Who is Dome?

Christian Krämer aka Dome is a German artist from Karlsruhe. Since the year 2000 Dome has been participating in numerous exhibitions mainly in Germany.
His style has developed significantly over the years, mainly in the use (or lack) of colour. In the beginning of his artistic career Dome liked to use a large variety of vibrant colours, however, since 2012 he’s been more into monochrome and keeping the object speak for itself without adding too much colour.
His works are highly detailed, realistic and surrealistic at the same time.

Enjoy his murals!


~ By Dome ~ Untitled – Sadler’s Wells Theater in London, UK – Photo: domeone.de


~ By Dome ~ Untitled – Sadler’s Wells Theater in London, UK – Photo: domeone.de

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10th Anniversary Exhibition in L.A.

Corey Helford Gallery is throwing their biggest event ever to mark their 10-year anniversary, when they kick off their 10th Anniversary Gala exhibition–displaying new works from over 100 of the finest American and International artists–on Saturday, August 27th from 7-11pm at 571 S. Anderson St. (Enter on Willow St), Los Angeles, CA 90033.

New Figurative, Neo-Classicists, Pop Surreal, Pop Iconic, Street and Graffiti, Eco-Pop and Fantasy Romanticists — they will all be represented as some of the finest and most sought-after artists help CHG celebrate this milestone with all new works, created specifically for this gala exhibition.

The galleries biggest event by far was “Art From The New World” in 2010 at the Bristol City Museum, where Banksy had held his solo the year before. The exhibition saw over 60,000 visitors in only three months and established the American New Contemporary Art movement in the UK and Europe. But the best part may have been the opening night where Dita Von Teese performed one of her famous burlesque dances in an Edwardian-era British museum. Another highlight was the D*Face exhibition, “Going Nowhere Fast,” where CHG returned the favor and brought a huge UK talent to his proper recognition here in the States. The “Cheat Death” tombstone D*Face, placed on Charlie Sheen’s Walk-of-Fame star, brought a lot of attention.

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HUSH’s Exhibition in L.A.

UK street and fine artist HUSH is known for his mixed techniques of collage, graffiti, stencil, painting and drawing that have translated directly from street to gallery.
HUSH participated in both solo and group exhibitions and shows worldwide, including galleries in Los Angeles, New York City, Miami, London, Basel, San Francisco, Melbourne and Berlin.

HUSH is debuting his new collection of work in L.A. on Saturday, May 28th at Corey Helford Gallery in Downtown Los Angeles (571 S. Anderson St.). His exhibition is titled “Allure” and it will be on view through July 2, 2016. This new exhibition will be his second solo at the gallery and feature 24 new works.


~ By HUSH ~ “Allure” acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint on linen

Opening reception will occur on Saturday, May 28 from 7-11pm.

“Blaze” acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint & ink on linen, 55” round

~ By HUSH ~ “Blaze” acrylic paint, screen print, spray paint & ink on linen

Continue reading for more info about HUSH and his work. 

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Fanakapan Exhibition

Starting tomorrow Fanakapan is going to have his first ever solo show titled ‘INFLATION’ in London at BSMT Space – a contemporary project space situated underground in the centre of Dalston. The exhibition runs until 24th April!

Fanakapan Inflation

Photo: BSMT.co.uk

“BSMT SPACE is very proud to present ‘INFLATION’ – the first solo show by acclaimed Street Artist Fanakapan, opening on the 8th of April with a private viewing on April 7th. One of the most impressive artists on the scene, with a style of his own that he continually redefines, Fanakapan is set to push the boundaries of his visual masterpieces further in what will be a stellar exhibition that you really won’t want to miss.”
– bsmt.co.uk

Fanakapan Brixton

~ By Fanakapan ~ Photo: globalstreetart

For more information about Fanakapan’s work click here → Who Is Fanakapan?

Have a great day!

HERAKUT’s Exhibition in L.A.

If you happen to be in Los Angeles today – March 26 make sure to visit HERAKUT’s exhibition titled “Masters Of Wrong” at Corey Helford Gallery. The show opens Saturday, March 26 from 7:00-11:00 PM and will remain on display through Wednesday, April 20 at the tastemaker gallery’s new expansive 12,000 square foot space on Anderson Street in downtown Los Angeles.

A month ago you could read an article about the German duo there: Meet Herakut.
Here is some more info about the two amazing artists:
After joining forces in 2004, HERA (Jasmin Siddiqui) and AKUT (Falk Lehmann) merged their names and styles to collaborate as HERAKUT. Since then, the duo have been painting murals all over the world, along with additional work on canvas, paper and film for gallery and museum shows.
Beyond international exhibitions around the world (France, Gaza, Germany and Jordan, among many others), live festival showings at Glastonbury (U.K.), Coachella (U.S.) and an appearance at the Happy 80th Birthday, Dalai Lama celebration (U.S.), this marks HERAKUT’s debut solo exhibition at the Corey Helford Gallery and first in their new downtown Los Angeles gallery. In advance of the “Masters Of Wrong” exhibition, HERAKUT painted a mural on the exterior wall of the gallery.

'Masters of Wrong' Spraypaint + acrylic paint + charcoal on canvas - 47.5 x 71

~ By HERAKUT ~ “Masters of Wrong” – Spraypaint + acrylic paint + charcoal on canvas – 47.5 x 71

With “Masters Of Wrong,” HERAKUT continues to, in their words, “draw attention towards problematic social issues, personal ones or those of global scale.” Their own beliefs are inspired by a certain kind of optimism, “for as long as we can see the problems in front of us, we stand at a good enough distance to still fix it.’”

'I Could Sit With You Forever' Spraypaint + acrylic paint + charcoal on canvas - 39.5 x 55

~ By HERAKUT ~ “I Could Sit With You Forever” – Spraypaint + acrylic paint + charcoal on canvas – 39.5 x 55

HERAKUT consider themselves as “storytellers” who want to share their thoughts and questions with the public, so their figurative work is always accompanied with text. Their process of painting is also a dialogue with both artists adding their individual techniques to the piece. Jasmin uses her drawing skills on finding the form and proportion of their characters, while Falk specializes on painting the photorealistic elements.

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