Skewville — Slow Your Roll
Growing up in the underground NY Art Scene was all about respect and paying your dues. After a decade of deviance, Skewville is as well known for their creative, aggressive questioning of this popular street art culture as they are for being a monumental part of it with their wooden sneaker mission. The growing popularity of this art movement has made Skewville check itself, always remembering why they started in the first place.
The show opens with a private view 18 March 7:00-10:00pm at the High Rollers Society and will run at the gallery until the 24 April 2010.
High Roller Society | 10 Palmers Road | London | E2 0SY
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