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Don’t miss this Juggernaut Houston exhibition highlighting the big names in street art, from Banksy to Pure Evil

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What do you want to know: Opening this week in Houston, Gallery off the wall will present “Burner: a collective exhibition of international street artists.” Featuring an incredible range of well-known and acclaimed street and graffiti artists from around the world – from Banksy and Dalek to Zero Gradient and Magnus Gjoen – the show spotlights the best in the business. The range of media on display will be equally diverse, including mixed media works, hand-signed prints and hard-to-find posters. The gallery will host three receptions, two openings on Saturday March 25 and Sunday March 26, as well as a closing on April 15, 2023. For the Opening Receptions by RSVPvisitors will be able to meet Berlin graffiti artist Simon Rohlen, better known as Kef!, whose work will also be exhibited. According to Kef!, the name means “scar”, which is how he regards the art on the walls, as an indelible mark left by the hand of the artist. Inspired by spirituality, her spellbinding compositions aim to evoke balance and harmony in the viewer.

Why we love it: The title of the exhibition “Burner” is inspired by the vernacular of street art; a burner artwork is a complex, highly stylized and often large work that “burns the wall” due to its exceptionality. Whether new to street art and graffiti or already avid, the breadth and scope of works included in the show offer viewers the opportunity to experience a host of distinctive styles from creators across the globe. entire. Arguably more than any other genre of artistic creation, street art and graffiti are notoriously nimble and adaptive, with artists moving from prints and posters to paintings and collectibles. Instead of adhering to a specific medium, the artists here have developed and perfected their own bold and distinctive aesthetic which they use across platforms to express ideas and themes important to them. From Banksy’s irreverent portrayal of Madonna to the meditative motifs of KEF! and Zero Gradient’s use of old-school graffiti techniques and patterns, “Burner” offers an almost encyclopedic introduction to a hugely popular generation of artists and genre of art.

According to the Gallery: “This is our first street art exhibit since we opened forty-five years ago in Houston, and we can’t help but feel pretty cool! Our gallery represents works of art by incredible contemporary artists and modern masters, and being able to offer works by incredibly talented, purchased street and urban artists, creating works of art of aesthetic value enhances enormously work from our gallery’s collection. It opens doors to new conversations around art, free speech, current affairs, and a new generation of artists to watch. – Mimi Sperber, director and gallerist at Off the Wall Gallery

See the works in the exhibition below.

Banksy, Marie toxic (2021).  Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Banksy, Mary toxic (2021). Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Dotmaster, Line 'Em Out (2019).  Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

dotmaster, ‘Em Out line (2019). Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Zero Gradient, Imogen – Red Light (2021).  Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Zero gradient, Imogen – Red Light (2021). Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Magnus Gjoen, I'd Rather Be Happy Than Worthy (2016).  Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Magnus Gjoen, I’d rather be happy than worthy (2016). Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Vinnie Nylon, A Touch of Lilac (2021).  Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

VinnyNylon, A touch of lilac (2021). Courtesy of Off the Wall Gallery, Houston.

Burner: a collective exhibition of international street artistsis on display at the Off the Wall Gallery, Houston, from March 25 to April 15, 2023.

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