Chrom.Art invited me to exhibit at their brand new gallery on Kingsland Road, Dalston. The inaugural exhibition was a risk, a dangerous proposition. 2020 was a difficult year for so many reasons, not least, the Global Pandemic reeking havoc on the high streets of the United Kingdom. I had spent a large part of the Lockdown producing new works, learning new techniques and practicing styles on these new paintings. This body of work represents a milestone in my development, aided by time and boredom and a necessity to create something meaningful in this difficult time.
A 10 year endofhteline retrospective @ the londonewcastle project space : Redchurch Street, SHoreditch
In 2016 EndoftheLine took over the huge LondoNewcastle Project space on Redchurch street with Neverended. The retrospective exhibition showcasing a curated collection of over 200 pieces by internationally acclaimed graffiti and street artists from the EndoftheLine and Rockwell House private collection.
The extensive showcase provided a unique setting which during it's two month run played host to music videos, special Sofar Sounds showcase and the ever popular Rockwell House Life Drawing art classes.
white canvas project
the collaborative edition of white canvas working with supreme being
EndoftheLine collaborated with the founder of clothing brand 'SupremeBeing' Dave Newman to create two street art exhibitions on upcycled furniture in aid of homeless charity Emmaus Cambridge, A charity that provides support for those who have experienced homelessness.
the first location art production project created on upcycled furniture and artifacts from
The concept of the art event was to produce unique artworks on upcycled furniture and artifacts, they would provide a white canvas for the artists, the results would be printed onto tee-shirts produced by Supremebeing with proceeds going to Emmaus.
For the first collaborative show EndoftheLine hosted the exhibition within a raw and epic warehouse on Great Eastern Street directly off the Shoreditch Triangle with 4 huge street canvases that featured artwork by David Walker, Sheone, Will Barras and Jim Vision.