Friday, November 08, 2013

NellyDuff presents EINE's Tenderloin A-Z & The World Atlas of Street Art & Graffiti

Ben Eine

Back in September iconic UK street artist Ben EINE, now based in San Francisco returned to London to collaborate with London gallery Nelly Duff for the release of a 52 colour screen printed edition ‘Tenderloin A-Z' which took its name from an area of San Francisco. For the release of the edition Nelly Duff hosted an impressive event in a disused warehouse space in East London with all the 'Tenderloin A-Z' editions on display along with a series of prints showing the entire printing process of the edition.

The event (covered here)  also marked the launch of new publication from Aurum Press, The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffitiby Dr.Rafael Schacter, co-curator of the Tate Modern's renowned 'Street Art' exhibition. EINE is one of the featured street artists in this new reference book, documenting the worldwide geography of the Street Art genre.

If you missed the launch party Nelly Duff have just released a short film showcasing Eine's 'Tederloin A-Z' print and launch party of ‘The World Atlas of Street Art & Graffiti’. Check the short film below.


Ben Eine



A number of the Tenderloin A-Z editions are still available online directly from the Nelly Duff website.The World Atlas of Street Art and Graffitiby Dr.Rafael Schacter is on sale now and is available from Amazon here.

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2 comments:

Nora Clavis said...

London has such a great art scene. The opening of the Serpentine Sackler Gallery adds another great location to this arts city: Read more on:

http://www.prfire.co.uk/arts-entertainment/opening-of-the-serpentine-sackler-gallery-148329

Nora Clavis said...

I read an interesting article recently abut a new spot on the London art scene:

check the Opening of the Serpentine gallery: http://larswindhorst-archive.co.uk/2013/10/opening-of-the-serpentine-sackler-gallery-lars-windhorst/