Futurism 2.0 Exhibition Photos / Video
Thursday 27th September saw Hookedblog attend the private view of the Futurism 2.0 exhibition at East London's Blackall Studios. Despite the heavy rainfall, we arrived at the gallery to find a massive queue of people patiently waiting outside to gain entry into the well over capacity gallery. With many of the featured artists present at the opening event, the evening was like a who's who of the London street and graffiti scene with a large number of artists in attendance showing support for the show.
Curated and produced by London-based Gamma Performa owner Rob Swain, the Futurism 2.0 show features a selection of works from Augustine Kofie, Phil Ashcroft, Boris Tellegen (Delta), James Choules (sheOne), Matt W. Moore, Mark Lyken, Sat One, Christopher Derek Bruno, Moneyless, Mr Jago, Nawer, O. Two, Morten Andersen, Keith Hopewell(Part2ism), Jaybo Monk, Poesia, Derm, Jerry Inscoe (Joker), Remi/Rough, Divine Styler and Clemens Behr.
With such a large crowd in attendance at the private view on Thursday evening it made it next to impossible to photography let alone see most of the work on display, resulting in a second visit from us to the gallery over the weekend to bring you these pictures. We will bring you a full selection of images from the show shortly so check back soon.
Futurism 2.0 - Blackall Studios - 73a Leonard Street - London
The team behind the Futurism 2.0 show over at Gamma Performa have just dropped the short show recap video featuring the opening night as well as a complete gallery walk through of the work that was on show. Have a look below:
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