grow DWT, Imp, Irot, Jeans, Jules Muck, Jurne, Kava, Koleo, Kure, Logic, Logo, Meck, Monica Canilao, Mr.Ef, Nart, NESTA, Nina STM, N.O. Bonzo, Old Crow, Odd Fellow, Omega, Optimist, Pemex, Pez US, Pobrecito, Quake, Ras Terms, Ref, Rekn, Release, Ripo, Roar, Scez, Scribbles, Somar, Safety First, Swampy, Sway, Tupac, Turnip, UpFuk, Vator, Wesk, Wetso, Yoder AND MANY MORE! (full list here)

Barry McGee installation in progress at BAM/PFA

Saturday, August 18th, 2012
On August 24, BAM will be opening their massive Barry McGee mid-career survey.

WHEN: August 24, 2012 – December 9, 2012

WHERE: Berkeley Art Museum – 2626 Bancroft Way


“Throughout his career,” writes Alex Baker in the exhibition catalog, “Barry McGee has continued to surprise and contradict expectations.” Including rarely seen early etchings, letterpress printing trays and liquor bottles painted with his trademark cast of down-and-out urban characters, constellations of vibrant op-art painted panels, animatronic taggers, and an elaborate re-creation of a cacophonous street-corner bodega, along with many new projects, this first midcareer survey of the globally influential San Francisco–based artist showcases the astonishing range of McGee’s compassionate and vivacious work.

McGee, who trained professionally in painting and printmaking at the San Francisco Art Institute, began sharing his work in the 1980s, not in a museum or gallery setting but on the streets of San Francisco, where he developed his skills as a graffiti artist, often using the tag name “Twist.” McGee’s use of this and other monikers—such as Ray and Lydia Fong—as well as his frequent collaborations can make it difficult to precisely situate the artist’s unique authorship. Using a visual vocabulary drawn from graffiti, comics, hobo art, and sign painting, McGee celebrates his Mission District neighborhood while at the same time calling attention to the harmful effects of capitalism, gentrification, and corporate control of public space. His often-humorous paintings, drawings, and prints—all wrought with extraordinary skill—push the boundaries of art: his work can seem refreshingly informal in the gallery but surprisingly elegant on the street.

McGee has long viewed the city itself as a living space for art and activism, but his more recent work has brought the urban condition into the space of the gallery. Increasingly, his installation environments express the anarchic vitality of the inner-city street, incorporating overturned cars and trucks, and often spill beyond the frame of the gallery or museum.

Photos by Peter Cavagnaro

Kick Starter Campaign to Light the SPECIAL DELIVERY 2012 Graffiti Mural Exhibit

Thursday, July 26th, 2012

We have a beautiful abandoned ink factory full of over 50 murals from artists like Swampy, Optimist, GATS, Pemex, Nesta, Ras Terms, Del Phresh and many more. We would like to open it for public viewing on Sept 8th, 2012 but we need your help raising funds to rent generators and lights. We have loads of original artwork for thank you gifts for people who donate. Please tell your friends about our Kick Starter….

INBETWEEN – Collective Art Installation – Saturday February 11th, 2012

Tuesday, February 7th, 2012

Dan Bortz Art Show.

“In Between” an art show rooted in collaboration featuring the artwork and installation’s of Nick Mann, Brett Flanigan, Craig Rodgers and Dan Bortz. The varying styles and perspective’s in each artist’s work will make this a showing not to be missed.
Collectively they have worked together in creating sweeping public murals and have added visual mysticism to residents day to day all over the country. “In Between” will serve as the first time this group of inbetweener’s will work together in a gallery setting. Each artist is a veritable force with strong creative voice and technique. When working together the work speaks of the future, reminding the viewer of our place within worldly folklore. Dream sequences of possibility, driven in self discovery each artist is pushing life forward within mixed media offerings. By employing native and primitive drawing aesthetics’, they create a visual enema is that re investigates mankind, the world’s animal kingdom and universe itself.

THE LAYUP – Train Themed Photo Show – Saturday 01/07/12

Wednesday, January 4th, 2012

A couple of our favorite photographers will be showing at this event. It should be worth checking out.

– 7pm – 11pm
– $3 Donation @ door
– 18+
– No in/out
– No outside drink
– No weapons, Security strictly enforced
– Smoking patio
– Blackbook friendly

Constructive Destruction 4 DVD available at a show-only price of $10.
Select Load Limit merch available at show-only prices.

Rain or shine.

SPECIAL DELIVERY 2011 Video – Portland, OR

Tuesday, November 8th, 2011

Special Delivery – Portland 2011 from Endless Canvas on Vimeo.

Special Delivery was a massive warehouse take over in Portland that featured prolific Bay Area graffiti artists like Swampy, Feral Child, GATS, Bella Ciao, Just Becauz, Dead Eyes, Attica, Pink Eyes, Political Gridlock, ATWA, Old Crow, Doodles, Coyote, Logo, GoreB, Nart, Cuss, Nina and more.

The show was held at the Railyard in Portland, OR July 2011.

LOCALS ONLY Art Opening at RVCA – San Francisco, CA

Sunday, October 16th, 2011

(Above piece by NART)

(Above pieces by NART)

(Top right piece by TWIST)

STICKER NERDS 2 – Video – Portland, OR

Saturday, October 1st, 2011

Sticker Nerds 2 opened last night in Portland. It was by far the most impressive sticker art show I’ve yet to attend. Artists built an entire living room with furniture, piles of electrical equipment and even a blow up sex doll all completely covered in stickers. The show received over 200 packages from sticker artists internationally. The amount of content in this room was overwhelming but we did our best to take some close up photos of the pieces that caught our attention to put together this short slide show for you.

NART – Special Delivery Art Show – Portland, 2011

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Nart Special Delivery.

For more photos and info about the Special Delivery show…