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Opening Night: 10 Year Anniversary Show at White Walls

Adjoined art spaces White Walls and Shooting Gallery celebrated a decade as purveyors of contemporary art last week with their 10 Year Anniversary group show. Featuring a huge array of artworks from international artists working in street art, sculpture, pop surrealism and beyond, the extensive group show offered a generous visual feast with work by Herakut, Robert Williams, Gregory Euclide (HF Vol. 17), DAL East, Casey Gray, Faith47 and much more. Take a look at our exclusive opening night photos after the jump and check out the show before it closes on April 6.

Gregory Euclide

Adjoined art spaces White Walls and Shooting Gallery celebrated a decade as purveyors of contemporary art last week with their 10 Year Anniversary group show. Featuring a huge array of artworks from international artists working in street art, sculpture, pop surrealism and beyond, the extensive group show offered a generous visual feast with work by Herakut, Robert Williams, Gregory Euclide (HF Vol. 17), DAL East, Casey Gray, Faith47 and much more. Take a look at our exclusive opening night photos below and check out the show before it closes on April 6.

Gregory Euclide

Robert Williams

Photographer/filmmaker Colin M. Day and artist Chad Hasegawa

Niels “Shoe” Meulman

DAL East

Jet Martinez

Artist Lauren Napolitano with curator Justin Giarla in front of Lauren’s work

Russell Young with his work

Helen Bayly with her work

Joshua Petker with work from his solo show in Shooting Gallery’s project space

Robert Christian Malmberg taking a collodion portrait to preview his pop-up studio in the gallery

Max Rippon (RIPO) with his work for his solo show in White Walls’ project space

Herakut

Faith47

Casey Gray

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