Incredible London Graffiti artist Opake One launches new collection at Reem Gallery

Opake One is a London based graffiti artist that has been practicing graffiti art since the age of 13. Over time, he has developed a distinct painting technique and combines both illustrative images with elements of graffiti to create a new and exciting body of work.

All Opake's works are original, mixed-media artworks on board, that have been hand-drawn and finished in resin.

Prices start from £700. Click here to view the full collection now.

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The Rebel Bear joins Reem Gallery for a new adventure!

🎬 Allow us to introduce you all to our new gallery artist: The Rebel Bear!

The Rebel Bear (trb) has been referred to as “Scotland’s Banksy” on many occasions in the media. To date, his work has been featured in The Guardian, The Herald, The Daily Record, The Sun, Glasgow Evening Times and Glasgow Live. The Rebel Bear’s new collection will debut at the Newbury Contemporary Art Fair in May... but for now here’s a peak of what two expect from our new furry friend.

⚡️NEW & NOW ⚡️ The latest releases, new artist signings and events from the gallery!

MY RAMPAGE IS OVER
9 colour screenprint with varnish overlay by the one and only David Shrigley.
Measuring 21.65" x 29.53" inches, (55 cm x 75 cm), unframed. Available at £1500.
View the collection here.


Delve into the Nightmare Series of British urban artist Pure Evil this February with a splash of colour and glamour from £200 for silkscreen signed limited editions… view the full collection here.


CRAIG DAVISON x REEM GALLERY
'Rebel Without a Pause' collection available now. View the full collection here.



'OPTIC' now available from Katy Jade Dobson - we are down to our very last couple of editions following the end of January release. Available to purchase online and in the gallery now at £395. Click here for further details.


A Florentine Adventure with Street Artist Clet Abraham

Florence you are a beauty! Here’s a small selection of one of our favourite street artists: Clet Abraham! ⛔️

We are particularly fans of Clet’s artwork because of his ability to engage with an already existing design and then go ahead and create something completely new and original from it. Often ‘simple concepts’ that make you think “ah I could have done that” (then why didn’t you?) are the most ingenious; because we really couldn’t have, that’s why they’re the artists. Clet’s street signs also demonstrate the fun that exists in a world that often takes itself far too seriously and they can’t help but make you smile when you come across them. Enjoy!