New Elms Lesters Street Art Show

Artwork by Dutch artist Delta
A selection of some of the best known street artists – including Delta, Futura, Adam Neate, Space Invader and Stash – are set to exhibit work at London’s Elms Lesters gallery in central London…

Delta exhibit from Small, Medium and Large show
Artwork by Dutch artist Delta

A selection of some of the best known street artists – including Delta, Futura, Adam Neate, Space Invader and Stash – are set to exhibit work at London’s Elms Lesters gallery in central London.

The exhibition, called Small, Medium and Large opens this friday and will show three pieces of work from each of the twelve exhibiting artists: one small, one medium and one large, plus a small object for display in a cabinet or on a plinth.

Artists exhibiting:
Adam Neate, Anthony Lister, Dalek, Delta, Futura, José Parlá, Mark Dean Veca, Phil Frost, Ron English, Space Invader, Stash and WK Interact.

Anthony Lister image from Small, Medium and Large
Artwork by Anthony Lister

Dalek image from Small, Medium and Large
by Dalek

Mark Dean Veca image from Small, Medium and Large
by Mark Dean Veca

Small, Medium and Large will run from October 5 – November 10th at the Elms Lester Painting Rooms, 1-3-5 Flitcroft Street, London WC2. Open Tuesday-Saturday 12pm-6pm. Thursdays until 9pm. Free entry

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