Stencil artist C215 - Book Signing At Signal Gallery
For all you fans of French stencil artist C215, the artist is set to return to London this weekend, Saturday 21st April. C215 was last in town at the start of March when he hit the streets of East London with a whole new series of his signature stencil portraits.
This weekend will see The Signal Gallery host the artist for a signing of his latest book titled 'C215 Street Art'. Published by Pyramyd Editions in France, the book will be exclusively available in the UK at The Signal Gallery and will be priced at £15.
C215 will also be bringing a small collection of new works which will be on view and for sale in the galleries showroom over the weekend. Knowing the artist he'll no doubt be at work around Shoreditch over the weekend, hitting the streets with some new stencil work so keep your eyes peeled!. If you plan on attending the book launch, please drop The Signal Gallery an email in advance(firstname.lastname@example.org) to give them an idea as to the number of books to have available at the launch. See some of you at the launch on Saturday.
Saturday 21st April at 3pm
Signal Gallery - 32 Paul Street - London EC2A 4LB
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