NEXT SHOW

7TH - 21ST SEPTEMBER 2017 // NEVERCREW // SCALES // DEBUT UK SOLO EXHIBITION 

 

 

Unit 5 proudly presents, Scales the debut UK solo exhibition from world renowned painters and muralists, NEVERCREW!

 

Established in 1996 the Swiss duo have spent the past two decades producing some of the largest and most impressive murals the world has seen.

 

Reflecting mankind's effect on the natural environment and the ecosystem, "Scales" delves into the often flawed relationship between natural and manmade environments.

 

NEVERCREW are at the top of their game and Unit 5 Gallery is honoured to showcase a stunning new collection of original paintings and sculptures.

 

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LAST SHOW

ALEX SENNA // THE NADA // DEBUT UK SOLO EXHIBITION 

 

 

The Nada, Brazilian street artist Alex Senna’s first ever UK solo exhibiton, presented 18 impressive new canvases of the artists’ languid, beguiling and dramatic black and white works. 

 

An active street artist since 2008, and accomplished illustrator since 2000, Senna’s bold and figurative illustrations tell interesting tragicomic stories, the stylishly absurd woven 

seamlessly into each one. His fragile human moments have been stretched, dreamlike 

across brickwork arches, shopfronts, walled up windows and urban concrete intersections 

across the world, and his work is steadily growing in recognition. 

 

 

PAST SHOWS

IN DEPTH: A COLLECTIVE EXHIBITION OF STREET ART SCULPTURE

 

Featuring works from: Axel Void (ES), Ben Eine (UK), Biancoshock (IT), Cityzen Kane (UK), Dont Fret (US), Edwin (AU), Herakut (DE), Hin (HK), Isaac Cordal (ES), Jimmy C (AU), Jo Peel (UK), Jonesy (UK), Lily Mixe (FR), Mark McClure (UK), Mobstr (UK), Peeta Ead (IT), Pixel Pancho (IT), Push Crew (DE), Ronzo (DE), Slinkachu (UK), Will Coles (AU) and more…

 

10th - 26th February 2017 

 

 

The first London group show of its kind, ‘In Depth’ shone the spotlight on the often clandestine yet ever expanding world of street art sculpture. The show featured works from over 20 highly acclaimed artists; from those known primarily for their sculptural work on the streets, to those who are renowned for their large-scale murals and sought after canvases.

 

 

EDWIN & DONT FRET  //  THE DISTINCT SOUND OF LAUGHTER IN THE DISTANCE 

 

Edwin and Dont Fret prove that distance is no barrier for two young artists with a penchant for social activism and late nights with buckets of paint. Over the course of 2016, the pair embarked on a dialogue spanning 4000 miles, exchanging words and ideas via social media between their home towns of Chicago and London.

 

These messages were then sprayed onto walls in the other artist's city. What began as a "graffiti pen pal project" expanded with the events of 2016. The UK's Brexit vote, the turmoil of the US Presidential Election, the Refugee Crisis, each served to influence a project about a world that is so capable of being connected, yet so diconnected. 

 

‘The Distinct Sound of Laughter in the Distance’ culmunated in an exhibition of works by both artists from 11th November - 3rd December 2016. The exhibition coincided with a book release: a special documention of the work and process the two artists created for this special project over the year. The book is available to order from the gallery store. 

 

BAULT // TAR: UK DEBUT SOLO SHOW

 

The highly imaginative surrealist French painter and street artist has become a cult icon over the past few years for his playful, insanely colourful yet highly technically characters which have been produced on all manner of surfaces, both legally and illegally, across the world.

 

A resident of Paris, Bault started painting graffiti in 1997 and entered the École des Beaux-Arts d’Avignon before moving to the school of Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg. From graffiti artworks, the artist evolved to experiment with video art, graphic design and illustration. 

 

Exploring different techniques and materials, Bault creates his own mythology, transforming and recomposing places, objects, animals, people, styles. Bault plays with the absurd and invites us to question our preconceived sense of reality. In October 2016, Bault's first UK solo show saw him transform the galleryy space with a huge variety of fanatastic works created with a plethora of traditional and non-traditional materials. 

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