Just had word there’s another show coming up at Guerilla Galleries on the Gloucester Road later this month, imaginatively titled ‘The New Show’. In the spirit of traditional lazy journalism, mixed with honesty, i’ll just leave it to their media release to tell you about it.
Guerrilla Galleries’ latest show opens its doors on Thursday 28th February at 7pm for the private view – and the exhibition continues through March.
Continuing on from the acclaimed first showing, Guerilla Galleries’ new exhibition showcases even more of Bristol’s – and the UK’s – finest artists from established names, to underground, controversial, and breaking new artists including Inkie, Cheo, Ghostboy, Mr Jago, Rowdy, Andy Council, Pure Evil and Monsta.
Guerrilla Galleries is Bristol’s only dedicated graffiti and street art gallery and fast becoming one of the freshest and most exciting contemporary art destinations in the West Country.
The exhibition has a variety of original art from one off canvasses through to limited edition screen prints. All artworks are for sale and can be purchased from as little as £25.
“Our first exhibition was a major success story for Bristol’s burgeoning street art scene, but this time, we’ve made it even better. Bristol is an amazing place to be for street art right now, and it’s about time that these amazing artists have somewhere to showcase, share and sell their art.” says Julian Monaghan of Guerrilla Galleries
Be there please, my guess is you’ll be annoyed you weren’t in a few years time if you aren’t.