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Stolenspace Gallery

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by Mike Whyte (subscribe)
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Published September 1st 2014
For the love of art


There are so many galleries in London, so, so many galleries...

If you go to the East End of London you may even say that the area is a gallery, thanks to all the street art that proliferates around there. So with so much to see already, why would I recommend yet another gallery in Brick Lane?

Simply this - Stolenspace Gallery is cool. I have been to a lot of galleries in London, and not many can consistently capture my attention as this one can. Here it is possible to see some great young artists, with a vibe all of their own, deliver shows that buzz with creativity...

Taking in a lot of the influences that surround them, artists such as Andrew McAttee, D*Face and Miss Van deliver very different works which take in all kinds of street influences, creating edgy and exciting work, both influenced by, and yet at odds with popular culture.

With a wide range of artists already having shown here, and an exciting programme ahead, Stolenspace is a gallery that delivers on quality, and has its finger on the pulse of great modern urban art.

Should you wish to buy artwork, there is plenty for sale, as can be seen on there online shop, with items that should suit most tastes and budgets.

If you like your art contemporary and edgy, you now have a new place to go - enjoy...



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Why? It is soon to be your new modern art gallery of choice.
When: Monday : CLOSED Tuesday - Sunday : 11:00am - 7:00pm
Phone: 44 (0) 207 247 2684
Where: 17 Osborn Street, London E1 6TD
Cost: free to look, individual prices for items
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