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Broken Fingaz Crew at Shop 13, The Old Truman Brewery

April 20, 2012 by Georgia

Old Truman Brewery
15 Hanbury Street, E1 6QR London
Until 29.04.12 - Open daily 12pm - 6pm

Tonight will see the opening of Crazy Eye Hotel, the first major UK show by Broken Fingaz Crew, an incredible, pioneering, street art collective from Haifa in northern Israel. The crew's native city is a palpable influence on their work, alongside the ephemera of everyday life, 80s horror, comic books and artists such as Schiele and Lautrec to Parra and Mike Giant. BFC's work includes graffiti, graphic design, installation art and music.

As of tonight, they (four gypsies by the names of Deso, Kip, Tant and Unga), will present their work in the shape of a new large-scale, mixed media installation to British audiences in association with the London-based collective NO way. The exhibition, which is sponsored by BI-arts and Cass Art, will open to the public at  6.30pm this evening, and runs until next Sunday, the 29th of April.