Weapon of Choice is new street art gallery opening on St Michael’s Hill, Bristol on Friday 8th May. Showcasing fresh new talent from the city along side more established artists.
The gallery has grown from a monthly live painting night in Bristol. Each month inviting some of the best upcoming artists to collaborate together coinciding with upcoming local dj’s, bands and acts.
Gallery Owner Cheba says, ‘Our approach will focus on solo artist shows, allowing free reign for the artist to take over the space painting the walls how they like. The gallery will also hold a group exhibition of up to 20 artists every 6 months, selling original artwork from a range of young aspiring to internationally known artists’.
For the opening group show there are many exciting artists including Radiohead album cover artist Stanley Donwood, Mysterious Al from London plus artists that have work in the current Bristol RWA ‘Crimes of Passion’ exhibition including: Inkie, Jody, Mr Jago, Lokey, Andy Council, 45rpm, Sepr, Cheba and many more.
As well as original artworks there will be screenprints, books, artist designed clothing, Posterman pens and Fairtrade coffee on sale. The WOC gallery will be a hub for artists to meet up and collaborate and work on various projects together.
The gallery has already had some great support from Puma and Red Bull. Weapon of Choice would also like to invite any artist’s to get in contact regarding projects and exhibiting opportunities: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday 8th May 2009 6-10pm
Running until 2nd June.
14 St Michael’s Hill
Bristol, BS2 8DT.