Bailon & Sliks ‘Naturally Unstable’ Exhibition At The Hoxton Gallery

Last night Brazilain artists Bailon & Sliks ‘Naturally Unstable‘ Exhibition opened at the Hoxton Gallery for four days only. The pair, previous visitors to London’s Street Art scene are ove for a brief visit where they will be hitting up a few walls around London and have laid out in a pop-up exhibition a ‘Brazilian urban art show’, which brings together two contrasting and juxtaposing styles and techniques. Bailon’s warm and vibrant nature inspired pieces, with a predilection to painting water birds, will be presented alongside fellow Brazilian artist Sliks, who’s work is known for his abstract painting style.

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Work from Bailon on hanging fabric.

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Striking piece from Bailon.

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Abstract work from Sliks.

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Abstract work from Sliks.

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Lovely piece from Sliks, our favourite of his contribution to the exhibition.

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Lovely pair of works from Bailon, adopting a more jungle style setting, and painted on stretched fabric.

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Work from Bailon.

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Detail of work from Bailon.

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Work from Bailon.

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Grey-scale work from Sliks.

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Work from Sliks.

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Exceptionally striking and vibrant trio of works from Bailon, the stand out pieces of the show.

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Beautiful colour palette in this striking work from Bailon.

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Detail of work from Bailon.

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Detail of work from Bailon.

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Work from Bailon.

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Work-in-progress live painting from Bailon, Sliks & Cranio, making for a trio of Brazilian Street Art talent.

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Great fusion of styles with Sliks abstract background pattern, Bailon’s delightful bird & Cranio’s trademark cartoon Brazilian Tribesman character up to no good.

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Cranio’s cheeky addition to the piece. Always love his characters.

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The exhibition only runs until Monday night, so if you can head along, definitely worth the visit, a very good exhibition indeed.

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