Blind Angle presents Jef Aerosol’s first solo show in the United Kingdom where he will present his most recent body of work in Spray It Loud.
Opening tonight, Jef will take over a disused church opposite Holloway prison. Using his library of stencils, walls inside the church will be covered with his iconic characters (stencilled on the wall, on canvas and on cardboard), another converted into a live installation cardboard wall (which Jef will stencil on during the exhibition) and another will be a projection wall where images of Jef’s ‘Street’ stencils and paste ups will be screened.
Available at the exhibition will be signed copies of “VIP Very Important Pochoirs”, a fully colour illustrated book of Jef Aerosol’s work. On the opening night Blind Angle will release a limited edition screen print titled ‘Sitting Kid’.
Islington Arts Factory | 2 Parkhurst Road, Holloway | London
Private View: Friday 8th February 2008, 18-21 PM
Exhibition: 8th – 22nd February 2008
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