Super A is the alter ego of the highly talented Dutch artist Stefan Thelen. After graduating from the Graphic Lyceum in Rotterdam, he evolved as an artist and is now considered as one of the top street artists in the Netherlands. Super A showed his works several times in GO Gallery. One of the American cheerleaders is on display at GO Gallery's 'Grande Finale' exhibition on 13 May, till the end of June. @mr.super_a
'The Golden Horns of Industry' is Rhamsey Kuijper's contribution to the 'Grande Finale', our last exhibition on Prinsengracht 64. Rhamsey has been showing his work in GO GAllery since 2013. He became really famous with his 'Boogieman Hunters'. @nohablalogica
Hugo Kaagman told me: 'Winnetou is my hero, I always wanted to be a Red Indian'. I'm really happy he became one of the biggest Dutch graffiti heroes. This painting, "Winnetou", 100x85 cm, is his contribution to our
Joining the rarefied $100 million-plus club in a salesroom punctuated by periodic gasps from the crowd, Jean-Michel Basquiat’s powerful 1982 painting of a skull brought $110.5 million at Sotheby’s, to become the sixth most expensive work ever sold at auction. Only 10 other works have broken the $100 million mark.
In 2008 Pleasant showed his solo exhibition at GO Gallery, besides taking part in various group shows. This show, 'Suspended Thoughts' was unique in it's kind. All the artworks were hung from the ceiling throughout the gallery. His latest artwork, 'A Plagerised Piet..... don't write on the back', is on display in the Grande Finale until the end of June.
Look, what a great artwork we got from Shepard Fairey again! 'Decoding Disinformation' (Cream), 2015, edition 3/6. It's a screen print and collage on wood, so actually it's pretty original! The size is 18'x24'. Shepard Fairey showed his work in the GO Gallery several times before, always together with The London Police.
The exhibition 'Grande Finale' is on display until the end of June.
Portrait of Bob Dylan by Ronnie Wood. In 1998 Ronnie Wood's first exhibition in the Netherlands was at GO Gallery, during the Rolling Stones 'Voodoo Lounge Tour'. For the final exhibition on the Prinsengracht 64 we have a screenprint of
Sitnie, @sit_artist, showed his first solo exhibition in 2008. With 'UNWIRED' Sit showed his deepest feelings on canvasses in this intense exhibition.
Thank you for 'VouzDouz nr 40'. Tomorrow, 3-7 pm. on display at
This new artwork by Davor Smoljan, "FOREVER 64" is an oil painting on 12'x12' reclaimed wooden board, mounted in a deep 19,6'x19,6' frame. It's entirely handmade. Davor Smoljan showed his successful solo exhibition "Scars & Hypes" at GO Gallery in the summer of 2015. The exhibition was a personal tale of influences from contemporary America. Images and stories ranging from cartoon classics, the assassination of JFK and all the way to the modern time decay of 'Neon Las Vegas' all played an important part of that visual storytelling. @smoljandavor
In 2000 Milan Rubelli had a solo exhibition at GO Gallery: Deep Blue, with some big amazing paintings about the underwater world. This oil painting with 2 whales and a diver, only measures 18x24 cm, and still spectacular.
After 20 years, 200 exhibitions and lots of beautiful artworks, GO Gallery is moving to a new location on July 1st 2017. The "GRANDE FINALE" will take place on 13 May, 3-7 pm. During this exhibition we will showcase 80 artists that we have worked with during the past 20 years. Our new home will be on Marnixstraat 127, a 9 minutes walk from Prinsengracht 64
"Violet", painting by Margret Mijsbergh for the upcoming GO Gallery exhibition