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 a very different visual language, the two artists convey a corresponding message about the position of women in society.
The O.D. Gallery cordially invites you to a fresh start, the exhibition 20. 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. We’re also introducing some new artists the gallery is looking forward to work with in the coming years.
January 25 – March 22
The O.D. Gallery cordially invites you to the exhibition Lettersoup.
The first type and lettering exhibition by a group of designers/artists/craftsmen and friends who share a studio based in the eastern part of Amsterdam since 2016.
The O.D Gallery is proud to present its second partnership with Portuguese cultural foundation LAC that is known for its collaborations with renowned international street artists, often before they are known by a larger audience. Together we created an exhibition with a wide variety of artworks by the street artists of the future.
September 14 – November 9
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. This exhibition also features Tono Radvany’s latest project The Reflectionist; images created over the last 20 years.
July 13 – September 1
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.
24 May – 7 July 2019