BEYOND THE STREETS is the premier exhibition of graffiti, street art and beyond (BTS) curated by author and historian Roger Gastman. Celebrating the soaring heights to which the world’s most recognizable modern art movement has risen. BEYOND THE STREETS is a groundbreaking multimedia showcase of paintings, sculpture, photography, installations and more throughout 40,000+ sq ft of industrial indoor and outdoor space in Los Angeles, California. .
The exhibition of graffiti, street art, and beyond, celebrates the soaring heights to which the world’s most recognizable modern art movement has risen. On show will be original works from SHEPARD FAIREY, JASON REVOK, RETNA, LADY PINK, DASH SNOW, GUERRILLA GIRLS, BARRY McGEE, CHAZ, LEE QUIÑONES, FAILE, SWOON, TAKI 183 plus DENNIS HOPPER, TAKASHI MURAKAMI, AND MANY MORE.
For its inaugural exhibition, adidas Skateboarding and BTS celebrate Los Angeles – a major global epicenter of skateboarding, art and culture, both past and present. Working closely alongside Gastman, adidas Skateboarding collaborated with BTS on the historical re-creation of Venice Beach’s legendary graffiti and skate destination – The Venice Pavilion. A site of deep cultural significance for the brand and city, the fully skateable installation will feature graffiti by iconic writers from the Venice Beach community.
adidas Skateboarding and BTS will deliver an exciting program of activities comprised of events, workshops, and more throughout its two month-long residency. Guests can also expect to be first-in-line to witness the reveal of a limited-edition footwear collaboration with the world renowned street artist Shepard Fairey, as well as an official adidas Skateboarding x BTS capsule collection – Mark Maker / Rule Breaker – featuring custom designs by some of the scenes’ most acclaimed artists.
All proceeds from the capsule will benefit STOKED Mentoring, the non-profit group empowering and supporting youth through mentorship and action sports. Both adidas Skateboarding and STOKED will host educational workshops throughout the duration of the exhibition for inner-city LA youth.
Tuesday – Sunday 12-7pm.
1667 N Main St.
Los Angeles, CA . 90012