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Anti-eviction street art in Brixton

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Brixton Arches: anti-eviction street art sends out a message to Network Rail. With most of the businesses now evicted from Brixton’s railway arches, local street artists @Morganico and @MariaInPaint have sent out a message to Network Rail, decrying their […]

Dulwich Outdoor Gallery comes indoors

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Dulwich Outdoor Gallery has come inside! Nearly all of the participating artists are selling their artworks in a new pop-up shop in the heart of Dulwich Village. The Dulwich Indoor Gallery was launched during the […]

David Shillinglaw Refurbishes Samson and Delilah Street Art

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Artist David Shillinglaw unveiled a revamped version of Samson and Delilah last Thursday after the original was tagged and defaced. Three years ago, David Shillinglaw was asked to reinterpret a painting from the Dulwich Picture […]

Street art vs Fine art – So which do you prefer?

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I’m no art expert nor am I an artist, but I’ve always admired art ever since I can remember. At school I loved painting and drawing and learning about so many different artists. My love for […]

Dulwich Authors’ Evening – Books for Christmas

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Beautiful books about Dulwich by Dulwich authors. You can hear three local authors talk about their books, meet them and buy personalised copies at an event at the Old College Library, Dulwich College this coming Monday, […]

New wall for Dulwich Outdoor Gallery by Mad C

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What happened to that lovely bee (or was it a fly, an ant….?) that was sitting on a throne with cups of tea/coffee in its hands?  It was much loved, and then one day there […]

‘Street Art Book Art’ – a show of illuminated books by the artists of Dulwich Outdoor Gallery

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You have probably seen all that street art popping up in the Dulwich area in the last couple of years. And you have probably gathered that they are pretty much all based on paintings in the permanent collection of Dulwich Picture Gallery. A large, lavishly illustrated book has been written about this strange project: ‘Street Art Fine Art’. Now 15 of the participating street artists have painted many of the covers of this hardback, and these illuminated books are on show at C&C Gallery in Forest Hill. ‘Street Art Book Art’ is on until 19 July.

Brockley’s colourful street art

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The first ever Brockley street art festival was held in early June 2015. The colourful artworks can be seen on walls in schools, pubs and even the front of houses. Brockley is not normally known for it’s […]

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