“Letters from America” invades London

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SABER

Just in time for the Summer 2012 Olympic Games, Corey Helford Gallery is bringing American street art veterans to London for “Letters from America,” a series of installations at the London Pleasure Gardens that will culminate in an art show at Black Rat Gallery on July 4.

L.A. graffiti artist RISK, infamous street artist Ron English and the collective TrustoCorp will wreaking havoc in the gardens, which will serve as the gateway to the Olympics. While RISK will be covering a van and the nose of a military bomber aircraft with his bright, abstract graffiti, Ron English will paint a custom billboard and TrustoCorp will create satirical signs and murals that parody advertisements. Then, RISK, English, TrustoCorp and SABER will unveil their show at renowned street art gallery Black Rat Gallery, where the four artists mix art and politics as we reflect upon our nation on Independence Day.

RISK installation, photo by Butterfly

RISK installation

Ron English

Ron English mural

Ron English mural detail

TrustoCorp mural

SABER

RISK

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