Urban Art is an active art form in Germany and Poland. The founders of Urban Art are Marek Pisarsky and Anne Peschken. They have collaborated on various artistic and curatorial projects since 1988. Urban Art Galleries are few since the art form is still in its emerging stage. Given below is an overview of a few galleries of Urban Art.
Urban Art Online:
Urban Art Online is a website. It is an online gallery that showcases urban art and also sells urban art works. The online gallery has art by contemporary painters. The range of art varies from abstract to figurative, semi abstract and illustrative works. Apart from these, the site also includes photographs and landscapes based on principles of urban art. Many of the artists featured on Urban Art Online have held exhibitions in South London's annual Urban Art Festival.
Monkdogz Urban Art Inc:
The Monkdogz Urban Art gallery is located on 547 West 27 Street New York. It is a promising new gallery and has innovative and unpredictable exhibitions. The gallery is open on Tuesday to Saturday from 11:00 a.m to 6:00 p.m. The directors of the gallery are Bob Hogge and Marian Hadley. Artists featured at the Monkdogz Urban Art Inc are from all over the world. Artist list includes well known names like Noel Dorado, Sebastian Aurillon, Richard Milo, Jean Marc Calvet, Charles Schindler and Paul Rousso.
Culture Cache Gallery:
The Culture Cache Gallery is a Gallery of urban art in San Francisco. It was initially a website dedicated to the emerging artists in Unique Bay. It was started in March 1999. A year later, a concrete gallery was opened in the Industrial Mission District of San Francisco. The present location on the corner of 17th and Bryant Street was obtained in 2002. The paintings featured in culture cache reflect the vibrant energy of street culture. The gallery is open from Thursday to Sunday from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. The gallery features works of modern artists including Andrew Schoultz, Alicia McCarthy, Alvin Gregorio and Jeff Roysdon.