Elph solo show back in March the Recoat Gallery in Glasgow are preparing for the opening of their next exhibition 'Rudimentary Perfection'. This group show is set to open on the 1 July 2011 at the gallery space and will be the UK’s first comprehensive Graffuturism Exhibition. The show pulls together an impressive group of notable international artists linked by their innovative spirit and shared graffiti heritage. The project is being heralded as one of the finest of its kind to take place anywhere in the world this year and we are a little jealous of those living in our near Glasgow.
"Each of these artists has ventured down unique paths in their post graffiti output; each offers a radical take on expressive, figurative and letter-based abstraction. These works, while differing in approach and execution retain the sense of movement, assured marks and imperfect beauty of graffiti itself."
The participating artists include She One, Duncan Jago, Jaybo Monk, Matt W. Moore, Augustine Kofie, Nawer, Morten Andersen, Poesia, Derm, and Mark Lyken.
Opening Night. Fri 1st July. 7-10pm
Show runs from 2nd to the 31st July 2011
Recoat Gallery | 323 North Woodside Road | G20 6ND | Glasgow
Images via Recoat Gallery
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