Opening Reception: Friday, May 25, 2012 (6-10pm)
Gallery Address: 47 Monroe Street New York, NY 10002
Klughaus Gallery is excited to present 'Silverlink', a group show featuring a collection of recent works by London-based ATG artists Jamie Brown, Dominic Corry, Will Robson-Scott and Jack Murray. Founded in 2000, ATG (Ahead’a The Game) is a diverse collective of graffiti writers, visual artists, musicians and DJ’s rooted in London sub-culture.
The title of the show, ‘Silverlink’ refers to the former name of an over ground line that runs from the East to the West of London. This particular line played an integral part in the worlds of all the artists involved. The group show will showcase a mix of photography, illustration, painting, collage and sculpture.
Over the last decade, the four exhibitors have been successful in following their individual creative path from their hometown of London to projects, commissions, and exhibits all over of the world. The 'Silverlink' show at Klughaus Gallery will be their United States debut.
Jamie Brown is a prolific artist who eagerly embraces new methods and materials. His work spans from illustration, design and large-scale murals, to art direction and 3D work. Whatever the medium, Brown consistently produces visuals with powerful colors, bold forms and positive messages that are impossible to ignore.
Dominic Corry emerged from the underground graffiti scene in the early millennium and currently works as an illustrator/designer in Los Angeles. Corry’s work is heavily inspired by classic advertising and figurative painting. His sense of humor is clearly evident in his characters and typography.
Will Robson-Scott is a London photographer currently living in New York. His work focuses on subcultures and people living on the edge of society. His work has been featured in several well-known publications including Time Out, The Independent, I.D, MixMag, Mass Appeal, Vice, and Dazed & Confused. In 2009, Robson-Scott’s work was featured throughout Crack & Shine, the first book to document London’s graffiti sub-culture. Most recently, Will’s documentation of the Gumball Rally culminated in an exhibition with Estevan Oriol in Los Angeles.
As a founding member of the ATG movement, Jack Murray (Panik) is a young artist who has been one of the key figures in the UK graffiti scene over the last decade. His typical work is a reflection of everyday emotions and life's continual twists and turns communicated through paintings rich in mixed media. Murray combines his distinct style and energetic delivery in innovative spaces both on and off the streets. He has exhibited successful solo shows at established galleries in London and Amsterdam.
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