Masters of Invention

Image Credit: Khashayar Naimanan ‘Die for the rest of your life’ Enamel and Etch on steel

Devon Guild of Craftsmen, Riverside Mill, Bovey Tracey, Devon, TQ13 9AF

01626 832223
https://www.crafts.org.uk/Exhibitions

Saturday 18 May 2019 – Sunday 07 July 2019
Opening Hours: 10.00 - 17.30

Workshop

Mindspray - creative workshop
Sunday 30th June 2019, 10am - 4.30pm
£25, Suitable for 12-18 years.
Booking recommended

Workshop

Moving 3-D Graffiti
Wednesday 29th May 2019, 10am -12.30pm & 1.30 – 4pm
Free, family drop-in event

Masters of Invention brings together a new collection of artworks and installations by influential figures from the culture of graffiti writing over the past 40 years, all emerging from the youth-led cultures of punk and hip-hop, all sharing a dedication to honing their craft through multi-disciplinary practice. These leading UK and European artists now make up a pioneering group - their roots firmly set in the origins of the now global creative phenomenon, and contemporary art scene, with art works exploring creative possibilities away from the city walls and subways.

Artists Errol Donald and Khashayar Naimanan, who are also exhibitors, curate the show. They aim to position the works within the context of contemporary craft, sculpture and image making.

Alongside this bold exhibition there will be a number of additional creative events.

 

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