Street Art: Contemporary Prints from the V&A

9 Oct 2010 – 16 Jan 2011

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Free Admission

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The Herbert Art Gallery & Museum is the first venue to host a brand new touring exhibition from the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - Street Art: Contemporary Prints from the V&A. Street art is a diverse, constantly evolving art from, one that moves across the derelict buildings, bus shelters and hoardings of cities around the world. Its roots lie in history, echoing cave paintings and stencilled slogans and images in political campaigning. The exhibition showcases the work of some of the biggest artists in the street art community such as Banksy, Shepard Fairey, Sickboy, Pure Evil and D*Face. The Herbert has also commisioned six emerging artists on the UK street scene to decorate its white walls. Fresh Paint will contain brand new work form Pahnl, SPQR, Lucy McLauchlan, Ben Slow, AsOne and Newso. To explore another aspect of the street art scene, the Herbert will be showcasing new aerosol art from Birmingham based graffiti artist Mohammed Ali. Ali calls his art, AerosolArabic, a unique fusion of urban graffiti art with traditional Arabic Islamic calligraphy.

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