"UK Street Art Print Nite" at Corey Helford Gallery this Saturday

Street Art // Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011
Corey Helford Gallery in LA is opening a new exhibition this Saturday (Feb 26), UK Street Art Print Nite, featuring a selection of fine art prints from various street artists based in England. Some of the artists featured include D*Face, Nick Walker, EINE, Dan Baldwin, Zeus, Will Barras, and Word To Mother.

Here is the full rundown from Corey Helford:

On February 26, Corey Helford Gallery is pleased to present “UK Street Art Print Nite”, a selection of fine art prints from the streets of England. For this unique two-week event in the upstairs gallery, Corey Helford has curated a selection of rare and limited-edition prints by some of the most celebrated artists from the UK’s Street Art movement, including D*Face, Nick Walker, EINE, Dan Baldwin, Zeus, Will Barras and Word To Mother.  

An accessible way to start collecting the UK street art scene, Corey Helford Gallery will offer an exclusive look at a selection of work from some of the top street artists in the UK. The collection will be on view and available for sale, and it includes early classics and APs directly from the artists, giving collectors an opportunity to locate hard-to-find examples of their work. With the UK street art movement exploding worldwide, from Banksy’s Oscar-nominated film
Exit Through the Gift Shop to EINE’s artwork featured in the Obamas’ White House art collection, the growing importance and visibility of this genre is making history.

The reception for “UK Street Art Print Nite” will be an intimate gallery evening with refreshments served. Open to the public, “UK Street Art Print Nite” will take place on Saturday, February 26 from 7 to 10pm, and the show will be on view until March 12, 2011.


D*Face (as well as the lead image):

Nick Walker (bottom as well):


UK Street Art Print Nite
February 26—March 12, 2011
Opening reception February 26, 7—10pm

Corey Helford Gallery
Culver City, California


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