Street Art Inspired by Japanese Culture – Hush

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Hush is a famous street artist who is inspired by Japanese culture. You can recognize manga-style elements and above all the figure of the geisha. He is living and working in the UK. He has been featured in several publications including Street Knowledge (Harper Collins) and The Street Art Stencil Book (Laurence King Publishing), Huck magazine, Art Monthly and London’s newspaper, The Independent (where he was recognized in their list of the “Top 20 Up and Coming Artists”). In 2010 Hush will release a series of snowboards with Burton and a series of commissions with Mitsibushi Securities Bank in London as well as exhibit with the Portsmouth Museum of Art (NH). He has exhibited internationally with White Walls Gallery (San Francisco) and New Image Art Gallery (LA) and nationally with SCOPE Art Fair (New York, Miami and Switzerland), Upperplayground (SF), Opus Art Gallery (UK) and Carmichael Gallery of Contemporary Art (Los Angeles). Hush’s 2010 sold-out solo show with The Shooting Gallery (White Wall’s sister gallery) in San Francisco. In 2011 Hush will launch his new installation program and exhibition space, onethirty3, in Newcastle, UK.

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Via: Studio Hush

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