The O.D. Gallery cordially invites you to the exhibition Art Vandals
Street art is an art form dominated by men. The O.D. Gallery thinks it’s time to show that there are also female street art artists. On 28 March, we open the duo exhibition Art Vandals, with work by the Canadian artists MissMe and Pony.
In our first exhibition of the new year we look back and forward. Back to last year, by showing some of our favourite artists who exhibited in the gallery. Expect works by the legendary Streetart Frankey and iconic photographs by The lazy hustler Ricky Powell. You’ll also see the familiar faces of amongst others Ottograph, Tono Radvany, Tiago Galo and HNRX.
We’re also introducing some new artists the gallery is looking forward to work with in the coming years: Brazilian artist Andreas Mogle, a group of talented artists who call themselves Collective 416 and Laurens van Gurp.
Opening January 25
The O.D. Gallery & The Rickford Institute of Creative Individualizm present Pro Photos on a Hang*Out Tip! A duo show by Ricky Powell and Tono Radvany.
Born and raised in New York, Ricky Powell took up photography in 1985. He started shooting the downtown club scene and immersed himself in the world of art and hip hop. He joined the Beastie Boys on tour, wrote for renowned magazines, exhibited across the world, published 6 books and collaborated with big brands as he became an artist to be reckoned with.
Opening July 13
In this show you’ll experience a design funhouse by Frank de Ruwe aka Streetart Frankey. This exhibition was created for one reason only: to make you smile. The pieces on show are the embodiment of Frankey’s humorous and unexpected way of thinking. He transforms everyday objects into exciting works of art, always keeping you on your toes.
Opening May 24
After having made abstract work for years, Ottograph decided this year to start making art with a message. ‘Just aesthetics doesn’t do it for me anymore’, he says, ‘I want to change the world, so expect some serious shit’. In this show you’ll see a lot of selfies.
We also introduce Portuguese artist Tiago Galo to the Netherlands. Taking the dog for a walk or going to the supermarket. The banal things in life inspire Tiago. In his head the man in a flannel shirt sitting at the bus stop on a summer day, or the afro perm on the lady at the cafe mean much more than they appear.
OPENING 5 APRIL