Do you have plans on the 3rd of August? If not, great, now you do. Quaker Street will be hosting our second private view event, where French visual artist Thirsty Bstrd will be exhibiting his work.
Thirsty Bstrd uses a variety of techniques such as sprays, stencils, stickers and videos to convey the message of his artwork. Much of it is based on making satirical comments about society, politics and consumerism. Using popular images and powerful symbols along with provocative statements and paradoxical pictures, the French artist can provoke and generate emotions from audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Art is renowned for making people feel emotions and question society, and Thirsty Bstrd’s work does just this. Making you laugh with unique visual art that also holds a deeper philosophical meaning that will leave you questioning aspects of society. His artwork – from stencils to stickers can be seen by a worldwide audience in streets.
The Juicy exhibition itself will feature a selection of new artworks by Thirsty Bstrd, made of small formats containing some of his most iconic characters. For any more information, you will have to come and see the exhibition yourself.
Quaker Street is extremely excited to be collaborating with an artist like Thirsty Bstrd, who has work featured in solo and group shows all around the world. From the culture capital of Paris to USA to Singapore, so make sure you come down and see the show! And the exhibition to quench your thirst for art (or coffee).
The exhibition is already getting rave reviews from sheer anticipation already: “Don’t miss the best exhibition in London this Summer” Joseph Martin – some guy we just invented