Located in Shoreditch, London (at the end of Brick Lane) StolenSpace Gallery is now in our fifteenth year exhibiting a genre of artwork that has been variously labelled as ‘Underground Art’, ‘Street Art’ or ‘Urban Art’. Some of our artists have an Urban Art background in Graffiti and Street Art, but not exclusively – all however, are influenced by society’s prevailing subcultures where there are few rules and anything is possible. At StolenSpace we continue to offer the life-giving vitality of this environment an alternative artistic home, after being long overlooked by traditional galleries. The diversity of our Urban Art on show continues to boast why StolenSpace Gallery has such a high reputation as the top destination for Street Art. StolenSpace works closely with our artists – creating an inclusive and unique relationship with both artist, client and viewer in a fresh, contemporary space.
A.CE, Alex Yanes, Andrew McAttee, Arth Daniels, Beau Stanton, Ben Frost, Ben Turnball, Buff Monster, C215, Charlie Anderson, Crystal Wagner, Curtis Kulig, CYRCLE. D*Face, David Bray, EINE, EVOCA1, Felipe Pantone, Gary Stranger, Haroshi, Herakut, Jamie Evans, Jana & JS, Jason Woodside, Jim Houser, Joram Roukes, Josie Morway, Kai & Sunny, Kevin Cyr, Low Bros, Max Rippon, Maya Hayuk, Meggs, Meryl Donoghue, Miss Van, Mysterious Al, Oker, Okuda, Paul Stephenson, Pixel Pancho, Pref, Ramon Maiden, Reka, ROA Rone, Ronzo, Ryan Callanan, SEEN, Shepard Fairey, Snik, Sylvia Ji, The London Police, Twoone, Usugrow, Vinnie Nylon, Von, Will Barras, Word To Mother, X-O The Lost Object
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Not your typical white gallery, offering exposed brick walls and raw concrete flooring and an abundance of natural lighting. Occupying a former stonemason’s workshop our gallery is available for all manner of events.
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