Ben Oakley Gallery brings stencil artist Otto Schade to South London this month with a show titled Urban Schade. The show opens on Friday 20th January and runs until Sunday 5th February.
 Along with a totally new body of work there will be a couple of Limited Prints, you will need to get down to Greenwich if you want one of these as they are available only to visitors to the gallery.   
Press Release:
In January 2012, Otto Schade brings his extraordinary artwork to the Ben Oakley Gallery in Greenwich. He will be exhibiting original unseen artwork and ltd edition prints for a 2 week period from 21st January – 4th February. Originally from Concepcion in Northern Chile, Schade now lives in London. Schade uses his ribbons to compose beautifully intricate images, often referencing popular culture. However, he also creates more thought-provoking works, that resonate with deep and symbolic meaning. Schade has forged a reputation as one of London’s foremost street artists, with his instantly recognisable ribbon motif adorning many walls throughout London and beyond gaining admiration and respect from Private collectors and Artists alike.
The Prints

 50cm X 50cm on Somerset 310 gsm Fine Art Paper
Edition of 25

70cm X 35cm on Somerset 310 gsm fine art paper
Edition of 25

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

About time we got some action south of the river, well done B.O.Gallery