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‘Beyond The Streets’ | Los Angeles
A Street Art Exhibition that is Dramatically Expanding the Story of Graffiti
‘Beyond the Streets’, an excitingly rambling show of diverse work by street artists housed in an LA warehouse, curated by graffiti historian Roger Gastman is currently open for the public through to 6th July at 1667 North Main Street. For those in Los Angeles, we do suggest a trip to the warehouse.

We are proud to announce that Peter Burke's work will be shown at the joint exhibition 'Revelation of the Head' & 'Henry Lamb RA: People Portraits' at Messums Wiltshire that will open with a summer party on the 26th May. The show encapsulates the fascination with this remarkable body part. And their 13th century barn is the setting for a carefully chosen selection of some of the best heads that history has to offer; ranging from ancient Greek, Egyptian, Contemporary & Self-referential depictions. Profits will be donated to HeadSmart, a campaign run by The Brain Tumour Charity.

Roy Lichtenstein, a Pop Art pioneer, who revolutionised how art can radically transform from its original finesse, delicacy and in to 'that are usable, forceful, and vital about commercial art'. This controversy is has made Lichtenstein one of the great American Pop artists to date, there was something refreshingly banal, impetuous and almost superficial, but also extremely relatable.

A bronze sculpture by the Modernist artist Constantin Brancusi has sold for the record-smashing price of $57.37 million in New York on Monday. This is the highest price achieved for the Romanian-born sculptor and more than twice the pre-sale estimate. The artwork depicting a woman’s head titled “La...