Category Archive: bsmt space

Interview with Irish street artist Eoin O’Connor

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Originally from Dublin but now based out of the west coast of Ireland, Eoin O Connor is an artist whose work we have admired since first coming across his art the best part… Continue reading

We meet Colombian street artist Stinkfish as he prepares for Portraits in Transit his new show in London

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“It’s about taking people from one location and placing them in another” Stinkfish tells me as we meet to talk about his new show ‘Portraits in Transit‘ soon to be showcasing at Dalston’s… Continue reading

Ten of the Best Galleries to see street and urban art in London

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There are some great galleries in London and we enjoy going to as many as we can in order to see some of the best art around.  In particular those galleries that showcase… Continue reading

Graffiti and street art legends of Shoreditch and London’s East End Mob

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London’s East End is well known as the hub of the graffiti and street art scene of the city. Areas like Shoreditch and Brick Lane have long  hosted iconic works from mysterious artists… Continue reading

Meet Lolie Darko the French street artist bringing her sad party to London for her first solo show

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Lolie Darko’s sad faced children have been appearing around London for a while now.  Often accompanied with captions, the works stop people in their tracks as they try and make sense of the… Continue reading

Greek street artists visit London and put on a show in Dalston

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Some of the Greece’s finest street artists got an outing in Dalston as part of the latest group show to be hosted by the popular BSMT Space gallery. Featuring favourites of this blog,… Continue reading

Inspiring City Podcasts

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Podcast interviews with artists from the street and urban art scenes

Street Art duo Clandestinos paint shipping containers on the Haggerston Riviera

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Shipping containers on the Regents Canal in Haggerston have received a makeover courtesy of art duo Clandestinos.  The riviera as it is known to the locals is just a short walk from Haggerston… Continue reading

Much anticipated Fanakapan solo show launches at BSMT Space in Dalston

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There’s not many shows where you actually guarantee the level of interest will be so high that the guest list books out and anyone who is anyone will want to get along to… Continue reading

Street Artists turn Dalstons newest BSMT Gallery into a black and white collaborative extravaganza

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Some of the East End’s best known street artists came together over the last week to cover Dalston’s BSMT gallery in lines, lots of lines. Locals Captain Kris, Obit, The Real Dill and… Continue reading